As lent approaches, many Christians are (or should be) evaluating themselves in preparation for the Easter celebration. As of late, I have had a constant nagging about the use of my time. Yet, the reason why I dread “wasting” time is the repeated realization that during those hours I could have been “doing something better.” Pushed further, I saw that there dwells within me a constant desire to acquire knowledge. This is not bad in itself, but it does have its risks. Most notable is my desire to “stay on top” of things in various fields. Whether it be related to my studies, sports, or news in general, I want to be “in the know.” But is such knowledge necessary or even valuable? One could argue either way, but I have come to see my thirst for such knowledge to be rooted in a desire for (in Evagrian terms) vainglory and pride (pride here meaning the building up of oneself at the expense of another). So, with the exception of necessary activities related to school and the like, I shall once again be limiting my internet intake to a bare minimum (i.e., bye bye, blog). During that time while I try to live a more simple life, I hope to meditate on this idea: is holiness relevant?