Posted in the Lebanon Forum
#1 Feb 8, 2013
Could we (and I realize there are many that do) have compassion for others. Try to keep people in our prayers and love our neighbors as ourselves. I think it is a shame the horrific judgement that has come about, especially in the last 24 hours. No one knows everything, no one knows every circumstance. I may be a little on the side of being sheltered in my thoughts but I would rather be that way as coldhearted and judgemental. There are many good, great even, people in this little town and I am sure there are a few some have a bone to pick with and do their fair share of things not exactly on the up and up. But all whether good or bad will have a day in which they will receive their judgement from a much higher power than any human being on earth. Until then let us have love and compassion and live with eachother in peace.
#2 Feb 8, 2013
Sad,but true,most people today remind me of the Roman gladiators,that revelled in blood sports,even involving human beings! They were so thrilled watching men killing men,animals killing men,vice versa!People will see injustice,but turn their heads,walk on by.For money,fame,though,sometimes they get involved in trying to right a wrong.They seem to have the Barabbas clause,too;they take the side of a hardened criminal,rather than the side a weak,innocent person!
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