You Do You-Let Me Do Me

Y’all I am seriously drowning in frustration at the lack of human decency I came across this morning. Not that I didn’t already know about it, but the amount of hatefulness makes me embarrassed to be human!

This church is not requiring those who go to wear a mask. It doesn’t say you can’t-it says it’s not required.

The comments from people who are living in fear are absolutely horrible. The cursing and condemning is horrendous. Once again, people think if you disagree with them you are evil.

I personally don’t wear one for many reasons. My biggest being that it’s my choice. No one wears them during the flu season, strep outbreak, colds, etc. I watched my son possibly have heart problems from the flu just this past spring. To me it should be approached as any thing else.

However, I’m not going to hate you, or unfriend you if you choose to wear one. Because that is your choice. Obviously I disagree with you. But that’s ok. I’m not going to belittle you. No one should be attacking anyone because their choice doesn’t line up with yours. Can it be frustrating? Sure! Does it mean everyone sucks? Uh no.

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11 Responses to You Do You-Let Me Do Me

  1. ruddjr says:

    Completely agree! The comments online everyday are getting worse

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  2. XingfuMama says:

    Book of Genesis chapter 4 verses 8 to 10: Cain said to his brother Abel, “Let us go out to the field.” And when they were in the field, Cain rose up against his brother Abel, and killed him.
    Then the Lord said to Cain “Where is your brother Abel?” He said “I don’t know; am I my brother’s keeper?” And the Lord said “what have you done? Listen your brother’s blood is crying out to me from the ground!…”

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  3. I do agree. It’s very frustrating when people can’t communicate — either agreeing or disagreeing — in a respectful way. Jesus told his disciples that if you call your brother a fool, you’re in danger of hell fire. (condemnation) I’ve seen much worse that that being slung around. I think it’s the anonymity the internet gives.

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  4. tgeriatrix says:

    But if you don’t wear a mask you might infect other people. Is it this what you want?

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