This is just my way of letting it all out without caring who is reading or watching.

These are a bunch of random unorganized thoughts. Sort of like a mirror of my mind.
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rebekahmadison:

Is being fat, gay, homeless   or a prostitute really the worst thing a human can be? Is it really   worse than being jealous, shallow, vain, wealthy, snobby, prideful,   arrogant, boring, fake, evil, selfish or cruel?
Just because you don’t agree with the kind of lifestyle someone else chooses to live does not mean you have the privilege to treat them less than human. Learn to respect people (1 Peter 2:17). They are a real living person with feelings, with flesh, with a delicate heart. Actually, the   funny thing is I personally find it easier to love these certain human   beings, because at least they are being honest in who they  are.  They aren’t hiding it. It’s the prideful, the selfish, and all  those  other struggles than can so easily be hidden from others. We can  never  know their true colors and motives of why they do the things they  do.  Those struggles are the ones that scare me.
Hey! Guess what, we all have flaws! I know, crazyyyyy stuff. So   to the one who has never sinned or struggled with something, feel free   to throw the stone at these disgusting human beings. Actually, hit me   first. I’ll be standing with the other sinners of the world.

rebekahmadison:

Is being fat, gay, homeless or a prostitute really the worst thing a human can be? Is it really worse than being jealous, shallow, vain, wealthy, snobby, prideful, arrogant, boring, fake, evil, selfish or cruel?

Just because you don’t agree with the kind of lifestyle someone else chooses to live does not mean you have the privilege to treat them less than human. Learn to respect people (1 Peter 2:17). They are a real living person with feelings, with flesh, with a delicate heart. Actually, the funny thing is I personally find it easier to love these certain human beings, because at least they are being honest in who they are. They aren’t hiding it. It’s the prideful, the selfish, and all those other struggles than can so easily be hidden from others. We can never know their true colors and motives of why they do the things they do. Those struggles are the ones that scare me.

Hey! Guess what, we all have flaws! I know, crazyyyyy stuff. So to the one who has never sinned or struggled with something, feel free to throw the stone at these disgusting human beings. Actually, hit me first. I’ll be standing with the other sinners of the world.

Judge not, lest ye be judged

I remember reading the entire court case (I actually absolutely enjoy doing even though I hate reading) for Snyder v. Westboro church- where some church members held up signs saying things like God hates gays and His death was God’s way of punishing American and a whole bunch of other absurd things. Also remember when last week a christian co-worker said he hated gay people. I went on the church’s website and what they preach in the name of God has nothing to do with the God that I serve.  I think it’s AMAZING that people that claim to follow the life and teachings of Christ can have so much hatred in their heart towards a fellow human. I do not care what bible you read or who you bend your knees to. God doesn’t hate them, He hates sin.  God doesn’t hate liars, He hates lies.  So who are you to stand there claiming you’re holy and perfect yet you didn’t read the part of the bible that said do not judge (especially when you know your hands are not clean), or the one that said love your neighbor as you would love yourself, maybe you didn’t read when Jesus said that whatever you neglected to do to your fellow humans you neglected to do to Him.  

Being a christian doesn’t make you or me the judge of the world and the person with all the answers.  A lot of people are getting turned away from christianity because of things like this and because of the hypocrisy and arrogance of christians and i’m sure that’s not how God intended it.

Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone.