Jay Angler wrote:thomas, I totally don't find that funny.
Yes, "unity" will be difficult to achieve if problems are not at least "acknowledged", but I know many people who have found that "forgiveness" is a far more powerful motivator and facilitator of true change and progress than accountability and even more so than consequences. "Consequences" are too often "punishments" with a pretty bow (not always, but making sure they aren't takes skill and maybe even a little luck).
If the whole world jumped to "unity" and "healing" - lets heal the toxins, the air quality, the water quality, the farmland, etc, etc - then I personally would forgive those who made the mess in the first place and rejoice in a healed planet.
thomas rubino wrote:Yes Judith;
You hit the nail on the head.
That meme is directly aimed at the current political situation here in the US.
It is just my warped sense of ironic humor.
I should not have used the word funny, as those words have do broad meanings to different people.
Judith Browning wrote:
I'm hearing a lot of blame and backtracking and excuses from this recent group of protestors...much the same as some children might respond.
William Bronson wrote:
I would help them , knowing I was nothing more than a mark to them, because I care about the wellbeing of their children.