A librarian’s life is a humble life and all about helping others. So should ours be.
It seems the Devil is taking over these days. Trying to pummel the humble helpers into the ground. It has always seemed to me that the Devil is in need of restraint. Today’s counter culture activity is just ONE example.
The worse part of all this counter culture activism is that it hurts good people.
I want more than anything else, to have an answer that brings everyone together in a happy way. But I’m just a bipolar commonologist with less than goose brains.
God didn’t give me the brain of a goose. But my brain tells me that if those folks actively attempting to stifle our freedoms would stop and take on a little humbleness, they might see the world through love’s eyes instead of hate’s. Like a helpful humble librarian. Or a barefoot therapist, comedian, writer, artist from Florida living in Alabama. Or any number of other good folks that, “seek fairness, forgiveness, walk humbly, and treat others as they want to be treated.” To quote a good friend.
Everyone could benefit from a search for a higher than human authority. But only if they’re not locked up in themselves.
Unfortunately, there’s people with God mindset agendas that think they are “all-knowing” and therefore, know what everyone else should be thinking and doing.
They have narcissistic behaviors.
Developing a humble attitude and empathy toward others has to come from somewhere outside themselves. A narcissist is caught up in their own web. They’re not very able to see life from anyone else’s viewpoint.
Mental illness is widespread. Many are not aware of their condition. Developing a need for help is the only thing that will change a self-righteous narcissist. Developing humbleness and empathy stems from this need for help.
Again unfortunately, something has to trigger that need.
Of course, love is the answer to that need. Once the need is established.
Every one of us need love from others. And it’s lonely and dysfunctional not to return that love.
Every one of us make mistakes. That means EVERYBODY! Including the waiter/waitress at the drive through and the well-meaning commonologist named Ed, that thinks he knows how to find spiritual happiness.
In Christianity, only one human had a spotless life… Jesus Christ. And He never looks down on us… He looks straight at us and loves us anyway. He defeated the Devil for us. He demonstrated that it can be done!
We mistake makers, just need a little help.