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Peaceful Greetings Reader:)… please see super-agape…for context…

The Bible explains that genuine love is shown, “not in word or with the tongue, but in deed and truth.” (1 John 3:18) Does this mean that we cannot express love through our speech? Not at all! (1 Thess. 4:18) Rather, it means that our love must not be limited to words, especially when the circumstances call for action. For example, when a fellow […]lacks the basic necessities of life, he needs more than our good wishes. (Jas. 2:15, 16)

The apostle John wrote that we must love “in deed and truth.” Thus, our love must be “without hypocrisy,” or “free from hypocrisy.”(Rom. 12:9; 2 Cor. 6:6) This means that we cannot show genuine love while pretending to be something that we are not, as if we were wearing a mask. We might wonder, ‘Is there such a thing as love with hypocrisy?’ Not really. This would not be love at all but a worthless imitation. [excerpted: Love..in Deed and Truth w 2017]

Does selfishness come easy? Sure!… but, we, humans, have the capacity to cultivate and learn love… agape every day.

Is agape (aka unselfish/pure motive) my prompt?? Does the highest form of love… agape… result in the highest happiness or the greatest good for others and ourselves??

 

12/04/17 @ 12:04 a.m.

 

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“We should love, not in word or with the tongue, but in deed and truth.”—1 John 3:18.

JEHOVAH {True God of Bible, True God of Compassion aka Yahweh} is the Source of love. (1 John 4:7) The highest form of love is based on right principles. In the Bible, this type of love is described by the Greek word a·gaʹpe. This love can include affection and warm feelings for someone, but it involves more than simply feelings. It is shown by unselfish actions for the benefit of others. It is love that motivates us to do good things for others. This kind of love gives us joy and meaning in life. [excerpted reading: Love… in Deed and Truth w 2017]

12/03/17 @ 12:46 p.m.

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Hungry Birdies (4)

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Good Afternoon Birdies:)… aka Respected Readers in need of an afternoon/evening/dusk/dawn or morning snack -lol:) Thank You for reading (1)..(2)…(3)…picking up topic of who could provide/qualify to atone once for all time for the Hebrews (and all of humankind)…

The Messiah… what do the Holy Writings/Sacred Scriptures say…

“A prophet I shall raise up for them from the midst of their brothers, like you.”— Deuteronomy 18:18.

Samples of progressive details…

What did God promise Abraham about the Messiah?

God told faithful Abraham that the Messiah—the promised “seed”—would be one of his descendants. “By means of your seed all nations of the earth will certainly bless themselves due to the fact that you have listened to my voice.”— Genesis 22:18.

What did God tell Isaac?

God reiterated to Isaac the promise He had made to Abraham: “I will carry out the sworn statement that I swore to Abraham your father, ‘. . . by means of your seed all nations of the earth will certainly bless themselves.’”—Genesis 26: 3, 4.

What did Moses say about the Messiah?

When Israel was about to enter the Land of Promise, Moses told the nation: “A prophet from your own midst, from your brothers, like me, is what Jehovah your God will raise up for you—to him you people should listen.”— Deuteronomy 18:15.

What did God promise David about the Messiah?

“I shall certainly raise up your seed after you, which will come out of your inward parts; and I shall indeed firmly establish his kingdom. . . . Your very throne will become one firmly established to time indefinite.”—2 Samuel 7:12. 16.

“I myself shall place him as firstborn, the most high of the kings of the earth. To time indefinite I shall preserve my loving-kindness toward him, and my covenant will be faithful to him. And I shall certainly set up his seed forever and his throne as the days of heaven.”— Psalm 89:27-29[89:28-30, TNK].

How did the prophet Jeremiah confirm these promises?

“‘I shall make sprout for David a righteous sprout,’ . . . for this is what Jehovah has said, ‘There will not be cut off in David’s case a man to sit upon the throne of the house of Israel.’”— Jeremiah 33:15, 17. [excerpted reading: “How Can You Have A Happy Life?” Section 15: What Do The Scriptures Say About The Messiah?]

Please be sure to return for more birdseed…:)

11/28/17 @ 6:12 p.m.

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Greetings Fellow-Hunger-er, Fellow-Fragile-Life, Fellow-Beautiful-Breathing-Fragile-Life…Fellow-Reader…Fellow-Eater…Fellow-Forgiver…aka Fellow-Hungry Birdie aka Respected Reader!:)…a mouth full, huh?…;) Hopefully, respectfully addressing You:) Birdies/Any Readers/Stoppers- by here…(in this manner is not offensive, however, sorry IF it is)… (FY: i happen to appreciate/love/like/am intrigued by Birds of various feathers IF You are a Regular Reader, You may know that already?) welcoming and inviting You Curious Birdie to read on… aka accept more bird seed(s)… in order to fully digest aka understand this particular post, You probably should consume… the previous two posts…(1) and (2)…Thanks!

Offender, offenders, offense, offenses… forgiveness, forgiver…forgiving freely…

“Not one of them can by any means redeem even a brother . . . that he should still live forever.”—PSALM 49:7, 9 [49:8, 10, TNK].

Mosaic Law…

Could anyone today offer the sacrifices required by the Law?

Since the temple and priesthood no longer exist, it is not possible to offer the sacrifices required by the Law for the atonement of sins. But God has not left us without hope. The Scriptures point to a permanent solution, “a new covenant,” by means of which Jehovah promises: “I shall forgive their error, and their sin I shall remember no more.” By means of this “new covenant,” God provides the basis for forgiving all of our sins forever.—Jeremiah 31:31-34.

A common progenitor…”Adam”

How did Adam’s sin affect us?

When Adam rebelled against God, he lost the prospect of endless life. (Genesis 3:17-19  “ And to Adam*(Meaning “Earthling Man; Mankind; Humankind.”) he said: “Because you listened to your wife’s voice and ate from the tree concerning which I gave you this command, ‘You must not eat from it,’ cursed is the ground on your account. In pain you will eat its produce all the days of your life. 18  It will grow thorns and thistles for you, and you must eat the vegetation of the field. 19  In the sweat of your face you will eat bread*(or food)  until you return to the ground, for out of it you were taken. For dust you are and to dust you will return.” ) As our common progenitor, Adam could pass on to us only imperfection and death. In effect, he is responsible for the death of all his children.

If a criminal deliberately murdered someone you love, could he satisfy justice by sacrificing a bull?

The Law did not permit making an animal sacrifice for willful murder. (Numbers 35:31 “You must take no ransom for the life(*”soul”) of a murderer who is deserving to die, for he should be put to death without fail. ) No animal’s life is worth as much as a man’s. The sinner would have to pay with his own life.

So, then, what kind of sacrifice could cover Adam’s sin so that Jehovah (God/Yahweh) could forgive people and ‘remember their sins no more’?

An equal exchange is required—‘soul for soul,’ that is, life for life. (Deuteronomy 19:21) Nothing less than a perfect human life—like Adam’s life before he sinned—could balance the scales of justice. Only someone with such a perfect life, uncontaminated by sin inherited from Adam, could provide the atoning sacrifice. (Psalm 49:7-9 “None of them can redeem a brother Or give to God a ransom for him,   (The ransom* (redemption) price for their life*(or “soul”) is so precious That it is always beyond their reach);  That he should live forever and not see the pit. *(“grave”)[49:8-10, TNK]) Only God could produce such a perfect life, without a human father, as He did when he created Adam.—Genesis 2:7.

Who alone could present himself as an atoning sacrifice?

Only the Messiah could be the atoning sacrifice. He will indeed come as a Deliverer. (Genesis 3:15 15  And I will put enmity*(“hostility”) between you and the woman and between your offspring*(lit. “seed”) and her offspring.*(lit. “seed”) He will crush*(Or “bruise; strike.”) your head, and you will strike*(Or “bruise; strike.”) him in the heel.” ; Psalm 2:2, 8 “  The kings of the earth take their stand And high officials gather together*(Or “take counsel together.”) as one)   Ask of me, and I will give nations as your inheritance.”  But first, he must provide a perfect “guilt offering”—a complete covering for our sins, both inherited and committed.—Leviticus 7:1 “‘This is the law of the guilt offering: It is something most holy. ; Isaiah 53:6, 10   Like sheep we have all wandered about, Each has turned his own way, And Jehovah has caused the error of us all to meet up with him.” 10  But it was Jehovah’s will*(Or “But Jehovah took delight.”) to crush him, and he let him become sick. If you will present his life*(Or “soul.”) as a guilt offering, He will see his offspring,*(lit. “seed”) he will prolong his days, And through him the delight*(Or “will; good pleasure.”) of Jehovah will have success.”

[excerpted reading: How Can You Have a Happy Life? Section 14 Why Do We Need a Better Sacrifice?] 

In summary, all of us humans have a common progenitor…  father… Adam, we were suppose to inherit not big money from our fore-father… but BIG LIFE aka perfect life eternal … He selfishly chose to do what was good for him and this resulted in us inheriting death/misery instead, yikes!! We are mess-ups and mess- makers cause our first father made a mess of things… forfeited/lost Eden.

However, not all is eternally lost… the Holy Writings/Sacred Scriptures speak of a “spiritual” paradise…(oh, and spiritual “Israelites” too)…

stay alert for more on topic(s)… Hungry Birdies (4)

Spiritual paradise…??

Spiritual Israelites…??

New Covenant…??

(draft 11/17/17)  11/20/17 @ 7:27 p.m. edited /published @7:31 p.m.

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Hungry Birdies (2)

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Good Afternoon/Evening Birdies:)… aka Respected Readers in need of an afternoon/early evening snack -lol:) Thank You for reading (1)…okay, um, how can I simplify this somewhat complicated topic… okay, thinking I should include a quick opening statement/preface about the Mosaic Law…(which is a great study)…(Following preface will connect the next excerpted reading… that ties into previous post…THANKS for Your patience!:)

What do You already know about the Mosaic Law? What do You already know about Federal Laws of the United States? Comparative numbers to size and scope and reach and depth… The entire code… Mosaic Law has 600 laws…that’s it. Federal laws of the U.S. fill over 150,000 pages of legal books and every couple years more than 600 laws are being added…MOUNTAINOUS MAN-MADE LAWS!… yet, do any of us feel any safer or more secure?? Or dignified or respected?? Or feel FREE-er?!;) The Bible talks about the Law of Love written on hearts… that would compassionately govern important areas of life. Here, in the States, with all the rules and regulations filling all these legal books:  are people full of honesty? and impartiality? Peace? security?! joy? Do we feel super-safer/protected?! Hmmm….

Quick term(s) to keep in mind:

Mosaic Law:

“The Law that Jehovah God gave Israel through Moses in the wilderness of Sinai in 1513 B.C.E. The first five books of the Bible are often referred to as the Law.​—Joshua 23:6,  “Now you must be very courageous to observe and carry out all that is written in the book of the Law of Moses by never deviating from it to the right or to the left, ; Luke 24:44 “He then said to them: “These are my words that I spoke to you while I was yet with you, that all the things written about me in the Law of Moses and in the Prophets and Psalms must be fulfilled.” [excerpted New World Translation Glossary of Bible Terms]

“Why Did the Law Require Sacrifices?”….[excerpted: How Can You Have a Happy Life? Section 13]

“The soul of the flesh is in the blood, and I myself have put it upon the altar for you to make atonement for your souls.”—LEVITICUS 17:11.

GOD made provision for individuals and for the nation as a whole to atone for their sins by means of sacrifices, or offerings. According to the Law, anyone committing a sin had to rectify the wrong and then present to Jehovah an appropriate offering. Various sins required specific offerings, and these provided a measure of relief from guilt.—Leviticus 5:5-7.

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Go for the moon

 “You must not follow after the crowd to do evil, and you must not pervert justice by giving testimony to go along with the crowd.*(or testimony that is popular)” Exodus 23:22

Any of us can courageously choose NOT to go along with the crowd! IS it an easy course, at times,…no. However, the real thinkers and innovative doers/accomplishers of timelessness goodness…did…outside the boxes of commodity…conformity. Breaking the jello mold…(“watch it wiggle, see it jiggle”… old jello jingle…:) in other words… fear of man, or fear of what Others think or giving up or giving in because of… eats away pieces of integrity.

History is full of examples both positive & negative… impacts of past societies…

Are my personal values making me susceptible or impervious… to Others’ opinions of me?? Yeah, to a degree, of course, it’s only natural to want those You deeply love to think kindly of You…approval of family and society can be two different things… or one and the same type of thing… sometimes, neither society nor family accept..aka fully appreciate and treat me as outcast…(my (Bible) beliefs and (high-compassion) values) have brought me there…(obviously; IF it mattered most to me… winning approval over despising shame… would I write and publish most of this spiritual stuff on this blog?! It’s the slight space between being sensitive to Others and not letting the sensitivities of Others dictate;) my every choice in the matters that matter most.

And what matters most to me??

(Hmmm… living compassion; probably…and white pebbles)… (we all need encouragement/support so… am thankful! for the family/friends i do have who put up with me;)…

Resistance is NOT futile and possible…[excerpted: Resist the Pressure of Public Opinion w 2010] Thinking of a person/example of Compassion and thinking of a person who swam in the opposite direction of society and expectations thereof, etc. of his day… who treated women, children and any other underdog with deserved dignity and respect… check it out please…

“Greeks, Romans, and Judeans all considered honor and shame to be pivotal values in their cultures,” says one scholar. “Men lived and died in quest of honor, reputation, fame, approval, and respect.” Such values made them susceptible to the opinions of others.

Status, position, and honor were everything in a society characterized by an acute awareness of rank, ranging from nobility to slavery. Honor was a person’s value not only in his own eyes but in the eyes of others as well. To honor a person meant to acknowledge publicly that he behaved in a way expected of him. Rendering honor also meant being outwardly impressed by a person’s wealth, office, or nobility and therefore according him due attention. Honor could be won by performing virtuous deeds or by excelling over others. In contrast, shame, or dishonor, accompanied public humiliation or ridicule. More than a personal feeling or a response of one’s conscience, it was the result of condemnation by society.

When Jesus spoke about a person’s being assigned “the most prominent place” or “the lowest place” at a feast, it was a matter of honor or shame according to the culture of the day. (Luke 14:8-10) On at least two occasions, Jesus’ disciples disputed over “which one of them seemed to be greatest.” (Luke 9:46; 22:24) They were manifesting a major concern of the society in which they lived. Meanwhile, proud and competitive Jewish religious leaders saw Jesus’ preaching as a challenge to their honor and authority. Their attempts to get the better of him in public debates before crowds, however, invariably resulted in failure.—Luke 13:11-17.

Another concept current in first-century Jewish, Greek, and Roman thinking was the shamefulness of being “seized and publicly charged with wrongdoing.” For a person to be bound or confined was viewed as degrading. Such treatment insulted an individual before friends, family, and the general community—whether he was convicted of a crime or not. The stigma thereafter attached to his reputation could shatter his self-respect and damage his relationship with others. More shameful than being bound was the indignity of being stripped or flogged. Such treatment incited contempt and derision, depriving the person of his honor.

Execution on a torture stake subjected the victim to the worst of all possible indignities. Such an execution was “the penalty for slaves,” says scholar Martin Hengel. “As such it symbolized extreme humiliation, shame and torture.” Social pressure to renounce a person who was dishonored in this way was brought upon his family and friends. Since Christ died in this manner, all who wanted to be Christians in the first century C.E. thus had to face the challenge of public ridicule. Most people likely considered it absurd for someone to identify himself as a follower of a man who suffered impalement. “We preach Christ impaled,” wrote the apostle Paul, “to the Jews a cause for stumbling but to the nations foolishness.” (1 Cor. 1:23) How did the early Christians face this challenge?

In order to maintain his integrity to Jehovah God, Jesus underwent the most dishonorable execution possible. “He endured a torture stake, despising shame.” (Heb. 12:2) Jesus’ enemies slapped him, spat on him, stripped him, flogged him, impaled him, and reviled him. (Mark 14:65; 15:29-32) Yet, Jesus despised the shame that they attempted to heap on him. How? He refused to shrink from such treatment. Jesus knew that he lost no dignity in Jehovah’s eyes, and he certainly sought no glory from men. Even though Jesus died the death of a slave, Jehovah dignified him by resurrecting him and giving him the most honorable place next to Him. At Philippians 2:8-11, we read: “[Christ Jesus] humbled himself and became obedient as far as death, yes, death on a torture stake. For this very reason also God exalted him to a superior position and kindly gave him the name that is above every other name, so that in the name of Jesus every knee should bend of those in heaven and those on earth and those under the ground, and every tongue should openly acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God the Father.”

What about us today? Things the world considers foolish, weak, and ignoble, God views as wise, powerful, and honorable. (1 Cor. 1:25-28 “Because a foolish thing of God is wiser than men, and a weak thing of God is stronger than men. For you see his calling of you, brothers, that there are not many wise in a fleshly way *(or by human standards),not many powerful, not many of noble birth *(or from important families), 27 but God chose the foolish things of the world to put the wise men to shame; and God chose the weak things of the world to put the strong things to shame; 28 and God chose the insignificant things of the world and the things looked down on, the things that are not, to bring to nothing the things that are,” 

Would it not be foolish and shortsighted for us to be influenced entirely by public opinion?

 Whether You Reader:) are a follower of Christ (or choose another role-model/mentor) or not… it begs the self-reflection questions: am I unduly influenced by society and public opinion…(and for the better or for the worse/to my own detriment)?? Would I willingly despise shame, face public ridicule, torture for my personal belief system?? Is my personal belief system worth it?! And what did Jesus preach/teach…a timeless message of Peace & Compassion and help for the underdog!!!

Society and societies have let free/walk…violent criminals against humanity and basic compassion.

Think about it where is Today’s society taking me… to peace, joy, happiness, life?!…

No, a violent, non-compassionate, self-serving society is one I will balk!… and I choose to remain politically neutral and a conscientious objector

I will continue to spiritually fight with all my might to NOT conform!!!…I invite You Reader:) to flee from the elements of society that are hurting Humanity, You and the Planet… namely, false religion, fake government, materialism, and commercialism/big business!

As previous societies have past/passed away..so, this current-present society will end… who will survive??!…

The END of Framework (Part 1)

The END of Framework (Part 2)

End of Framework (Part 3)

Further context IF needed:

The GREATEST MAN Lives For SO MUCH MORE…:)

The GREATEST MAN Who Ever Lived: Killed! (Part 1?)

Loving the GREATEST MAN who EVER Lived (aka part 2 of previous post)

Loving the GREATEST MAN who EVER Lived (aka part 2 of previous post)

Where are You Taking Me? (You’ll See!)

11/13/17 @ 3:33 p.m.

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God insights Joan Winifred justice

What am I truly promoting?!… counseling?!

Deceit is in the heart of those who plot mischief, But those who promote peace have joy.” PRO verbs 12:20

11/07/17 @ 2:03 p.m.

Addendum:  Joy’s distinctions…[excerpted highlights: Joy-a Quality We Acquire From God w February, 2018]

We should not confuse being joyful with simply being jovial or cheerful. To illustrate: After too many drinks, a drunkard may be in a hilarious mood. However, when he sobers up, he laughs no more, and he may return to a life full of sorrow and troubles. His momentary exuberance was not true joy.​—Prov. 14:13…”Even in laughter the heart may feel pain, and rejoicing may end in grief.”

Joy, in contrast, is a deep-seated quality of the heart. It has been defined as “the emotion excited by the acquisition or expectation of good.” Joy is a state of happiness or gladness that remains whether the conditions around us are pleasant or not. (1 Thess. 1:6) In fact, a person can be disturbed about something but still have joy in his heart. For example, the apostles were flogged for speaking about the Christ. Yet, they “went out from before the Sanhedrin, rejoicing because they had been counted worthy to be dishonored in behalf of his name.” (Acts 5:41) Obviously, they were not rejoicing over the flogging they had received. But as servants of God, they found true joy in keeping their integrity to him.

We are not born with such joy; nor does it develop automatically. Why not? Because true joy is part of the fruitage of God’s holy spirit. With the help of God’s spirit, we can fully develop “the new personality,” which includes joy. (Eph. 4:24; Gal. 5:22) And when we develop joy, we are better able to cope with the stresses of life.

God of Bible (not same “god” found in fake religion(s) that promotes hatred/violence/killing; deeds robbing others of Joy, etc.)… is JOY FULL...

Jehovah intended for good things to develop on the earth, not the bad things that we see so often today. Yet, the wicked deeds of others do not rob Jehovah of joy. God’s Word states: “Strength and joy are in his dwelling place.” (1 Chron. 16:27) Furthermore, the good things that are being accomplished by his servants make “[Jehovah’s] heart rejoice.”​—Prov. 27:11.

We can imitate Jehovah by not becoming overly concerned when things do not work  out as we had expected. Rather than lose our joy, we can focus on the good things we have now and wait patiently for the better things ahead. 

We can also find many Biblical examples of humans who maintained joy in the face of trying circumstances. Abraham is one who endured life-threatening situations and difficulties caused by others. (Gen. 12:10-20; 14:8-16; 16:4, 5; 20:1-18; 21:8, 9) Despite such pressures, Abraham maintained joy in his heart. How did he do so? He had clearly in mind his hope of living in the new world under the Messiah’s rule. (Gen. 22:15-18; Heb. 11:10) Jesus said: “Abraham your father rejoiced greatly at the prospect of seeing my day.” (John 8:56) We can imitate Abraham by pondering the joys ahead.​—Rom. 8:21.

We also treasure the gift of life and our ability to enjoy it. (Eccl. 3:12, 13) As intelligent creatures who have been drawn by Jehovah, we understand God’s will for us. (Col. 1:9, 10) Hence, we have real meaning and direction in our lives. On the other hand, the majority of mankind have no clear concept of life’s purpose. Highlighting this contrast, Paul wrote: “‘Eye has not seen and ear has not heard, nor have there been conceived in the heart of man the things that God has prepared for those who love him.’ For it is to us God has revealed them through his spirit.” (1 Cor. 2:9, 10)

Joy is good medicine…:)

“If you are happy and satisfied with your life now, you are more likely to be healthy in the future.” That is what a researcher at the University of Nebraska in the United States wrote after reviewing a number of studies on health. This is in agreement with the Bible, which says: “A joyful heart is good medicine.” (Prov. 17:22) Yes, as you increase your joy, you are likely to have better physical health.

WAYS to INCREASE JOY:)

Keep your life simple and uncluttered.​—Luke 12:15 ” Then he said to them: “Keep your eyes open and guard against every sort of greed (covetousness), because even when a person has an abundance, his life does not result from the things he possesses.

Be modest in your expectations.​—Mic. 6:8 “He has told you, O man, what is good. And what is Jehovah requiring (*asking back) of you? Only to exercise justice, (*to be just or to be fair) to cherish loyalty, (*Or “to be kind and loyal in your love.” Lit., “to love loyal love.”)And to walk in modesty with your God!

Make sure that your schedule (for employment, schooling, recreation, and so forth) allows you to pursue spiritual goals.​—Eph. 5:15, 16  So keep strict watch that how you walk is not as unwise but as wise persons,  making the best use of your time, (*Lit., “buying out the appointed time.”) because the days are wicked.”

Be reasonable with yourself and others.​—Phil. 4:5.”Let your reasonableness {not quarrelsomeness} become known to all men. The Lord is near.”

In what ways can i (patiently:) increase JOY today; this moment in time

(what is the True God of Compassion telling me?? Am i listening??)

11/08/17 @ 11:15 a.m.

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Exclusivity Rights and FAIR Use

Joan Winifred justice

had an epiphany of sorts…tonight…watching of all things “Shark Tank”…w/Hubby & Kids…

a couple exiting after a deal-made…hubby & wifey happily hugged…and a shark made a remark about her hugging Hubby instead of him/shark…to which the husband piped up/asserted laughingly and said…”i have exclusivity rights!”  The hug-less Shark snickered and shut-up.

businesses and contracts and various works, etc…have “legal” exclusivity rights and of course, Fair Use…is involved…

relationships are works!…(they take a lot of Work (and some more than Others, eh?) …works in progress/progression and it is only “logical” that some of these have exclusivity rights…(attached).

 

Isn’t it the “Just”-ice type (fair) thing to do…Respect People’s Rights… to/of exclusivity??

 

7/19/17 @ 8:39 p.m.

published 8/10/17 @ 9:46 a.m.

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How SAD–Stepping/Stomping on “Human” Rights…

Breathing-Fragile-Life Fundamental Human Rights Joan Winifred justice

Fellow-Beautiful-Breathing-Fragile-Life have Fundamental “Human” Rights of Respect!…etc…You step/stomp on One, You step/stomp on All-of-Us-Fellow-Beautiful-Breathing-Fragile-Life deserving of dignity, respect, love, appreciation, peace, freedom!

The Order of Parental Glory…(check it out:)…excerpted…Jw.org Newsroom:

The Order of “Parental Glory” was instituted by presidential decree in May 2008. Russia awards this honor to parents who have raised at least seven children and have shown extraordinary care for their family’s health and education, as well as their physical, mental, and moral development. Families awarded the Order are considered models that strengthen the family institution.

NEW YORK—On May 31, 2017, Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the Order of “Parental Glory” to Valeriy and Tatiana Novik, Jehovah’s Witnesses from Karelia, who raised eight children, during a ceremony in Moscow at the Kremlin.

Newsweek article…

“Families like yours, large and full of generous parental love, embody centuries-old traditions of empathy and kindness, show through their example that no obstacles stand before the desire to act constructively and do good, and offer beacons for those reflecting on their own choice of future road,” Putin said at the ceremony.

“We view this award as an acknowledgment that the free Bible education provided by Jehovah’s Witnesses helps parents and their children to be productive citizens not only in Russia but all over the world,” David A. Semonian, a spokesman for Jehovah’s Witnesses at their world headquarters in New York, said in a statement last week. “We hope that this award presented by President Putin is considered on July 17, 2017, when the Russian Supreme Court reviews the decision to liquidate the Administrative Center of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.” [excerpted article: JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES IN RUSSIA RECEIVE PARENTING AWARDS FROM PUTIN, SPARKING HOPE ON BAN APPEAL Newsweek]

“Extremist??”…uh-huh, extremely kind, extremely compassionate, extremely peaceful, extremely hard working…Oh, and extremely educated! 🙂

12:03 p.m. 7/17/17

p.s. the Spanish/Russian Videos have watched in English…positive/favorable remarks so, hoping translations are “accurate” in Russian. {Don’t have link at the moment for English translation.}

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attitude choice forgiveness horses insights justice pain

may be??

MAY BE (a strong may be)

you

amuse

me…(a l-i-t-t-l-e; i’ll admit)

so

that’s

why

i

tolerate

(        )

but

i

won’t

be

baited…

i am no easy catch

of

the

day!

neigh, neigh…i have fast gallopping legs..

(a spiritual mind outruns physical/material mind)

 

6/30/17 @ 5:51 p.m.

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