Life, we all do things that are wrong in the state of life in which we live. I’ve done things I regret, I’ve never intentionally harmed another human in my life. I’ve never forced a human to do something they didn’t want to do, I grow up under that kind of oppression and I’m not willing to forward that to another human. Some people like to state falsehoods on another person as a retaliatory act to gain some measure of self-worth. In their mind, they are punishing you for a perceived wrong they believe you perpetrated against them. That’s an affront to God, He will have his say in the end. I know there is a God, I will be able to stand with my head held high on my judgment. I don’t fear another human and his judgment or accusations from another human. I know what I did and if you can’t tell if a human is lying then why try to explain yourself to them, they have already passed judgment upon you. I will not let others control me, especially the ones who wont to retaliate against what I have said or done, what they perceive I have done to harm them. Want proof, look at the large diverse group of people that call me friend and ask them why they all come to me for help. I will tell you how I see life regardless of what you may think about it. I will help all that I can in life regardless of how bad I know it will end. No good deed goes unpunished. I’m a walking example of that. I’ve never had good fortune bestowed upon me for any good deed I’ve done. I always suffer in the end and I will not stop the way I live. I will always help, I will always be there for people regardless of how they have wronged me. Turn the other cheek and keep on living the way that you can hold your head high.
God gives strength to those that are weak, I’m strong enough to die. God gives comfort to those that are able to forgive, I forgive everyone and myself. God forgives if you’re able to admit your wrong, I’m sorry for everything against God and man. God gives life to those that can find him, Everything in my life I cherish for God is in everything. Never count on your next day, thank God for today because you may be gone tomorrow. As my granddad said the day before he died pointing to the sky and barely getting the words out, I’m ready to go home. Craig McNeil