Selling Santa – Religion and Politics
You want to celebrate Christmas? You think it’s reasonable to glorify Santa Claus, or romanticize him in the doing of it? That’s your choice (however silly I might see it as being). For my part though, I’m more concerned about people’s exposure to Jesus, and their understanding of Him.
Their Job – Religion and Politics
You’re my telephone service provider? What do you suppose I want you to do? How does, “your JOB” sound to you?
Crutch – Religion and Politics
Put simply, in basically nothing, do I look at my circumstance, and say, “This is all God’s fault.”
Fact Checker – Religion and Politics
In short, when somebody presents him or her self—fact checker or not—as some sort of oracle, you should politely decline to accept him or her in such a role.
Abolition – Religion and Politics
If I had a message to impart in this little piece, it would be that the answer is not to abolish or ban ways of doing things—most particularly not through governmental rules, laws and regulations.
The Elective Process – Religion and Politics
In short, we can and must do better than what appears to have occurred in the present situation. This is not an option in my view, and I think you’ll find far too many out there agree with that idea. Elections should be free. Voting should be fair, and transparent. And let’s not forget, correct is more important than fast.
Who’s Responsible – Religion and Politics
Remember this. Others may well affect various situations in which you find yourself. In general though you’re responsible for the outcome. Failing to look at things in this way, may result in dire consequences.
Inner Strength – Religion and Politics
It’s often not an easy thing, to edure the struggles and difficulties of life. Doing, so can make us want to give up on that toil at times. That said, being able to look at the struggles and difficulties of gallant, valorous individuals, and realize maybe what we’re experiencing isn’t as severe as we’d like to think, can be helpful to realign our perspective. It’s hoped we can come to really understand, what inner strength looks like, when we do.
The Ladder – Religion and Politics
In the end, I guess my point is this. A ladder to various places at least should and really probably must exist. Some will argue for that path’s hindrance. For the most part, I contend against such perspectives because of their net effect on not just the wealthy, but everybody who might benefit from one climbing that ladder. You may disagree. If you do, I’d like to hear your logic.