Call me crazy, but when I look at all the different people and nations in this world, past and present; the poor and the rich, the weak and the strong, the connected and the unconnected, the not so beautiful and the beautiful, the brilliant and the slow, the sick and the healthy, the fat and the trim or any other dualistic judgment you can name, I see no validation to all the whaling, moaning, and gnashing of teeth over how so many have supposedly, been offended or are supposed to be total victims of somebody or something and of course, they are backed up by a never-ending army or self-appointed, self-serving, moralizing judges who make a living off confusion and chaos. this game has really gotten ugly.

Ladies and gentlemen, I think this is all human bilge; the life, it seems, most humans are willing to lead rather than turn back to God with all their might for personal growth and salvation.

Personally, I see life being much simpler but of course, much harder. I see 7,000,000,000 children of God in one reincarnation after another experiencing the gift of life from God to help us continually grow and evolve toward divine perfection. A soul may progress more in a life of being a husband, a father of five kids, and a day laborer his whole life than being the mayor of a big city, rich, and a Sunday school teacher…………. It’s not about what happens to you in life, it’s about how you deal with what happens to you in your life; how honest, fair, and loving were we with everyone? Our daily life and our whole life is a spiritual report card on the progress of our eternal soul. This short little material life we’re living this moment is here today and gone tomorrow, were we fearful or faithful?

All these self-appointed, self-serving, moralizing judges can’t see that with only their human intellect, they don’t have sense enough to judge anyone and that they should just earnestly pray every morning, night, and maybe all day long for corrected spiritual vision.

I think we are here day after day, life after life to, someday, grow to have the mind of Christ so our assessment of everything and everyone should be aimed at understanding and not at making ourselves feel smarter and holier than our other 6,999,999,999 brothers and sisters