I procrastinate, specially when it comes to work... but don't we all? Anyway this piece is not about this, that'll be another day.
I was procrastinating on Facebook I came across a post that said that a
man in Illinois was charged of Raping a PUPPY; I cannot begin to think
what possessed that man so that he thought that it would be a good idea!
I am a modern day human female. I chose not to have
children and in past days a cab driver was bold enough to ask me if I
had any kids, when I replied that I had chosen not to have any, he was
baffled and in awe. It seems that for the mere fact of being a woman I
am expected to have kids...
But my choice not to have children is
evident. I know I would be a good mother, strong on discipline and
abundant on love; but how can you have the nerve to bring a child into
THIS world? You can't and you sure shouldn't.
A man raping a
puppy; a family that decides to ditch a dog/cat/bird because caring for
them and having the responsibility is just too much of a bother; teenage
kids that decide that torching an animal is a nice way to spend an
afternoon (not to mention those who think that killing a passing jogger
is a perfect way to get out of bored town).
What is going on?!?As
adults we complain that there is no commitment. Women cry and wayle all
the time about the lack of commitment and responsibility of men and
that we can't find a suitable mate to have and create a family with.
Men complain about the same thing; women who leave their families
"because they need to find themselves"...
And in the middle of all
this, children go about bullying other children and abusing, torturing
and killing animals... And yet we expect and demand God to stop natural
disasters and to remember that "for the love of those two just I will
spare the city" (look up in your bible the destruction of Sodom)
am not just. I will not pretend I am just or mercyful or even a good
daughter of God. I want to scold that man in hot boiling water and to
snip his "thing" away, that'll teach him to rape puppies... I also want
to do that to anyone who abuses an animal or a child...
this is the perfect time to stop and consider "what if": What if
natural disasters are actually a way of letting us know that we are not
doing things right? What if His Mercy is so big that when destruction
starts, the few fervent prayers are enough for Him to lower the blade of
One thing is certain: I am glad I do not have children and I wish more women thought the same way I do.
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