Hatred and Anger 2018-29
Why do “some” have so much bitterness and perhaps anger and hatred for those of other faiths, skin color, or ethnic origins?
Where is the love of all in their lives? And, do they claim any sort of religious beliefs like being a Christian? If so, do they not realize that the god-man, Jesus, touted nothing but love for all? Even, if not a Christian or any other faith, is not love a much better attitude towards people of the world?
It is hard to understand the thinking of those that have these feelings of hatred. What story do they have to share that could explain how they feel? How can they be proud of having Anti-Semite, racial prejudice, or abhorrence for others in their thoughts or actions?
There is NO answer to these questions that make any sense. I can only pray that time will resolve the issues for them, and in their place, understanding, love and caring for fellow mankind will result.
Hatred towards others is like a slow festering boil that keeps hurting and hurting until expunged and removed. This can happen, but a decision to take action must be made and then acted on, which is hard to do at times.
Many have removed God from their lives or have never had Him there as a guiding light, such as Jesus Christ is for those that believe. He IS the light of the world and coming to this conclusion takes time and perseverance, and simply belief. Reading Scripture and learning about the man-God that taught love instead of hate is a start, but only a beginning.
The time where we learn from the teachings of Jesus and then mirror the things it takes, will be the finalization of the journey of life with God, or at least a continuation.
Den Betts firstname.lastname@example.org