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Its sad that there are sites that bring in a large revenue off the lies and judgments of others. That people swim in swarms like piranhas ready to destroy anything in their path, living of the blood tears of the wounded and somehow find a sadistic pleasure by partaking in the attack and then have the nerve to call themselves “The normal ones” “Good people” when they are no different then killers, they just lack any real strength, so they fulfill their needs through fabrications, gossip, online bullying, and slander of others.

Recently in Toronto, a young girl who was Christian, was raped by three boys and two girl while one girl video-tapped it… they published the video online for the entire world to see the barbaric things they did to her, to publically show her shame, plaster her defilement and rejoice in her suffering. They taunted her, they humiliated her and perused her until she finally took her own life.

Another girl in Texas took her life because of the sick pleasure people find in judging someone, knowing their judgments are completely untrue and made-up and uncalled for.

I don’t care if someone is ugly, you don’t know what they have suffered, you don’t know if they were in an accident, you don’t know anything about them, the names they could be getting called right now, that everyday they wish to take their life.. you don’t  know their insecurities and yet you have the audacity to go for the last strike.. And you have the nerve to call someone ugly.. No physical disfigurement can compare to a soul as ugly as that!

People are obsessed with making others feel worse about themselves that way the attacker can feel good about himself/herself. What happen to the motto our parents use to teach us “If you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything at all.” What happened to showing sympathy and respect..

Do not judge others, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn others, or it will all come back against you. Forgive others, and you will be forgiven.

Luke 6:37

 For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.

Matthew 7:2

And don’t forget

You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.

Matthew 7:5

Sure we will hold opinions of others, we will instinctively not like someone but we have no right to bash them or insult them.  The fact that people can get rich off the twisted lies that harm another human being is truly repulsive and demoralizing to think that there is enough twisted people in the world who want to join in on the bashing of someone they never met, don’t know, and don’t have clue of what they are going through! If your one of those people, may God forgive you, because there is no reaping like the punishment that comes from deliberately lying about and hurting another.

These six things doth the Lord hate, yea, seven are an abomination unto Him: a proud look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, a false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.

Proverbs 6: 16-19

People think that by making others feel less about themselves in some messed-up reasoning makes them better.. New flash, every word you use to describe another maliciously only reflects on who you are… If you were called the things you describe others as, you would be murmuring and complaining and saying “HOW DARE THEY?? THEY DON’T EVEN KNOW ME!” but yet it’s okay for you to do it to some else. Every word we speak, every action we perform, we will one day have to face… you should choose very carefully… no one and I mean NO ONE escapes the law of Sowing & Reaping and you will reap in a magnitude greater than you could have ever inflicted or imagine.

We all loved “Meet Joe Black” But few recall his last statement that summed up the entire movie of what our actions may cost us..

You’re the poison Drew. You’ve operated behind the scenes to suborn the trust of a man who has stamped you with his imprimatur of class, elegance and stature. I’ve had the opportunity to be a witness to every kind and degree of deception but Bill Parish has been on the receiving end of machinations so Machiavellian that it has rarely been my experience to encounter and yet he has combated them himself stoically and selflessly without revealing my identity. Had he violated the vow of secrecy he took, his task would have been far easier, he could have turned defeat into victory. But he is too honorable of a man to have done that, because of me, he has lost his work, his company, his reputation, so now, given these losses, I’m compelled to end the need for secrecy.

Should you choose to test my resolve in this matter, you will be facing a finality beyond your comprehension, and you will not be counting days, or months, or years, but milleniums in a place with no doors.

Greater is the act of deception when you wound someone who cannot defend themselves, that don’t know you and don’t have the emotional strength to face attack and slander. Just remember if you wouldn’t want it done to you.. don’t do it to another!

I saw an article about this girl… She is truly an outstanding person and beautiful in the ways that beautiful people would only dream of. She was the victim of the cruelty and lack of respect others can bestow, and if anyone is truly worthy of respect this girl is at the top of the list.


“When she was in high school, Lizzie Velasquez was dubbed “The World’s Ugliest Woman” in an 8-second-long YouTube video. Born with a medical condition so rare that just two other people in the world are thought to have it, Velasquez has no adipose tissue and cannot create muscle, store energy, or gain weight. She has zero percent body fat and weighs just 60 pounds.

In the comments on YouTube, viewers called her “it” and “monster” and encouraged her to kill herself. Instead, Velasquez set four goals: To become a motivational speaker, to publish a book, to graduate college, and to build a family and a career for herself.

Now 23 years old, she’s been a motivational speaker for seven years and has given more than 200 workshops on embracing uniqueness, dealing with bullies, and overcoming obstacles. She’s a senior majoring in Communications at Texas State University in San Marcos, where she lives with her best friend. Her first book, “Lizzie Beautiful,” came out in 2010 winning the hearts of many around the world and her second, “Be Beautiful, Be You,” was published earlier September and In 2013 she’s hoping to write her third book.

“The stares are what I’m really dealing with in public right now,” she told Dr. Drew Pinsky in an interview on CNN’s Headline News. But I think I’m getting to the point where… instead of sitting by and watching people judge me, I’m starting to want to go up to these people and introduce myself or give them my card and say, ‘Hi, I’m Lizzie. Maybe you should stop staring and start learning’.”

Velasquez was born in San Antonio, Texas; she was four weeks premature and weighed just 2 pounds, 10 ounces. “They told us they had no idea how she could have survived,” her mother, Rita, 45, told the Daily Mail. “We had to buy doll’s clothes from the toy store because baby clothes were too big.” Doctors warned Rita and her husband, Lupe, that their oldest child would never be able to walk or talk, let alone live a normal life. (Her two younger siblings were not affected by the syndrome.)

 Instead, she has thrived. Her internal organs, brain, and bones developed normally, though her body is tiny. Since she has no fatty tissue in which to store nutrients, she has to eat every 15 to 20 minutes to have enough energy to get through the day. One brown eye started clouding over when she was 4 years old, and now she’s blind in that eye and has only limited sight in the other.”


Let us re-frame from speaking cruel things and rather start encouraging others. If someone is living in a way that is not befitting for a proper moral life then instead of insulting them, help them in a kind Godly manner.. Be the reason someone would want to change and be better. Let our words and actions produce a pay-it-forward reaction of kindness, a cascade of respect and life-building actions.. Let each one of us be the good the shines in another’s life, regardless if you like them or not! Impact the world one word at a time!