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Crazy only knows crazy and Evilonly knows evil. We’re never going to be able to fix this shit because we willnever have laws that Crazy or Evil will follow; plan to follow or even care to follow.
What does this mean for us, the average citizen who’s maybe trying to raise a family or lead a productive life? Well, for me, it means I’m going to work even harder to realize my goals. And I’m not going to let pus-bags stop me from living my life by second guessing where they’ll strike next. If I were to do that, then the enemy pus-bag wins.
I want to be the good I wish to see in the world. Based off all the video coverage I’ve seen from Orlando of all the people who helped or lined up to give blood, I think there are more people who agree with me than those who don’t. So many times a call to action comes from disaster, despair, and tragedy. We can all make a difference, if we try.
Let’s start small. Our first task is to open our minds to possibility that people who seem “different” from us are not depraved or dangerous because they, in fact do, look or act in a way we consider different. The color of someone’s skin, hair, and eyes has nothing to do with what’s in their hearts. What a person wears or how they look is not a sign of evil. Ideals, hopes and dreams are not wrong, either. Love cannot be wrong.
Lying, cheating, and stealing are wrong. Laziness and apathy is wrong. Murder is wrong. Cowards who murder for their own gain, or in the name of some other entity is an abomination.
Step into someone else’s shoes for a moment before you pass judgment on them. Look at yourself through their eyes. What do they see when they look at you? Will they see hostility? Indifference? Or will they see common decency offered to one human being from another human being? Think about that. That’s the first step.
“Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.” – Romans 12:21
Until next time,
Be Good to Yourself and Others,