So angry at the bitterness contained in words.

I was brought up to care about people.  My children were brought up to care about people.  Selfishness, should be a sin.  People that take advantage of the programs for the elderly and poor are destined to go to hell and have nothing. The people that resent helping the poor and elderly should have to walk a mile in their shoes.  They didn't ask to be brought up to be disabled mentally or physically, the poorest of people deserve the dignity of shelter, food and health care.  How will you ever stop the cycle of poverty if you do not give people a chance.  

It is amazing how harsh, critical and almighty some are.  I do not know many people that are outwardly so full of hate and envy.  Call it what you want.  Call it responsibility for "yourself."  If you have enough why wouldn't you help someone else out.  My goodness, I truly get angry when I read the disturbing rhetoric about the poor, disabled and elderly. 

How do you sleep at night.  You all sound so superior to the unfortunate people born in to poverty.  I wonder if you have a heart or a rock in your chest.  Where is your empathy.  Get yours is the problem with the world today.  

GREED has taken root in our culture and manifested itself in to a disdain for people not as fortunate as we are.  

I don't want to judge people but from what I read, there are a few that are so full of themselves and self righteousness, God forbid they ever give willingly to any one that is in need.  

What do you give Thanks to on Thanksgiving ?  It is really disheartening to read some of the cruel remarks I read this morning.  I wish no one any harm and I pray for you selfish people every day.  I pray you will see there is enough for every one.  Do not let this disease of greed take over you.  

If this shoe doesn't fit, don't wear it, don't complain about it.  We all know who is living a good life and accepting the fact not all people live equally.  I know many that do not have much materially but stand so much taller than those who judge them.

 

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Comments (8)

  1. magnocrat

    Its all connected with blame. We love to blame others for their conditions it absolves us from responsibility. I often hear stories about what a fine living street beggars gain for themselves and how charities cash in living high on their takings.

    March 25, 2017
    1. belladora

      Those stories are there. I am saying if you only need one million dollars and have 20 million, why would you not share it. You know why, GREED.

      March 25, 2017
      1. belladora

        PS: Blame who for what. Personal responsibility. It starts with ME.

        March 25, 2017
  2. SEC

    There is a great difference between kindness, compassion and generousity that comes from the individual heart and directed by the heart and mind of the giver and forced contribution by a power that distributes at their whims.

    March 25, 2017
    1. belladora

      Whims are not usually associated with programs for the less fortunate. I thought the AHCA was cruel. That was my point and I guess I didn’t make it well.

      March 25, 2017
      1. SEC

        Oh yes they are they are changed at the whim of the power brokers. And I thought the ACA was obscenly cruel and prohibitive

        March 25, 2017
  3. magnocrat

    Remember the argument of the rich is that their wealth keeps I industry going and supplies labour with work. The man who buys a Porsche keeps a lot of people on the go but the man at the bus stop just keeps his family.
    The lie of capitalism is it creates wealth for all and now we see inequality growing. What it creates is a pyramid of wealth and the higher the pyramid grows the larger the base becomes.

    March 25, 2017
    1. belladora

      Thank you for a thoughtful point.

      March 25, 2017