Why Don’t You Love Your Fellow Man? By Kathleen Blake


 

Why don’t you love your fellow man?

You rather hug a tree than your fellow man. The tree will be there for a long, long time but not your fellow man. Why don’t you just hug your fellow man?

You say thank you to a person that done somebody harm rather than sticking up for that person who was done wrong? Don’t you know you will be judge for not sticking up for right and what you do by God?

You wish a person dead who doesn’t agree with you politically. You call them trash, dumb, and say they don’t know anything. Haven’t you heard God says you are to love your neighbor and enemies?

You judge other people instead of looking in the mirror and judging yourself. You might have the same bad traits as the person you judge. Perhaps you should look at that person’s good traits you might find something to love.

You call a person a racist, knowing their not. You just want to distract and to shut them up when you know their telling the truth. If you don’t have something nice to say, “Don’t you know silence is golden”.

Why don’t you love your fellow man?

 

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2 thoughts on “Why Don’t You Love Your Fellow Man? By Kathleen Blake

  1. One of mankind’s problems is the defensive reaction of “digging in deep” when conventional ideas are challenged. Challenging does NOT mean being disrespectful. The concept of “challenging” offers new perspectives based on new knowledge or information. How are we as a society to move forward if we’re only willing to live with the facts based on the past?

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