While I recognize the truth in what you say, I simply refuse to live
my life that way. Much of the joy I find in life comes from finding
ways to help others. I'm not going to let a few bad apples rob me of
In the biblical story of the Good Samaritan, the Priest and the Levite
were doubtless afraid, but they weren't excused by their fear.
"Better trust all, and be decieved,
And weep that trust and that decieving,
Than doubt one soul that if believed,
Had blessed one's life with true believing.
Oh in this mocking world too fast
The doubting fiend o'retakes our youth.
Better to be cheated to the last
Than lose the blessed hope of truth.
- Frances Anne Kemble
Hey Bud (I can't bring myself to call you Donkey)
Although a few folks posted personal, and improper, comments - most folks are
just trying to be helpful.
Your biblical references tell me that you're a religious man and I'm
convinced that your goodness flows from your beliefs and convictions. I'm not
religious but I've studied the writings of the world's major religions. No
where (including the bible) is one encouraged to disregard "truth", or to be
"cheated to the last".
I applaud your efforts and urge you to continue your good work... just be
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