Me, Never!

Sip, Sip, “Did you hear what he/she is doing?”

Sip, Sip, “I’ll never do something like that.”

Sip, Sip, “We’re better than that.”

Sip, Sip, “Let’s ignore them.”

Sip, Sip. GosSip time.

If someone was caught doing something wrong, would you turn your back on them and talk to and about them with disdain?

If someone was caught doing something wrong and you tell them about it,  were you being judgmental? What does it mean to be judgmental?

“Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.” Galatians 6 vs 1

Everyone should be given a chance to correct their mistakes, and yes, if a criminal act, be punish for it. But it is in the how we go about allowing them to make that correction. Not in a holier than thou sanctimonious attitude.

We are all open to temptation, how do we know that we are incapable of falling for the stuff that we see others do that we probably say that we will never do? This is not to say that we should start doubting ourselves and the strength in the things that we believe in.

for the month of february, PLEASE GIVE A DIME. Or ten cents, or an equivalent. For each day, set this amount aside for the whole month, 28 days, and at the end of the month, donate it to a children’s charity. A small big difference. Pass the word along if you please. :)

 

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4 responses to “Me, Never!

  1. I used to be the preachy type, trying to tell people their mistakes (always politely) but then i realized most of the people take it as insult. So these days i try to guide only those who dont seem to mind ….

    I have seen so many types of people in life that i handle them with utmost care these days.

    the thursday posts are up in case you want to check,

    http://etherealheights.wordpress.com/2011/02/24/shangri-la/
    and
    http://earthinbw.wordpress.com/2011/02/24/starvation/

  2. It’s a difficult one.
    There is a saying ‘take what you want while my blind eye is watching’
    I suppose if someone is willing to steal or break something they would probably not care about hurting me or you.
    We report them at our own risk.
    Yet thieves should not be able to get away with it.
    One thing we should never do is allow it to happen, then smear their name afterwards. Because then we are no better than those who steal in the first place

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