reply to post by sonnny1
Yes, I know that you aren't defending him...I read your entire post, but the first line was outrageous in a sense...I had to respond. I won't edit
what I originally said, because...it holds value.
Please, stop it. You may not realize what you're doing, but I'm going to tell you. Spiritually, you walk an idiotic path in the attempt to rationalize
what was stated.
You slander God and all of our beauty when you state such. There are hard things, things that occur for the sake of progression, but by no means are
they "blessings". Things just are. There are no blessings in the eye of God, especially with the rationale that you are utilizing in this particular
instance. In that rationale, everything and all can be considered a blessing, which completely trivializes the word in modern and olde English. The
way in which you use the word hinges upon the fact that life, something that you assume to be precious, is a blessing no matter how it comes into
This leads down a path of spiritual compromise for the sake of progress (without the proper understanding of the sacrifice in and of itself). Your
rationalization can be attributed to technology. All technology is a blessing even if it came from the War time innovation.
Economics: All free markets are a blessing even if they enslave small brown and yellow people in sweat shops to produce cheap and inexpensive goods
that yield a high profit.
And so on and so on.
You walk this path in blind idiocy because you have no respect for the sacrifice involved in all of the transactions. You have no comprehension of the
spiritual price paid for progression of the flesh, material, corporeal, (the spirit itself), or the God head. To trivialize the sacrifices by calling
them blessings is unreal. It is a true misunderstanding of all that is. To call the unfortunate sacrifice of mental health, psychological stability,
physical mutilation, and spiritual balance that a woman undergoes in a rape a blessing is beyond me...and it's beyond you too. Stop. Your
justification for life can only go so far until you begin to justify things for the sake of things. You're justifying rape for the sake of life
because life in your book holds some intrinsic sacred value that transcends the other factors I listed (it doesn't). Life is valuable, but it is no
blessing. It is a sacrifice.
You don't understand the extent of the sacrifice. So, before you begin to bastardize God, man, life, and the English definition of "blessing" look at
yourself in the mirror and imagine a zipper on your mouth. Close it.
You Spiritually defunct Religious Zealots (and sympathizers) need to realize the implications of your words. You all need to realize the empathetic
values of existence and learn to feel out other beings. Maybe then you won't throw around words like "blessing" like it's a party favor.
/Rant that no one will appreciate
edit on 24-10-2012 by TheOneElectric because: (no reason given)