Wednesday, May 3, 2017

We were perfectly made by God, but we are not born Equal

As another Lame Cherry exclusive in matter anti matter.

People are forgotten in their passing, in all their accomplishments and humanity, and it falls to the same trials of life to make the wise of the few and the fools to pass to that dark veil, from which none return.

In this world we are told to embrace our fears, to focus on our failures, to legalize our sins, and to take the mob identity, as we are not worthy to be individuals, unless being profane.

There was an American who was the youngest Marine corp DI in World War II, who wanted to become a lawyer, but in destiny dated an actress whose star did not appear, and he read for the part and became an actor.

He went on from Hugh Charles Krampe to actor Hugh O'Brian to found the Youth Leadership Foundation in which over 435,000 children have participated.

It can best be summed up in the words Mr. O'Brian spoken after nine days with Dr. Albert Schweitzer.

I do NOT believe we are all born equal. Created equal in the eyes of God, yes, but physical and emotional differences, parental guidelines, varying environments, being in the right place at the right time, all play a role in enhancing or limiting an individual's development. But I DO believe every man and woman, if given the opportunity and encouragement to recognize their potential, regardless of background, has the freedom to choose in our world. Will an individual be a taker or a giver in life? Will that person be satisfied merely to exist or seek a meaningful purpose? Will he or she dare to dream the impossible dream? I believe every person is created as the steward of his or her own destiny with great power for a specific purpose, to share with others, through service, a reverence for life in a spirit of love. — Hugh O'Brian, The Freedom to Choose

Nuff Said