Anger and Hate

I do hate terrorists that rocked our country over...that made us afraid of things we thought we'd never fear.

However, I don't hate the insensitive LeRegalia woman who called me a "fucken shrew" today, even though it made me cry. She simply misunderstood who I am. She didn't do her research before she commented on my experience, an experience I'm encouraged to share on this site. It is because of her that I joined this particular experience and decided that I don't feel hate towards her...just some anger for judging me without having ever even met me. Without even checking out who I am. Then getting her friends in on the experience to leave the same types of messages. Shame on you, not me. For I am the one forgiving you. I am not hateful.

1tufcuky 1tufcuky
36-40, F
1 Response Mar 8, 2009

Matthew 7:1 - Judge not, that ye be not judged.<br />
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If we want to be forgiven, we must forgive.<br />
If we do not want to be judged, we must not judge.<br />
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You can even get quite elementary - "I am rubber, you are glue, whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks to you."<br />
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Sometimes others judge because of their insecurities or sins. To boost their own ego, to make themselves 'better than', etc. (sound sinful?)<br />
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Other times people can judge to correct.... but this should be done with kindness. (Unless it is criminal...and then a court judge will not usually be so kind.)<br />
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To call you a name just reflects poorly on her...not you. <br />
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(Does she know the definition of a shrew? –noun- a woman of violent temper and speech; termagant.)<br />
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Glad you took the higher road and moved on from pettiness! :-)