I think you have a notion of what is going on with my daughter. I still love her, how can I not? But I have no respect for her right now. Love gives me the strength to hold out hope for her to also choose love. Sometimes you have to "love from afar" for your own safety, and love does not EVER need to be blind. It is best with eyes wide open, it proves you have gained the wisdom to love IN SPITE of failures.
I love the Rothschilds. I want justice for them, it is the LOVING answer. I won't deny there is a part of me that would be pleased to see some sort of vengeance for their generations of - well, you know. But if I want a better world, I have to be a better me, and so I do not seek or recommend vengeance, I seek justice. This is not really out of a magnanimous part of me, either, it is ultimately selfish. If I live by this code, I create a world where I am more likely to die by this code. Not guaranteed, but if NO ONE lives by that code, I will certainly die of a hate-filled motive (or old age, but how many of us will die of "natural causes" in the age of flouride water, geo-engineered air and Monsatan food?)
I chose love and forgiveness because I need love and forgiveness in my world.
"...but thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself" and to me that means, in spite of all my imperfections, and theirs. It gives me permission to love me, if I chose to love them.
You may rest assured I hate the evil they have manifested with all my heart, mind and soul.
This is the article that got my posting privileges revoked:
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