Daily Prompt: Ten Things That I Believe

The liberal mindset and reasoning behind the way the mainstream media pretends to promote our collective beliefs is completely dishonest. We all know the effect that celebrities and stardom have on the average young person so the media uses their voices as a way to sway those who don’t know any better to specific agendas using them as a way to spread their ideology to indoctrinate and pervert the unsuspecting mind.

This effect is not debatable because we all know what the power of repetition does to the human mind.   A sort of “auto-suggestion” that causes them to go along with whatever is being said. You would have to be able to recognize what is going on to “block” and fight against their will over yours. If this were not so, they would not have something called “commercials” corporations pay big bucks to flood the airways with.

  1. We need to start obeying God’s Commandments or Word over man’s word. We need to put back the words of God into our public buildings and take away the voice of unrighteous men from all areas of our lives.
  1. We need to realize that when we claim to resent the intrusion of religion “controlling us” in favor of the control another man has over our mind, we might need to wake up fast, especially when that control is bad for us.
  1. We need to see that there are many forms of bullying and a group that claims to be against it, but believes a mother murdering her own child is a personal choice or someone who abuses others that do not accept their beliefs is acceptable, makes them hypocritical beyond belief.
  1. We need to know that our personal belief is just that and no one group or person has the right to force their opinions on others, especially when they do not want it done to them.   Again hypocritical bullying and maybe a little insane.
  1. If you live in a country, you must believe in that country’s basic belief system or it defeats the purpose for you to live there in the first place. You might want to find another place to live if you cannot support the country that supports you.
  1. There are too many people demanding too many things that are not only offensive to the majority, but they are completely unreasonable. These people need to be made to grow up, get the mental health help they really need or keep it to themselves.
  1. No group of people, minority or otherwise, should ever be able to behave in a consistently racist or offensive way and expect to be accepted or taken seriously by others. No group that means to offend and harm others should be tolerated, no matter what false rhetoric they use to back up their action.   Most can recognize the truth. No person or group that preaches hate and murder should ever be taken seriously. They should be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law to prevent this kind of behavior from becoming more prevalent.
  1. Expect the best from people and they usually don’t disappoint. I believe in “tough love.” I have seen so many people fail when others allow them to by making excuses for them and making them weak. If you really love someone, you want them to be independent and will show them they can do better, because we all can if we put forth the effort and believe in ourselves.
  1. Treat other people, as you wish to be treated yourself. Don’t condemn others for doing the same things you do or for not being perfect.   No one is perfect.
  1. Attitude is everything and you will never succeed with a negative or a bad one. Don’t let other people’s treatment of you now or in the past, define you. You know what you are and you know your capabilities and limitations. It’s OK to allow yourself to fail once in a while or rest when things get too crazy. Always be kind to yourself because in the end you are really all you have. You were born with you and will die with you, so learn to love and forgive yourself for being the human you were born to be.

God bless and peace be with everyone.

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Daily Prompt: Finite Creatures All

I don’t remember how old I was when a conversation I was having with my mother led me to the understanding that everyone dies.  I had thought that it was just random other people.  Initially I was told that only old people die and not to worry about it until my neighbors baby drowned in the bathtub when I was about 11 and I realized death can happen at any age.

When my brother, who was almost murdered in 2012, found out as a child that everyone had to die, he said something very profound; “What a waste of people!”

The fact that we do all have to die shows just how precious life is.  It’s impossible to hang on to even if you try so why would anyone make it harder for someone to do just that?

Anyone that can lay life to waste, like the flushing of a toilet, shows the world how stupid, evil and useless they really are.  They don’t have the intellect or wisdom to think of life as the sacred miracle it is.  Those are truly the dangerous ones.  The one’s whose life, and not death, are the waste.

Many kill, but how many do you know that can actually heal?

This is why I love the stories of Christ when He lived.  What he did for others physically and spiritually.  We don’t really stand a chance and yet Jesus tells us to believe.  I reason that since I know other things that Christ taught were factual, then it would stand to reason everything He said was indeed the truth.

We may leave this world behind one day, but some of us have the chance to live eternally in the spirit with God.

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LOOK PAST YOUR PAST

You cannot move forward, looking behind.

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Most of my life has been spent in poverty yet I can’t remember a time that I grieved about doing without various things.  I had too many other things to worry about that had nothing to do with money.  I have never been materialistic, thank God.  I sometimes think this was an inner survival tactic.  I would have driven myself even crazier if I became angry or frustrated about anything material that I lacked as well as love.  This may be why I spent most of my childhood immersed in books so I could escape as much as possible. 

I do think that I really am not materialistic by nature because “things” do not mean much to me and as soon as I have anything extra, I give it away and don’t miss it, much like love, not that I have had that much experience with it.  I have always worked very hard to survive and never give up the hope for things to get better for myself, my family and for God’s people in the world.  The world itself will never change. 

I have been called a “goody-two-shoes” which is supposed to be a put-down that I take as a compliment.  “Thank you!”  I know I will always take the high road.  I was once told by a rather snotty co-worker while trying to help someone that I “can’t save the whole world,” whatever that meant.  A bit blown out of proportion, but I was thinking “you don’t know the glory of God, do you?  You can’t even begin to imagine what I am capable of in faith!”  It’s hard to work with lazy haters when you are a conscientious child of God. 

I plan on being more specific in the future regarding life, the choices you make and the times when you don’t get to choose.  Take care, God bless and may peace be with you.

Important Things to Think About Two

  1. You only live once.  You cannot change the past but you can do something about the future if you believe that you can.

  2. For the most part, there is nothing that most people cannot do if they put their mind to it.

  3. We now live in a falsely polite and controlled society where our controllers, the media, the government and various self-proclaimed experts tell us what to do.  Exactly how we should think, react and feel about everything.

  4. I really believe that most people no longer know how to be genuine to their gut feelings and that is part of the plan.  Either that or the people in charge really are not very bright.

  5. People usually feel what they feel for a reason.  Feelings come naturally and cannot constantly be denied because, if you are mentally healthy, they are trying to tell something.

  6. There’s a difference between being “politically correct” and using tact and diplomacy but still being true to yourself when dealing with others.  Blind political correctness leads to anger and frustration.  Genuinely caring about another’s feelings before speaking does not, even if you do not agree with them.

  7. Children are supposed to be taught self-control as they are growing up so that they may fit in to a civilized society.  This is part of the maturation process. Civility does not come naturally.

  8. Since the beginning of civilizations, people were taught how to police themselves by being taught specific moral values.  They did not need men with guns controlling them in their own society.  The only men with guns most knew were their enemies.

  9. Think of others besides yourself in all aspects of your life.

  10. Most of man’s problems come when they lose their connection to God, the creator and author of all life on the planet.