Since Facebook went haywire yesterday under the guise of making things easier -- ever notice how everything that makes things harder is sold to you as a way to make things easier? -- reactions have been split. In the majority are those, including yours truly, who hate the user-unfriendly new design and want it to change back to the way it was. But there's a vocal minority whose response can be summed up as "It's a free service and you don't have to use it, so they can do whatever they want. Now quit your bellyaching."
It strikes me that there's something a little lacking in that idea of "service." As annoying as all this has been, perhaps there's a lesson in it -- especially for us Christians, who are supposed to be all about serving our fellow man. May we never get to a point where we say things like this: "Yes, I know I brought you food to which you're severely allergic, and that your kids won't eat, and I brought it to your front door at 1 in the morning, and you fell down the stairs in the dark and sprained your ankle while rushing to answer the doorbell so that no one else would wake up, but this is how I'm serving you, so shut up and be grateful!"