Good Morning, everyone. I hope your weekend was fruitful.
This morning while checking my daughter’s backpack I came across her bible verse for this week.
It got me thinking. I know we all have questioned one time or another, events that have happened close to us, and sometimes not so close.
I believe this verse should get you in the right direction to the answers you seek.
Enjoy your Monday. Remember to think positive. All things happen for a reason.
We may not like the answers we seek, but the truth never lies.
I give you some examples:
What really concern me is the hatred we have for one another. I really truly understand we can not like everything. We are all different. That is the way we were made. When I took Logic in college, the first thing I learned was to differentiate between an opinion, a fact, and a hasty generalization.
In my opinion, I believe that is how the world sees itself. The world like to hastily generalize everything it sees. If you are not in agreement with an action, you have a problem. You are ignorant, and if you get offended you react with anger instead of finding a hospitable solution to the situation at hand.
There is too much hate in this world. Everyone hates everyone. No want to understand or see the other person point of view. No one wants to validate the reason. Everyone wants to be right and nobody wants to be wrong.
Everyone wants to be called an “American”, but no one knows what the real meaning of being an American is. And let me give you a hint, it has nothing to do, with the colored of your skin, your religious belief, the political party you are affiliated with.
Being an American, it’s accepting change, diversity, freedom from opposition. Is unity, compassion, equal representation, is the knowledge of acceptance we are the people, we are one nation, we are all American. No one is less or superior to anybody. This is a great melting pot of people of different cultures, sharing, embracing their knowledge for the greater good of humanity.
“Sorry, If I offended anyone today. I was just exercising my right of freedom of speech.”
The Poor American