I don’t think we need to be serious afraid of the refugees and all.  In 1993,  the bomb was on the Fed Building in Okie City.

The enemy is in the USA and not outside coming in.  I believe the majority of them are  the Mr and Mrs. and Miss Uninformed Redneck Southerner and EWTN SANS THE NUNS UP IN ALABAMA.

I almost don’t want to post this but… enough of Southern Rednecks with no education and self image problems.

I AM SICK OF THEIR  B.S.  AND how they handle people with degrees.  Why can’t they do better?

They don’t want to do any better.  That would mean they would have to actually write a paper and do ACTUAL WORK AND SHOW some serious intelligence.

Why can’t they do better?  Why don’t they want to do better?

I asked my late Uncle that once.  He served them as their doctor in a type of program that allowed for the payment of his student loans in exchange for being their doctor.  Yeah, Alabama.  It was something like that.

Okay.  Not all are like this, but it is all I see when I turn on the TV and go into low end Florida offices:  fat women with chubby cheeks with anti-education attitudes.  Some black women are just as bad because they’ve had to fight them.

I feel sorry for both of them.  Not one of them wants to expand anything except their short brains and short sightedness.

I know I’m being empty bucketland but I’ve already voted and well, I have to rant now.

I dropped one lady I will not name off at a community college once.  She even tested and wondered why I did this.  She had no intention of bettering herself. Many of them including her have this subservient ‘tude toward a Maaaaayaaaan and want to do nothing to help themselves.

I will never do that again.  I no longer want to be near any of them or their low end attitudes.  My close high school pal warned me years ago, beware, she said.  I am not naming names but this election has put their names back in my eyebrow up lane.

Two more weeks and this nightmare of an election is over.  Sigh.  The church people even turn me off with their on and on and on about how I should vote when I already have done so.

So, it is between them and other people that do not want to better themselves.  I need to ask certain fam members who live in the deep south how they deal with these type of insolent stubborn rednecks that irritate the NY in me so bad that I want to hide in the
Everglades and give them a long walk down Shark Valley where the Alligators are sunning themselves on a 24/7 basis this time of year.

They are not allowed guns there.  Those chicken slocks will have to actually walk or bike through the real Alligator Alley– all 15 miles of it.  It is part of National Everglades Park.

Got that?  Tell them to bring a book if they can read.  We doubt it.

 

 

 

 

 

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I have been training at an office.  I am doing this awaiting my teaching credentials while hubs is recovering and taking Physical Therapy for his diabetic foot surgery.  He’s learning to balance and now walking with those shoes.   

Part of the job is to train how to look up people.  Yeah, I did.  I actually looked up a few mean spirited locals around here and around the state.

I even looked up some church chats.  NO,  NOT GOING TO SAY JUST WHAT PERSON I LOOKED UP . But most of the GOP PEOPLE are very mean spirited and well, a bit condemning and suspicious of why we don’t have kids and the list goes on.  They look down on others when they should be surrendering that junk to God.

Why the mean spiritedness?   Do you get a million bucks for doing it or does that make you a real Christian or a real Catholic?

What about Matthew 5 and the Beatitudes?   Or what about when Jesus says “what so ever you do to the least of my brothers you do unto me…”?

By the way,  I could name names but I am going to skip it.

Happy Monday if you know how.

The sky was clear and my  mean spirited older cousin with his boss,  the lady evangelist who has a show on EWTN was NOT OUTSIDE CONDEMNING ME TO HELL IN A HANDBASKET.  Oh, they’d like to do so, but they have no  seat number at the Vatican and the Pope doesn’t like rigid people.  

I think her days are numbered as far as the show is concerned.  I did not name names.

I voted early in the Florida early voting TODAY.  

Remember the sky was clear and it was nice out. They put out a warning to arrest  the picketers near the poling places and anyone who accosts them going in.  

I brought my ID to vote but some of these people often forget they are not are not ordained ministers of the Gospel.  They will tell you they forgot their uh, card and walk away and snicker.  Or give a two faced tude to those who do. 

THEIR BUCKET IS EMPTY.  YEAH,  EMPTY.

I worked most of the weekend and have this afternoon to research a case.

After voting,  hub who had his PT appointment this morning,  we went to Publix deli for buffalo chicken tenders  and potato salad.  After that we had a picnic outside the library where we had to research the case that came up on Friday afternoon. 

Lunch was yummy.  I was not about to allow those people to give me indigestion about how I think I should be and how I should DARE TO DOUB T GOD’S LOVE.

THAT’S WHAT THOSE FOLKS WANT YOU ALL TO DO.  DOUBT. DOUBT AND GIVE THEM MONEY AND CONDEMN EVERYONE ELSE BUT THEM. THEY ARE THE ONLY ONES RIGHT.

GOT THAT?

 

“Beneath rigidity there is something else, there is often wickedness”

At this morning’s mass in St. Martha’s House, the Pope said rigid people lead a “double life”, they seem good but they often aren’t; they are strangers to God’s freedom, “slaves of the law”. “How they suffer”!

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24/10/2016
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vatican city

 
 

Beneath the rigid exterior of a person who is not free because he or she is a slave to the law, is a double life, something hidden, some sort of disease. Often wickedness. By contrast, the Lord gives freedom, in addition to meekness and kindness, Pope Francis said in this morning’s homily in St. Martha’s House.
In today’s Gospel story, Christ heals a woman on a Saturday, stirring feelings of contempt and protest in the synagogue chief who claimed the “Law of the Lord” was violated: “It is not easy,” the Pope remarked, “to walk in the Law of the Lord,” it is “a grace we need to ask for”.

 The Son of God calls the synagogue chief a hypocrite, a word “he uses so often to refer to those who are rigid and unyielding in their insistence on applying the law down to the last letter”. These people are not free, “they are slaves of the Law”. But “the Law was not made to enslave us but to set us free, to make us children” of the Lord. “Beneath  rigidity there is something else, always! This is why Jesus says: hypocrites!”
 
Francis said: “beneath rigidity there is something hidden about a person’s life. Rigidity is not a gift of God. Meekness is; kindness is; benevolence is; forgiveness is. But rigidity is not! Beneath rigidity there is always something hidden, in many cases a double life; but there is also some sort of disease lingering there. How the rigid suffer: when they are sincere and they acknowledge this they suffer! Because they are unable to feel the freedom that God’s children feel; they do not know what it is like to walk in the Law of the Lord and they are not blessed. And they suffer so much!” They seem “good because they follow the Law; but beneath that there is something not so nice about them: either they are bad or they are hypocrites or they are ill. They suffer!”
 
The Bishop of Rome recalled the parable of the Prodigal Son: the elder son’s attitude of indignation shows what lies behind some forms of goodness; “The arrogance of believing oneself to be right”. “Beneath one’s good actions lies arrogance. He knew he had a father and in his darkest hour he went to his father; he had only ever seen his father as a master not as a father. H ewas rigid; he walked in the Law in a rigid way. The other one set the Law aside and went off without the law, against the Law but there came a point when he remembered his father and came back. And he was forgiven. It is not easy walking in the Law of the lord without drifting towards rigidity.”
 
The Pope concluded by invoking God and inviting faithful to pray “for our brothers and sisters who believe that walking in the Law of the Lord  means becoming rigid. May the Lord show them that He is the Father and He likes mercy, tenderness, kindness, meekness and humility. May he teach us all to walk in the Law of the Lord, adopting all of these attitudes”.