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What Do You Mean You Don't Know?

Who isn’t going through a hell no one knows about?

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Fame and success bring a set of hell-issues you and i can’t fathom. How do i know? i spent a lifetime around fame and success at Disney.
Tom Brady winning 6th super bowl
Yes, even Brady is going through a hell no one knows about. How do i know? i know you’re going through one right now. How do i know? Because we all are.

Who isn’t going through a hell no one knows about?

Easy.

No one.

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What Do You Mean You Don't Know?

Life is unfair paradox

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Yesterday, February 2, 2019. Tallied the number of published blog posts: 19,057. That number grows by 5 every day, so today’s new total is 19,062. This current number is 1,850 more than the current world record.

Life is unfair has a paradox.

Many, including me at one time, falsing perceive that life is unfair – that life is fairer to some and not as fair to others.

The paradox is this:

Life is fair in that it is unfair to everyone.

Everyone is going through a hell no one else knows about.

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Ever feel like God is unfair?

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Yesterday morning. Had told a potential client i would run to Magic Kingdom and send him a photo.

 

Ever feel like God is unfair?

Like God has unfairly blessed you with far too many good things in your life?

God wastes nothing.

Listen to God. Enjoy what He has bestowed on you. Discern why. Then continue to do more of what He has blessed you with.

 

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Five Words….

Received an email from a good friend yesterday. No big deal there. Happens all the time right?

This one is different. It made me think. Deeply. And I can not disagree with this young soldier’s point of view. In fact, I think he has every right to call Americans callous. Seriously, I do.

And I’d like to extend my deepest regret for falling into the trap of conformity. Isaac, I’m very sorry.

Thank you for defending the blanket of freedom we Americans sleep under every night.

Here is the content of that email, without any editing from me. I do not know who originally sent it. And, in this crazy cyberworld we live in, I have no way of truly knowing if a soldier even wrote this. However, whether it was a soldier or not, I’m still touched by it’s relevance:

Date: Saturday, July 4, 2009, 5:37 PM
This is written by a young soldier serving his third tour of duty in Iraq. Thought you might find his take on the Michael Jackson news interesting and he’s right.
Okay, I need to rant.I was just watching the news, and I caught part of a report on Michael Jackson. As we all know, Jackson died the other day. He was an entertainer who performed for decades. He made millions, he spent millions, and he did a lot of things that make him a villian to many people. I understand that his death would affect a lot of people, and I respect those people who mourn his death, but that isn’t the point of my rant.Why is it that when ONE man dies, the whole of America loses their minds with grief. When a man dies whose only contribution to the country was to ENTERTAIN people, the Amercian people find the need to flock to a memorial in Hollywood, and even Congress sees the need to hold a “moment of silence” for his passing?Am I missing something here? ONE man dies, and all of a sudden he’s a freaking martyr because he entertained us for a few decades? What about all those SOLDIERS who have died to give us freedom? All those Soldiers who, knowing that they would be asked to fight in a war, still raised their hands and swore to defend the Constitution and the United States of America. Where is their moment of silence? Where are the people flocking to their graves or memorials and mourning over them because they made the ultimate sacrifice? Why is it when a Soldier dies, there are more people saying “good riddence,” and “thank God for IEDs?” When did this country become so calloused to the sacrifice of GOOD MEN and WOMEN, that they can arbitrarily blow off their deaths, and instead, throw themselves into mourning for a “Pop Icon?”

I think that if they are going to hold a moment of silence IN CONGRESS for Michael Jackson, they need to hold a moment of silence for every service member killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. They need to PUBLICLY recognize every life that has been lost so that the American people can live their callous little lives in the luxury and freedom that WE, those that are living and those that have gone on, have provided for them. But, wait, that would take too much time, because there have been so many willing to make that sacrifice. After all, we will never make millions of dollars. We will never star in movies, or write hit songs that the world will listen too. We only shed our blood, sweat and tears so that people can enjoy what they have.

Sorry if I have offended, but I needed to say it. Remember these five words the next time you think of someone who is serving in the military.


“So that others may live…”

Isaac