The physical form, can you stand your own self-citizen advocacy?
Who’s your momma and what did she teach you about these things? Why do you criticize someone else’s momma, without thought of them criticizing your own? We’re all mommas and poppas, why can’t we complement each other? If I cannot help you, why would I hurt you, yet expect crime to change?
What sacrifices am I willing to make? How long am I willing to stand here twisting your arm? How long will you act like it’s not hurting- punishing you? Is that abuse or what? Why do we have a “citizen advocacy program”?
What does that mean? Most of us think and behave like we are right, politically, socially and personally, far more than we are wrong. We think we make more good decisions far more than we do bad.
How did we get this way? Pride, greed, the seven deadly sins and we’re in a serious state of denial. We’re too quick to glorify in our perceived accomplishments. So much so, we fail to see and properly address “our weakness”, hence depression. When was the last time you talk candidly about them? Is talking to God doing you any good? How do we stand among people? How do we fair? Why are we always looking for equal/civil rights? What about the NAACP, SCLC, PUSH…?
What people in their right minds would change prices every day? What’s your message to yourself here? How can you ever keep things straight? How can you ever feel comfort in knowing the true value of whatever it is you’re offering?
What if every time you called me, my prices changed? Fickle minded, you’d never call me again. So why do we accept these gross inadequacies in our own home, from a fickle minded people, known for immoral and unethical behavior? How do you learn love from these kind of people? How do you break the cycle of abuse, violence, waste without addressing it properly?
You learn to distrust your own self, those like you and self-destruct, by any means necessary. Instead, why don’t we just to think about all of the many ways in which WE can make each other happy and complete, and how wonderful it is to have each other in our lives?
Knowing we are always there for each other, although not in a physical form. Confident in knowing my God manifests Himself in “every aspect” of my life. He loved me first and love is all I want to give. How can you expect anyone to do more for you than you are willing to do for yourself?
People who have disabilities, in what ways is this person broken and how do we fix them? The world has a deep crack in it, how do we stitch it back together again? Life is short; pick something big and interesting and work on it. The Huamn Aspect
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