You Reap What You Sow

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There’s been a disturbing topic that has come up the last few weeks. I guess I have been numb to it until my eyes were forced open and I started to see the pattern all around me. I see it on social media and in the news and unfortunately it breathes its ugly life into families as well. People find fault with everything and everyone like they get paid for it. We are not put on this earth to fix people and especially not to determine who needs fixing. We are all sinners, a work in progress and we have enough work to do on our own selves before we even should have time to notice another persons flaws. None of us are worthy of that job and I do believe the generational seeds of criticism, blame and unworthiness have been planted so frequently that they are now growing out of control everywhere I look. The crops from those seeds are destroying relationships, our families, our countries. It is time to pray for crop failure that is tearing people apart and taking humanity out with it. Plant love and praise and watch how different your relationships begin to grow in a positive, healthy direction.

Today I say no more! Those seeds have no place in my home. I won’t receive them and I will resist them with every ounce of strength I have left. In this house we will find reasons to build one another up. We will speak positively toward one another and we will grow in the direction of love. Remember that you reap what you sow. Plant love and everyone wins. You want to see some change? Start here. Tell people what is RIGHT and GOOD about them and if you can’t see anything, the problem most likely lives inside of you. The time for change is right now.

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12 thoughts on “You Reap What You Sow

  1. I agree 100%. It is my opinion that some people are just mean. There’s nothing positive about tearing someone down. Leveling is unnecessary. There is such a thing as constructive criticism upon request, but this is where you tell the other people how U see it, hear it, feel it. You don’t stick a finger in their face and wave.

    Opinions are subjective, and typically not about the other person, but about how the other person’s lifestyle doesn’t jibe with our own. My stance is: “If you’re happy, I’m happy. The last time I was perfect was uh…NEVER!

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