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Steve Hydonus
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« on: Dec 10, 2016 08:05 pm »

hello. we have different beliefs about the president elect mr. trump but my earlier post is not meant to suade your opinion or count the list of right or wrong doings of this one person. that post was recognition of your original one. some would rather count the wrong doings of another man, this in itself seem a misunderstanding since a judgement is often made with bias. we can't be right all the time nor can we expect to have a person figured out sitting from the sidelines. steve you started your original post saying this is a sad truth, on the contrary my friend, it's a blessing. i know you know this because i've seen you say the same thing.  Smiley

Eric I apologize but I am having difficulty understanding what you are saying. I made the comment that it is a sad truth that we can't be right all the time and we make mistakes. Do you mean that is a blessing? I also said that apologizing often clears the air between people. Even though in many, if not most cases, no one is entirely right or wrong. I believe that as spiritual beings we should recognize that we attract what is part of us so we should take some responsibility for all our encounters with those we spend time with.

I do believe that there is a time we must assess what a person has done and what side we will take. This was obviously true in the case of Hitler. There were many who recognized that he was not helping Germany and were working against him in for instance the Catholic Resistance Movement. I believe that I also recognized this about the slaves in the south during the civil war. Thus working for the underground railroad I was considered a traitor by the south. History has shown that General Lee and Jefferson Davis made a very bad mistake in the legitimacy of slavery. Someone there at the time had to make such a judgement or have no backbone or moral integrity.

Now when a man comes out saying that global warming is a hoax and that we need global warming to heat up the winters in New York.... at that time I am no longer 'sitting on the sidelines'.  His view is quite clear and it conflicts with almost all the scientific community. He is talking about the very survival of a civilization and its imminent destruction. We are talking about our very survival which he is willing to put  at risk. Yes I am willing to make a judgement in this case. If I don't and we don't history will judge us as fools for not taking a position on our survival.

There have been many times in history when people were doing morally unacceptable things to others and they had a view that supported it. We have a different views in history. It is to work against slavery, work against the killing of Jews and in this case work against a leader who would destroy our very existence on this planet.
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