It was the worst experience Ivy and Sam had ever had at the cinema. First, a tall man blocked Ivy’s vision from the screen which irritated her.
‘I can’t see! Let’s change our seats’, she grumbled.
So they changed seats. But then there was some disturbing crunching sound with loud and noisy laughters. The pair of little lovers next to them was eating pop corns rudely and chatting loudly as if there was no one around.
‘I can’t hear,let’s change seats.’ Ivy complained, face reddening.
So they changed seats again. But as they sat down they heard an annoying voice, laughing, shouting out dirty words and grumbling about his job.
Ivy really couldn’t stand. All of a sudden, an idea pop up in her mind.
‘he,Sam,’ she said loudly as she blinded to Sam,’ what did you have for dinner today?’
‘oh, I had Italian food tonight. I ate pizza, spaghetti with chessy meatball and…’
‘hey,’ the man sitting who was talking on the phone interrupted,’ Do you mind lowering your voice, we’re in the cinema watching the movie!’
‘Well, look who’s talking, do you think you have the right to scold to us?’ asked Ivy.
After that, Ivy and Sam enjoy the movie in entire silence.
1 Corinthians 13: 1 & 13
If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels, but have not love, I am only a resounding gong or a clanging cymbal.
And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.