When They Call You Crazy

This is a follow up to my last post, prompted by a great day of support and one older man asking, “What would you say if I told you everyone thinks you are crazy?”   It is a fact of life that some people will call you names whenever you stand up for justice.

I found a great quote from Mahatma Gandhi.  “First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, and then you win.”

 

mahatma-gandhi

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One Response to When They Call You Crazy

  1. C.F. Family says:

    Notoriously known of the Roman Catholic Church , to be dumping negativity, guilt, power, ridicule, hatred, nastiness, demeaning, retaliation, criminal injustice, upon the strongest who take plight for justice! Recalling Catholic classmates in the college years, and how their minds were so stricken with hatred and contempt from the horror, the ill power, the suction, the demands, the hypocrisy, the guilt, the ill power and manipulation, the OPPRESSION of ill control over life and breath,,,,,it is quite fine to see one stand for reality, justice, fairness, truth, constitutional rights, life, peace, safety, integrity, freedom, and expression, and the RIGHT TO LIFE.

    Abusers and guilt bearers will try anything and everything to SNUFF OUT ONE’S SHIING LIGHT,
    EXTINQUISH LIFE IN ITS TRUEST SENSE, ESCAPE NORMAL AND RESPONSIBLE BEHAVIOR.

    GOING FORWARD CARRYING THE TORCH OF INTEGRITY HIGH WITH JUSTICE AND FREEDOM SOUNDING, IS THE GIFT , SOCIETY WOULD LIKE TO SEE LIVED , FROM THE DEPTH OF “THE BREATH OF LIFE’S”” CORE.

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