It has been a while since I last posted either of my blogs. As I said in my last blog, this is a hobby and/or non-paying endeavor but I enjoy it when I do write it. I am still writing other materials but, alas, I slacked off. Goofing around is more like it but, after getting an e-mail showing how much cash I am missing out on by being lazy, I have decided to get back into it. But, of my two blogs, I love this blog the best and will continue it although I may, at times, slack off for one reason or another.
What have been on my mind, lately, and on the mind of most Americans is the upcoming presidential election. There have been all sorts of twists and turns, concerning the election, about why this and why that. I have only seen one that have a religious connotation and it is from a blog that I follow. I’ll put the address here so you can read it yourself. The person is an American living in Turkey and put out at least one blog a day, sometimes two or three. At least check out this one and tell me what you think.
I just checked the hyperlink and, alas, there was a problem. Once the hyperlink is clinked on it goes to The River Walk page not found. Here is a fix. After page not found, go to the search and type in “the judges chair” and click enter. It will give you part of the article but all is not lost. Click on the picture of “the judges chair” and the full article is there. Now, back to what I was writing…
For me, I really don’t know what to think about this election and all I can say is “may the Lord have mercy on all of us”. God knows what he is doing and I think, this time, it is to really open our eyes and show us how large the multitude of ignorance is or have become. God wants us to know that Godlessness and bigotry is larger than ever. He also wants us to see stupidity at it’s highest. I’m not saying one party or the other because we don’t have much choice here. I am saying, look at the choices and don’t be stupid and fall for ignorance and an agenda of destruction.
When this country was founded it was written that all men were created equal although, at the time, it was not practiced. Take a seat in the judge’s chair and feel how it is. Judge me not unless you be judged also. In this country, people were judged by their blood. One drop of Black blood and you were forever banned from everything. Is it true for Latinos, Middle Easterners, Asians, Etc.? What about religion? Will there now be a ban on certain religions? All religions lead to one God, no matter the name the people gave to God. Evidently one candidate did not get the memo and need to be judged and will be judged, sooner or later.
Read the blog, it’s short, I read his blogs daily. Beejai is a good writer and a very Godly man and he write about so many subjects that I can not begin the attempt to list them. So, until the next time, take care and may God be with you always.
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