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WICKED FRIENDS CREATE EVIL ENDS?

28 Aug

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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.

It’s Something to Think about.

JESUS IS LORD! 

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