The Truth Of Our Life

Apparently, the higher power (who some call God) made human beings in his image. We were led to believe we would rule over all things.

Does this mean we are superior or just “in charge”?

When we consider blacks and people of color as sub human…when we consider them animals (the favorites being: apes or monkeys),  some people out there believe it’s their right and duty to step all over them because they aren’t human. They are less than.

At the end of the day, we all will eventually be judged by the only person who’s judgment matters: The higher power. The ultimate truth. The mother spirit.

Justice on earth is not guaranteed.

That’s obvious.

Unarmed innocents are murdered in cold blood. Gun control is out of control. It still won’t stop those legally allowed to carry guns from killing innocent people. We need more than gun control.

We need respect for life.

Respect for all living beings.

Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.

We need self-control and Self-respect. We need an attitude shift and deep culture change. Gun control is a small part of a large devastating problem.

Once we die, I believe that all the rights and wrongs we did will be made apparent. The rest of our eternity will depend on the truth of our life.


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