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THANKSGIVING?

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THANKSGIVING?

As most know, Thanksgiving got off to a pretty rough start; there was blood, a population decimated, and someone’s head ending up on the end of a stake. After all the shenanigans people were finally able to sit down as a family, eat delicious food, watch parades, some even traveled.

As for me, I have a love it or hate it relationship with Thanksgiving. For instance, I have noticed it’s a lot earlier to forgive family when the food is good and your belly full, but it may be a trap, I was told when the Indians invited everyone over for dinner, after dessert their guest killed them all and then stole their land. That was not a good look for any affair.

Still, I can’t think of a better time than Thanksgiving to tell yourself some lies out in the open, for instance, while eating dinner you announce you’re going to start a new diet after this Thanksgiving Feast, only to be caught struggling to carry five containers of food to the car.

I love Chicken Fingers it’s one of my favorite foods, but it’s one of the foods not allowed simply because it’s Thanksgiving. It is said to be Socially Unacceptable. Who made that up, and who would have thought Chicken Fingers would get the boot? The thing is, some things seem to be insignificant when you have them, they only become important when you need or don’t have them.

Just so you know, this year’s dinner may be at the home of another, so start by being thankful to the host.

Here we go, I hate being the bearer of bad news, but the average American gains 7 pounds between Thanksgiving and New Years.

In my opinion, Thanksgiving is all about giving thanks, so I believe If you are not thankful for what you already have, it’s hard for me to believe you will be thankful for what you’re going to get in the future.

I didn’t forget about Football, and I certainly haven’t forgotten the closer we get to Thanksgiving the more it feels like Christmas, because of a bombardment of Yule Tide advertising.

Everyone has their quirts including me, so if you don’t have Cranberry Sauce in any form, dinner is ruined for me. But just for the record, I bring a couple of cans just in case. Personally, all I want is the Ham, Dressing, Potato Salad, and of course the Cranberry Sauce.

As most know Thanksgiving is going to be very different this year, including some of us giving Virtual Hugs, and some not at all, because of The Pandemic, like the one that is washing over the World called COVID-19. But I am confident that most of us will manage to connect to family, friends, and others, although it will be a real challenge. I can’t tell you what to do, but for the safety of those you love, and a few maybe not so much, wear a mask.

With all of the complaining I just did, I really am thankful for every minute of every day. You?

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Posted by on November 19, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

MONEY, MONEY, MONEY?

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MONEY, MONEY, MONEY?

No man can serve two masters: For either he will hate one and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon (money) Matthew 6:24 KJ.

They say people will do just about anything for money, I say they’re right. Some will go to unimaginable lengths for money. OnePoll.com surveyed 1,000 people to find out just how far some would go for that paper gold?

The survey asked, Would you fake your own death?

According to OnePoll, and my two cents, I don’t know, but you may be able to fake it if you can hide it from your enemies, coupled with keeping your mouth shut while people are confused about your whereabouts, along with your business dealings being kept secret; only then you may be able to breathe freely. GOOD LUCK!

15% said they would fake death for $100 million. What?

Did you know, faking your own death is illegal, plus it requires a considerable amount of work coupled with it’s expensive whether you get the 100 Million or not? Why would you do that?

6% would murder for $1 Billion. Would you?

Most know the wages of sin is death, and it is forbidden to kill. Then Jesus said, beware guard against every kind of greed. Life is not measured by how much you own Luke 12:15 KJV.

10% would enter a sham marriage for $100 Thousand.

That’s a lot of money, but there are reasons such as gaining citizenship, ground rules for a required position or situation. What matters are you. Plus, it sounds like another type of Slavery to me.

PollOne.com also offered a list of 10 Awful Things We Do For Money, starting with10% some would shoplift for $1,00000. In most states, the penalty for shoplifting is 1 year in jail and or a $500 fine. Is it worth it?

10% would perform a sex act with a stranger for $100,000. As for me, that is not enough money for the likes of Chlamydia, Gonorrhea, HIV/AIDS, Genital Herpes, and more. These diseases will eat your $100,000, and you may die.

10% would do amateur porn for $1 Million.

Pornography is the undiluted essence of anti-female propaganda. Susan Brownmiller. Gloria Steinem tells us, Rape is the practice, battered women are the practice, and battered children are the practice.

25% would donate sperm or eggs without their parent’s knowledge for $100 Million. I can’t lie about this one, but I couldn’t take the money it would be like selling children?

10% would punch a stranger in the face for $1 Million. I might, but am afraid of going to jail, although 1 million is very convincing, I still believe in Karma. Do you?

20% would flash a stranger for $1 Million. Most of those I know would flash their naked behinds for free. So who would offer a million? Anyone, you know?

10% would commit treason for $1 Billion.

There is nothing good to come out of treason. I’ll pass. The thing is, when it comes to money, you may be the one who becomes the collateral damage. Risky Business, I am a coward.

Be mindful of the gods you serve to get what you want. As far as I know, there is only One. I call him Jesus.

Money isn’t everything but it can buy a bed, but not sleep. It can buy a clock, but no time, it can buy you a book, but not knowledge, it can buy you a position, but not respect. It can buy you medicine, but not health, it can buy you blood, but not life. It can buy you sex, but not love.

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Posted by on November 2, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

HALLOWEEN?

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HALLOWEEN?

Did you know Halloween was a pagan holiday that dates back to well over 2000 years ago in the Celt’s era? The Celts celebrated Halloween at the end of October, which was the beginning of their New Year.

The Celts believed Hallows Eve was when the boundaries between the world of the living and the world of the dead lost its clarity. On that night, the Celts believed the Ghost of the dead returned to earth. To suppress the dead, bonfires burned, throughout the countryside.

By 43 A.D., the Roman Empire conquered the Celtic lands, and the Holiday changed, now, at the end of October, the Romans commemorated the dead. The next day they honored the Roman goddess of fruit and trees. History tells us this what started us bobbing apples, a game that is still practiced today.

The original pagans were followers of an ancient religion that worshiped several gods. Now the word pagan is used to describe someone who doesn’t go to a synagogue, church, or mosque. It also means it’s anyone else’s religion or belief system that rests outside your own.

All Saints’ Day started in May 609 A. D., when the Pope dedicated the Pantheon in Rome to honor all Christians and Martyrs, moving Hallows Eve from May 13th to November 1st to include all the Saints.

This leads to the All Saints’ Day Celebration, which had been called by several names down through the Centuries, including Alholowmesse, which actually means All Saints’ Day. Then the Celtic Religion began to call the holiday All-Hallows Eve, and eventually, Halloween.

When Halloween spread to America, it was limited because of the Protestant belief systems in New England, still, it spreads wildly in the southern colonies like Maryland.

Because of different ethnic groups, the American version of Halloween began to emerge at public events where stories were told about the dead, along with parties that included singing and dance.

In the 19th century, America was experiencing millions of new immigrants, especially the Irish, who helped to popularize Halloween nationally. Americans began dressing up in costumes (something we borrowed from European traditions) on Obtorer 31th by going house to house asking for food and money, hence Trick or Treat.

Did you know? “Although it is unknown precisely where and when the phrase “Trick or Treat” was coined, the custom has been firmly established in America’s popular cultures by1951, when “Trick or Treating” was depicted in the Peanuts Comic Strip. Also, in 1952, Disney produced a cartoon called “Trick or Treat”, featuring Donald Duck and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie.

All Saints’ Day, in the Christian church, is a day to commemorate all the saints, both known and unknown, who have attained heaven. It is celebrated on November 1st in Western churches and on the first Sunday after Pentecost in the Eastern churches. 

Just so you know, it may not be safe to continue Trick or Treating because of today’s unsavory characters. Choose wisely when it comes to allowing your child to participate or not, the consequences relies on your decision.

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Posted by on October 22, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

PLACES TO GO AND THINGS TO SEE?

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PLACES TO GO AND THINGS TO SEE?

The choices made today may have consequences tomorrow. 

I am the eldest of six, and there are only eight years between myself and the baby. Growing up, I always had a baby in my lap doing what babies do. I didn’t complain, it was what it was, although it wasn’t my decision to babysit.  

Even with all those siblings, life was still a dream, we eat together, played in and outdoor games together, but more importantly, we took road trips.

Before I was fifteen years old I had been to New York several times, Alabama, Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Maryland, etc.

While on these road trips, I took full advantage of the adventures. With so many amazing things to see or do that opened my eyes to the world, a world in which I would soon be making decisions for myself.

Did you know The more decisions you are forced to make alone, the more you are aware of your freedom to choose?

In other words, I realized babysitting wasn’t the only thing to look forward to, so getting out of my zip code gave me the best opportunity to experience what else is to be discovered. I realized no place, person or situation was the same; I was ready to explore that possibility. The thing is I wasn’t old enough, but I was coming of age; it wouldn’t be long before high school would be a thing of the past. I needed to be prepared for a new and independent life outside of the home.

The first thing I learned was you just can’t jump up and leave without a plan, underage, and without finances. Oh, but if you are in a hurry, this may help, Do not do the same thing the same way 50 times when it doesn’t work. When you can stop doing that, you may have grown enough to make some decent decisions.

For safety precautions when making those decisions, I suggest you Never base life decisions on advice from people who don’t have to deal with the results.  

I knew life was full of pros and cons, and the safest place was at home still, I wanted to be a part of the outside world, so I decided, what was best for me was not to follow the crowd.  A wise man makes his own decisions, an ignorant man follows public opinion.

I wanted total control of my life, and having a husband and children in or out of wedlock was not for me.

In my day, women were supposed to get married, coupled with doing as they were told; I was determined to make my own decisions about my body and how I would make a living that would allow me to answer to no one. What I learned was Decisions are a reality of life that equates to consequences.

That one sentence started me to wondering, how would I fair in my old age without children, coupled with the decision to never marry. The truth is, I knew the answer; I am not submissive, so having someone rule over me is out of the question. I believed I would have lived a miserable life since I am so happy without ever having a husband and children.

But at age seventeen, I wondered if I could live with that decision fifty years later? I still had to make a decision and live with it. That was the scary part.

Decisions sometimes prove to be very scary, especially when the choice is between where you should be and where you really wanted to be. 

Still, all decisions have consequences, right or wrong, even the well-intended ones. The task is to Remain open to the unfolding of life and let it reveal itself in time. Questions need to be asked, did you think it through, and if you fail, can you live with the decision you made and move on? But more importantly, did you learn anything?

All I am trying to say is you will reap and sow from the decisions you make, just like you will fail and never recover if you fail to adjust.

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Posted by on October 6, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

THE RULES OF LIFE?

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THE RULES OF LIFE?

The first rule of life is actions have consequences, the second is you are the only one responsible for your actions. The thing is, things and actions are what they are, and the consequences of them will be what they will be.

Remember that old saying, we only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough? Just keep in mind life goes on while we are making those plans. And did you know without a life plan, a goal is just a wish, and if you are failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail?

Some people simply say The Hell With It, or Who Cares?

I believe like most people the main goal in life is to have or follow our plan, but for no rhyme or reason, most follow plans created by others. A plan that is based on that person’s lifestyle and his ideas immediately placing your dreams and ambitions on hold. That is if you have any.

In most job settings, we are usually encouraged to use the suggestion box, just be mindful of what you suggest. More than likely others may not be in favor because What glitters for you may not be gold in the eyes of others.

For the record l believe if you are quick to embrace the dreams and the ideologies of others, you are easily deceived.

Positive people can find the exceptions that are woven into all scenarios. Add some common sense, and we may come out unscathed by liars or those trying to steal our individuality, the very thing that distinguishes us from others.

The good news is, the Pinocchio’s and Dream Stealers thoughts and ideals do transmit LIE INDICATORS, here are some scientific signs:

The individual may be sweating or fidgeting, touching the face is sometimes an indicator of deceit. Unable to provide details or a sensible storyline while trying to avoid eye contact. When eyebrows are drawn upwards and toward the middle of the forehead, including dilated pupils, a rise in vocal pitch, and a defensive tone.

Let’s not forget some of our overused phrases such as; trust me, honestly, and to be honest.

But, we must be careful of some set in stone phrases because the mind’s eye is not an accurate source of information, it’s what we choose to believe. I get those gut feelings too, but what we see on the outside may not be who that person is on the inside.

Did you know some rules are not rules at all, they’re guidelines?

In other words, people are not a carbon copy of your impression of them, however real it may seem to you. Looking a certain way is not an indicator of who or what a person represents. It’s simple, the way one look doesn’t mean they will do what you imagined. You are not a Genie.

Most of us have reliable instincts to weed out those that don’t fit (un-trustworthy). Trust your instincts and remember, if it is too good to be true, you are probably right.

The rules of life can be challenging, so I make mine up as I go, except for the ones that are normally acceptable, such as: Stop overthinking, you don’t have to have all the answers all the time, and you are not the author of all the problems in the world.

At some point, we must make peace with our past, so living for today won’t disturb our future. Forgive and let go by accepting who you are now. Things will change if we actively try to limit negativity. Practice deep breathing and meditation in an attempt to build an encouraging environment. Time Heals, so don’t compare your trials and tribulations to what others do or think. The truth is you are an individual and the only one responsible for how you live life.

Some rules are more important than others one of them is, it is none of our business concerning what others think of us. At some point, no matter how right or wrong the Know It All Knows, you and God are the only ones that should be in your business.

Another rule is to be yourself, even Dr. Seuss agrees; he reminds us that Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You!

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Posted by on September 15, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

WICKED FRIENDS CREATE EVIL ENDS?

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WICKED FRIENDS CREATE EVIL ENDS?

The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the evil people, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it. Albert Einstein

The definition of evil is morally reprehensible: sinful, wicked.

Evil is a word that can taint every word that comes behind it. For instance, evil eyes, the evil dead, evil geniuses, evil deeds, men, women, life.

I have been in the world long enough to have been impacted by tyrants, one way or the other, even if it was only a school bully; which can be dangerous also.

Most have survived murderers lurking without our knowledge often by the Grace of God. All we need to realize is evil men seem to be invincible, but in the end, they always fall, and if you are a party to there deeds, they will take you down with them.

We can play the blame game by crying, It wasn’t my fault, or we can do something about our situation. Did you know its man’s own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lured him to evil ways? As a matter of fact, Evil comes from the abuse of free will. C.S. Lewis.

Truly evil people don’t hurt others; They often recruit the least of them to make these dirty deeds possible. Its normal for the devils and devellets in this world to take pride in the pain they inflict others, and of course, it’s always someone else’s fault, leaving that blame to fall on the innocent.

But we still follow some of the worst of the worst, and we know it because of fear.

Fear of the unknown is one such enemy. Another is not having a mind of you’re own.  Some just sit back and hope it all works out.

The fearful are being held back because of fear-mongering thoughts spewed out the mouths of others, and they are too afraid to speak up. Now, not everything or everybody is afraid of what others say, some fear emotions, such as love, decision making, etc.  

Did you know, The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek.

Nelson Mandela tells us, I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

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FEAR?

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FEAR?

The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek. Joseph Campbell

Fear is an unpleasant feeling triggered by the perception of danger, real or imagined. Most will experience this sensation more then a few times if they live long enough.

In most cases, we get our first dose of fear when we realize we have to be vaccinated before entering school for the first time. After that, its all downhill.

We become afraid of the unknown; we fear being held back, we are afraid of changes, love, or lack of, afraid to die, etc. Why? God has not given us a Spirit of Fear.

Some are not afraid of anything, well that’s what they say, some are fearmongers, they are absolutely the worst. It is the spreading of frightening and exaggerated rumors of impending danger to purposely arouse fear to manipulate the public that makes them so deplorable.

When you know trouble is just up the road, what do we do? We prepare or try to avoid it. If we see a pothole in the middle of the road, what do we do? Most attempt to drive around it. But when it comes to fear, we can’t sidestep or avoid it; we have to meet it face to face.

What we can do to face our fears is to mentally and physically prepare to overcome or avoids the things we cannot control, giving us the best chance to live a blessed and successful life, if God is willing.

I know we were not meant to live in fear, especially the fear of dying. What would be the point? For God hath not given us the spirit of fear, but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. 2nd Timothy 1: 7 KJV

I believe the moment we become conscious of our surroundings we have some type of say so or some type of decision we can make concerning that knowledge. We will either fight for control or accept living in fear, which is not the desired choice.

The spirit of fear is meant to control us, but it is our responsibility to not allow it to overpower our mind in an attempt to do that very thing, but if you cannot control that fear it will burn everything around you to the ground and you with it.

If fear has a grip on you, you have to commit and take back what belongs to you, especially the mind and the body, physical things are a little easier to get over, but, no matter how afraid you may be, did you know Self-control is a strength? Right thought is mastery. Calmness is power.

Some know Mastering others is strength, mastering yourself is true power. Therefore, having the ability and confidence to do it is required. I suggest if you are looking for power seek knowledge.

Nelson Mandela tells us, I learned that courage was not the absence of fear, but the triumph over it. The brave man is not he who does not feel afraid, but he who conquers that fear.

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Posted by on August 8, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

BEFORE YOUR TIME?

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BEFORE YOUR TIME?

Did you know thousands of ways to die are lurking at every turn?

Someone told me the heart only has so many beats, so they suggested I not overdo it or welcome any unnecessary risk.  For instance, to die for something someone else caused; a car accident, killed by stray bullets, etc…

Some lives are lost because of a failure to communicate, such as ignoring danger signs when pointed out, having an inability to work with others can and will cause accidents intended or not, but this is just the tip of what could happen if not careful.

It doesn’t take much to cause an early Expiration Date.

The World and the Devil will Kill You, but you don’t have to take my word for it.  Ask yourself how many times have you uttered the words they were taken too soon?

Most of us have rules and certain expectations we place upon ourselves.  Some of us have a do-by-date, we need to do this or that by a certain time or else the cause is a loss.

Sometimes we have a dead-by-action date, that’s when Death announces itself prematurely with freak accidents caused by ignoring safety rules or others, intentional or not.  We can be as healthy as physically possible, have the greatest doctors, and still, Life has an Expiration Date.  

The truth is none of that matters when it comes to the time you have been allocated on this Earth, at least not until God says so.

Knowing that some still think they can control the time of death by sheer will or an overload of vitamins coupled with vigorous workouts.  So why is it after we have done all we can to preserve our bodies we still ignore the other real-life and death threats like The Corona-Virus? 

I believe everything that has breath and things that grow roots has a shelf-life. 

I suggest we live life with exuberance and a healthy dose of caution.   Did you know it’s those dots in the middle that counts, you know, the things that happen between life and death?

In my opinion, young adults’ attitude is, whatever happens, happens.  They pretend nothing bothers them and that they are immune to life unexpected follies.  I call that action a form of self-protection that’s lacking in common sense, a lack of education, and Jesus Christ.

What I mean is, when the young experience a close call, most times they will flip it off under the assumption that it won’t happen again.  This is where I believe they go wrong, because of what happened earlier they don’t take into consideration that incident could resume later on in the day and into tomorrow.

In other words, it is not over until it is over.

I suggest we take whatever happens as lessons to be learned if not, they will return over and over again until they are understood or at least resolved.

Older adults set limits, they understand they can’t help getting older, which happens if you are blessed long enough to live through whatever happens.  They also know you don’t have to be old to die.

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ADAPTABILITY?

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It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.  Leon C. Megginson

Adaptability is a skill that refers to the ability of a person to change his actions, approach, or mind to suit a new situation without any major setbacks.

An adaptable person means you can change your ideas or behavior to deal with new situations.  The two main types of adaptation are physical and behavioral.

An example of adaptability is to look for new ways of handling multiple tasks while tolerating time and remaining composed when dealing with different people or situations.

To survive, we must be adaptable.  We may have to change our minds concerning what we wear, what we eat, where we sleep while staying in tune with the times.  Things are of no value when we are bogged down with the ways of the past including outdated traditions.

We must have adaptable competency to juggle multiple demands and be capable of staying focused on our goals, and can easily adjust how to achieve them.

Being adaptable is not only a good thing, but it is also an exhibition of strength.

I learned to boost my adaptability by changing my thought process.  I let go of the Well, that’s the way I have always done it mentality.  That attitude must change because, without risk, little progress is made.  Be open-minded and encourage others to do the same, but more importantly, embrace learning.

Did you know adaptability increases you’re chances of succeeding?  At times when we experience unpleasant and unexpected situations, being adaptable will ensure you don’t sink with the ship.  To be socially adaptable, you must be a confident, appreciative, and apprehensive optimist.

In my opinion, it is better to change and adapt, then complain and remain the same.  Either you adapt to change or accept the possibility you can be changed by it.

Just so you know, adaptability is the secret of survival.

Some may be incapable of adaptability or pliability?  This shortfall may cause problems because life is so unpredictable things can change in the blink of an eye.

Life is ever-changing, so when we find people entangled with massive problems, you may also find a person who is rigid to change.  Try not to live that way, life is already filled with rigidity and stale concepts.  The moment you change, so will you’re life.

The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.  Albert Einstein

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Posted by on June 30, 2020 in Something To Think About

 

NO SENIORS, NO YOUTH?

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NO SENIORS NO YOUTH?

The problem with aging is not that it is one damn thing after another, it is every damn thing, all at once, all the time.  John Scalzi

No matter what is going on our Elders are the most important people in the world.  They are the ones who hold the keys to most answers.  The thing is some don’t see it that way or care.

In my opinion, the youth and the elderly have assets the other need.  The youth have vitality and the aged have wisdom; while the elder claims to be young at heart the young claim to have an old head on young shoulders.

I agree with Mehmet Murat, The wisest is the young who can look at the world through the eyes of the elderly.  

In my opinion, our seniors are often considered to be in the way until needed.  Instead of asking for useful advice, some are asking for handouts, and babysitters while downplaying the elderly’s importance into a few dollars, coupled with plenty of disrespect.

It is our Seniors we should be more in tune with and they are not outdated, they are representing a time that’s still on the move, but to be fair, not all seniors have common sense.

When the elderly see unsettling behavior coming from those we thought we taught better or knew better, it causes us to have concerns about ourselves; did we do enough, where did I go wrong are real questions.  I believe some of that behavior is Killing our future as well.

Others need to realize just because some of us are getting up in age doesn’t mean we are useless or ready to die.  At times it seems as if seniors are burying the young more often than not.

Did you know You have to live to get old?  Buy the way, if you happen to know the Secret of Life, keep it to yourself, I can find ways to go to Hell without help.

For some reason, the young seem to be putting themselves in places no man should go and becoming more and more disrespectable to get wherever or whatever they are seeking, thank God it is not all of them.  But, if they don’t start taking better care of their elderly parents (all the aging), going to Hell is a real possibility, although some may be experiencing Hell right here on Earth?

The Bible tells us to honor our father and mother to enjoy a full life.  Honor thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee.  Exodus 20:12 (KJV)

Are our Seniors are under attack?  I want to know because it seems as if some are willing to Sacrifice the Elderly at what cost?  Our money, a serum of some type, for fun?

The thing is, the elderly are the gatekeepers of the community.  We know without Community trust, respect, and ethical behavior that is not taught would become almost too difficult for the young to learn and for the old to maintain.

Its Something to Think About!

Jesus is Lord!

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Posted by on June 12, 2020 in Something To Think About

 
 
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