Things that hurt Part 2

I have always said that there should be a balance between extroverts and introverts in society and my opinion will never change. I think the most annoying thing is when extroverts try and change introverts into something they are not. They want to try and influence them to be more like them. It is the most irritating thing I have ever come across. The punch words floating around in society is diversity, innovation, inclusiveness just to name a few. Can someone indicate to me; how trying to change someone’s nature, way of thinking individualism is practicing diversity, innovation and inclusiveness? I always say it’s because extroverts don’t know any better but is it because they don’t want to know any better? I may have discussed this before but it is just so damn annoying.

A Christian hypocrite, the world is filled with them. I know that I am not perfect but I try to live by God’s rules and His plan for my life. These are people who walk, talk and eat God but when called to stand up for a fellow Christian and go against the world’s standards they buckle under the pressure of the flesh. They run away like dogs with their tail between their legs. Scripture indicates that we are all one body of Christ and when one part of the body suffers the whole body suffers. They say things like I am not going to help you because it is not my duty to help you, you have to face this by yourself but God will help you. Or they say things like because you a child of God you mustn’t think that you a cut above the rest. Who thinks that?

Gossip, I heard it through the grapevine. Anybody know that game we use to play when we were kids called broken telephone; that’s exactly what gossiping is. Passing a message along to one person and that person to another; this is how the message becomes distorted. As a result sometimes the messages are true and other times, actually most times the message is not true.

There are many things that are hurtful but we have to rise above them. We have to show those that hurt us that we are better than them. A way we can do this is to focus on you and to do better for you and not me them. Do better for you and the success will rub off on those that hurt us. Good Luck!

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