Bear Facts

More observations of the obvious…

To idolize or worship anyone or anything other than the One True God (Nature) is a seriously severe sin against our Creator.

Scripture and common sense make that perfectly clear.

It’s unhealthy for us to idolize another human. Unhealthy for us and unhealthy for them. Psychologically, we need to love and respect each other on equal terms to be mentally healthy.

Every one of us purely “human” beings, are commonologists. We are wrong to differentiate any human other than Jesus Christ as SPECIAL. In God’s eye, we humans are all equal. He commands us to treat each other that way. That means you ought to look at your political leader, favorite singer, actor, most impressive sports figure, repentant criminal, nurse, doctor, garbage collector, spouse, teacher, waiter, waitress, EVERYONE as your equal in love, respect and importance. 

It’s a worse sin to place YOURSELF as better than and above your neighbor. It’s also a sin to tear yourself down. No matter how important or unimportant we may think we are, God teaches a better way of thinking.

Love is the key to Heaven and mutual respect is the key to equality.

We each have a unique purpose. Life does not unfold the same for everyone. Our path is an individual one that we steer our own life ship into with curves, bumps, waves, straightaways, hills, obstacles, calm seas, and bruises. We simply need to recognize and acknowledge that our neighbors, although each on a unique path, have a similar steering wheel.

We’re on the RIGHT path when we follow Christ’s teaching to Love.

By Ed Caldwell

Except for some unavoidable honey-dos, I pretty much goof off for a living now. My last career job was designing internet operating circuit boards along with a distinguished team of engineers, managers and support personnel. Prior to that I was an electronics technician evolving into circuit board design in the defense industry working with tactical missile systems. My first career job was a professional artist. During my younger years I worked many odd jobs beginning at age nine with a newspaper delivery route.

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