Friday, September 27, 2013
Hate and rage have no place in our hearts or in our blog.
No one is perfect and everyone makes mistakes.
Some of our mistakes are intentional and some are not.
Maybe Shellie Zimmerman is a sympathetic human being slowly emerging from a fog of abuse or maybe she is a grifter attempting to even up the score with a grifter husband who dumped her. Maybe she is a mixture of both. Regardless what we believe, the truth will be revealed as we watch from afar.
Shellie is at a crossroad in her life and we can only watch as she chooses what to do.
She is what she is and she will be whatever she decides to be.
Whatever choice she makes for whatever reason should have little or no impact on our lives.
Instead of shrieking at her, why not thank her for exposing something in us that we may need to own and decide to change?
Have we not been taught to believe in redemption, rebirth, tolerance, love and forgiveness?
Why not light a candle in your heart for her and offer a prayer that she makes the right choice?
Are there not far more important matters than Shellie Zimmerman’s life decisions going on in the world that have real life consequences to each of us?
For example, the United Nations Climate Change Report will be released today.
Think on this:
The Lord is spirit: and where the Lord’s spirit is, freedom is. The veils no longer cover our faces — we all behold the glory of the Lord and are transformed into his image from one level of glory to another; and this comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit.
2 Corinthians 3 :17-18
Peace be with you.