But that’s okay. I try to remember that some people are so entrenched in their ways that they will never understand. But what stinks is that some are so determined to create failure, it makes it much more difficult to succeed. But that will not stop me from trying. Because I know it is right.
And another thing… (Oh no, he should just shut up now!) Where do people get off calling the Internet evil? I’ve heard some otherwise (seemingly) rational people blame all of society’s ills on the Internet. Do they not understand that it is a tool, created by people to accomplish and streamline the task of communication? I guess I shouldn’t be surprised… This is the same race that decried the invention of radio, of television, of rock music, of all kinds of things. If we depended upon them, we’d still live in caves. Maybe these people aren’t as rational as I thought…
I guess I’m just in one of those moods today where stupid people are getting on my nerves. Sometimes I just need to chill out and let things go. But apparently this is not one of those times.
Oh boy, round three has just started. (Shut up now, Jason, you’re going to offend somebody!) Oh well. I just found out that someone told my daughter at my church, that now that Obama is president, “they” are going to take God out of the Pledge of Allegiance. I told Allison that sometimes when people lose things like elections, they like to spread rumors, and make things up. It kind of goes back to my first thoughts in this post. They are determined to see failure, so they are more than happy to cause it to occur. I have since corrected Allison’s information and told her that any time she hears anything from church that mommy and daddy wouldn’t agree with, she is to tell us immediately, so we can inform her of the truth, and also so we can decide how to deal with that situation at church.
I am disheartened by this information, but I will still be a positive force for change. Our deeds and actions say a lot more than our words.