Honestly I had to read it over and over and I hope that I have not misunderstood. I am a believer and I am trying to do right by God but who are we the human race to determines what is right. God loves all of his children but he does not like ugly. And when I say that I am not talking about two women or two men that's on them but messing with young children or crime rates going up children bullying each other and the list goes on. Humans have a choice between good and bad and some I believe were truly born evil. I could go on but I leave as that. Thank you for sharing. All the very best
I guess that's what bugs me about organized religion, it judges you if you don't follow their thought process. Who is anyone to say you aren't acceptable because of your choices? You are born as who you are and should be celebrated as being just that, not judged and cast aside. Hugs for being you!
1 month ago
A well written piece that should make one think. The very beginning got me thinking on how misplaced certain people can become; they know exactly how to link something very different to something exceptionally different in the wrong way, and to top it off get entire societies running behind their flawed ideology. And you rightfully end it, because sometimes, no matter how hard you try, certain people always find ways to support their own philosophies and there is no convincing them. I really liked this piece on how much more can be dwelled into with certain simple words you have framed (but still I wonder, can certain ideologies change even with simple words?)
I was equally tied with 3 poems for my 4 point pick. Mr Darcy's 'curious incident' and 'Bodies' by Rosy cheeks and Irony. I plumped for this because it is not just a brave write, but a relevant write. I often question the relevance of religion. Usually shot down by those standing on soapboxes. It is a difficult subject to tackle and you will upset somebody. But I think POP raises some great points and doesn't hold back. Good job (4 points)