Showing Grace To The Deceived
It’s incredibly hard.
This is a tricky and slightly religious subject. I’m not sure I have a firm opinion on it because of its complexity when you truly delve into it.
Can we show grace to the deceived useful idiots, vax-passport pushers, and other unaware indoctrinated types that inadvertently do the bidding of centralizers?
On one side, God shows us tremendous mercy for our own faults. He has compassion for us, so we should have compassion for the deceived. They are already going to pay a horrible price, likely in this life and the next. We don’t need to add on to the price.
But I’m also not God, nor do I want to be. I can try to be better, but it’s hard as hell. It’s hard to have mercy and compassion when they are actively seeking our exclusion from being able to eat or make a living. God can have mercy on them. I’m not sure I can.
But then again, most of us weren’t born “awoken”. We were all blind one day.
But that also doesn’t change the specific impact happening right now. When I was blind, I never tried to forcefully overtake, dominant, or subjugate others. We also faced nothing so bold and obviously evil as today. You would think the blind nowadays would at least try to figure out the truth. Most seem to not care.
I could possibly lose my job in a month because I won’t take a vax pass. Nothing I did when blind would have directly impacted someone like that. Their continual compliance is what makes this circus act continue. It’s hard to have compassion for those when your own livelihood and millions of others are at risk because of their blindness.
There is also the case of God granting free will for a reason. Every one of the blind is free to not be blind anymore. They have free will to do so. God helps those who help themselves. They should willingly go to the light in the darkness. If they do not, it is difficult to feel compassion for them. Especially if they try to extinguish my light in the process.
That is their own fault for desiring to stay in ignorance. When I was blind, I wanted out.
But again, on the contrary, it’s hard for me to judge when I could be equally blind about something else as they are about this.
But again, on the contrary’s contrary, it is the natural order of life. Stupid and blindness should cause discomfort and pain for them. We shouldn’t give them peace and comfort when they are seeking pain for us.
It’s a tough conundrum. I simultaneously feel sorry for them while also feeling absolute contempt for them.
At the end of the day, all I can do or say is this: Have compassion for people worthy of compassion. There is a difference between the genuinely deceived and the genuinely malicious.
This insistence on martyrdom for the wicked needs to end, but we can’t hold anger on everyone forever, it will only damage ourselves. It has to be let go of. Even if not for a religious reason, for a personal sanity reason. Some are blind. This will never change so long as humanity exists.
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