posted on Nov, 2 2015 @ 08:45 AM
a reply to: Ozsheeple
And I do. When I was a the local "7/11" I the same handicapped boy who is always their asking for money was there. I sat down next to him and listened
to him ramble for a few minutes, don't know what he was saying. He had clothes filled with holes, and was smelly and dirty.
After letting him talk I took him into my arms and hugged him and said, "I love you." And took out a meal I had made at home and gave it to him. And
he started to cry, and held on to me for awhile.
I was at the local liquor store where a drunk is always getting into fights, and he called me over, and asked me if what he was doing was right, he
knew me from passing. I looked him in the eyes and told him he was stupid. He has two children and a wife, what was he doing always drunk and getting
into fights? He started to cry. I hugged him and said, "I love you. But you are a fool."
I could fill this page with experiences like this. It isn't about me. It's about the majority of mankind.
Turn on the news. It is replete with people who do not know how to love. And it is full of hatred and violence, every single day.
Even those who want to run the United States, those running for President, not a single one of all of them know what loving humankind means.
And very few who read this know what it is as well.
That is what makes me sad.