I found myself struggling to sleep with the commotion and I thought, "Why can't she fix this problem faster?"
I of course questioned this entitled mindset in myself and had a moment of inspiration that I was projecting on my wife expectations that only God could have met.
I realized that if I was doing it while sleeping, that I was probably doing it at other times also.
The next day after thinking about it, I pondered aloud with Robin what had happened to me, and if it were possible that everyone was projecting on their spouse their thoughts/expectations about God.
We talked for a while about it as we hiked on the Appalachian Trail in southwest Virginia including my good friend John in the discussion. We could find no overt evidence that it couldn't be possible, but we found lots of assumptions and implications of the theory could be extremely helpful in understanding people and their relationships.
I will expound more on this in future posts. Let me know what you think!