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America: A Mutual Admiration Society


Portrait of a forbidden fruit

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America has traded intelligence and purpose with greed and forbidden fruit all in the name of personal adoration. We have become a group of lost people delving into social edification leaning on the arrays of others who have no idea how to manage their own life much less anyone else.

Yet, those very ones who live to unyielding political correctness, unsavory lifestyles and walk the Red Carpet are polarized into positions of using their platforms for their own agendas. WE the general public have offered a throne of gold with a crown of jewels to promote the life outside of the “Garden of Eden” after Adam sinned. Who cares what Angelina Jolie wore to the Oscars or if it even fit?

Unfortunately I have to include the church in this respect. The church “skirts” around issues God wants to be taught in an effort not to offend anyone. Open the doors so anyone can show up. True, but not for the case of entertaining them into the kingdom.  My thoughts for some time have been “how has the church failed” instead of “how has the church succeeded?”

We live in fairy tale Mutual Admiration Society. Go live in a castle you can’t afford. Buy a luxury car and along with that every entertainment device advertised. Take a vacation with your Visa Card. We deserve the best the world has to offer. After all, this is America.

Wasteful Spending

Forget the hungry children in Africa, or the missionaries in tribal villages in lands unheard of or the enslaved to Human Trafficking. Why should we care or offer help to the children who live and eat in trash dumps in India or support the Christians in other countries who have put their lives on the line for their faith in Christ? (“Whatever you did for the least of these you did also for me.”Matthew 25:40)

Let them fend for themselves; they aren’t  Americans with Collective Bargaining and we have a reputation to uphold. 

Sadly we have sacrificed our moralistic values as Godly men and women to be  admired for our providential successes. The heck with integrity or honesty. We want to be noticed! After all this is America.

We provide the most obstinate, vulgar, arrogant, and downright ludicrous examples of how to live in this world. Our preposterous fashion labels, 72 day marriages, and political documents that have been rammed down our throats that we haven’t read yet get more attention than Mother Teresa did.

We are more interested in blinding ourselves with the ills of the land to make sure we live up to the expectations of those who have no interest in anyone else but themselves than to stand alone being different. After all this is America; land of the free to do whatever pleases you no matter if it is right or wrong as long as we are following the crowd of “Occupy Stupid.”

This monotony of failure is a result of the acceptance of evil over good; and we have no one to blame but ourselves. Yet, the general consensus is “how can God allow bad things to happen?” Read the Bible; pray, communicate with God everyday and when you do? He will  reveal he is only capable of doing good and help you get off of your self-applauding pedestal and find a life worth living.

5 thoughts on “America: A Mutual Admiration Society

  1. I know this is a serious post, but if you do not want me to laugh, then quit posting the “cartoons:>) You are correct, but we do not even feed the starving in our own nation?? There are so many children who are hungry in this nation, and I think that is a crime in and of itself.

    You are also correct what we see as important. The next fashion fad, who is getting divorced, who is going to jail for the umpteenth time. Our values of this nation has no respect for life in any form or fashion.

    Have the believers failed? Yes. I heard someone say one time, “If we were doing what we are supposed to be doing, there would be no need for welfare.” Think that pretty much says it all.

    Good post but what got ya “going?” God Bless, SR

    • SR, thanks! I label my writing “Serious Sarcasm.” Implementing that which is a burden on my heart with a twist of humorous sarcasm. So laugh! I was on a bit of a rant because I just get so irritated with those who are so blinded…Makes me want to just shake them!

      Our daughter Sara is in college getting an English major. She is a very good writer. She has the same sarcasm as me. She has a blog now called cashierchick. If you want to read it please do but be prepared; she is on a journey of finding God even though she was raised in his church. But she is funny! She writes about her job which she displays her feelings….she holds nothing back!

      Cathy Craig Neil, PMIC/Guardian Property Management, LLC http://www.wix.com/cathyneil/Property-Management 803-840-1946 blog: http://www.craigmotor.wordpress.com author/columnist: http://www.believers.baIy.com

  2. Oh I did laugh:>) I think anyone who reads this will feel a “little shaken:>” so job well done!! Will check out your daughter’s blog as soon as have time. Been busy with the folks this week. Her blog sounds great and if it is anything like her mother’s I am sure I will enjoy. God Bless, SR

  3. No better of a “good daughter” than you my friend. Will look at her blog soon. God Bless, SR

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