Spelling. Vocabulary. Comprehension.
Straightforward—aka easily understand to most—on-line dictionary definitions of above-mentioned:
spelling: the process or activity of writing or naming the letters of a word.
vocabulary: the body of words used in a particular language.words used on a particular occasion or in a particular sphere.the body of words known to an individual person.
comprehension: the action or capability of understanding something.
Many words make up a language. Our individual vocabularies differ as well as our comprehension and spelling skills and/or writing skills.
Two common words spoken/spelled/understood/embodied/expressed/written/lived in both common and uncommon ways by all of us: Love and hate.
Or strong like and/or strong dislike. Or less like or MORE LIKE..lol..:)
various gradients on the love to hate or hate to love spectrum occur.
I love love and i hate hate.
Love and hate can, at times, be viewed as “justice” terms/vocabulary.
When i love, what or who or how i love is “worthy” ? deserving of said love?!
Not to oversimplify the problems afflicting humankind, but to reduce things to a love/hate matter doesn’t seem illogical/unreasonable or overly-emotional to me.
Love and hate…false religion and true religion play major roles throughout history and modern-story continuously and as systems of so-called “justice” “law”…including today 1/23/19…on both the little screen/individual life and on the big screen/society at large.
false religion!!! (It rears its ugly head in different—even unexpected—places.)
it has destroyed many minds and many lives!!! 🙁
What goes around, as the truism states, comes around..
FALSE RELIGION WILL BE DESERVEDLY DESTROYED!!!
It’s like an intricately decorated fake cake. Eye fooled and tooth deceived by delusions of deliciousness.
Just about everyone would agree not everything labeled “food” is healthy or nutritious, eh?! And BTW: i LOVE ‘real’ Chocolate Cake, Yummy!:)…in moderation.
And OUCH i have a (wisdom) tooth needing pulling.
Some of us can spell f.o.o.d. correctly. Just because i can spell the word doesn’t mean i can cook. Or IF i can cook–i am a good cook. Or just because i enJOY eating doesn’t mean i know how to make or that i indeed make good/healthy eating choices.
Food come in various forms. So does religion.
From my studies, i’ve found it necessary and “healthy” (not just spiritually, but psychologically, mentally, emotionally, and physically) to clearly distinguish/differentiate between “true” and “false”.
Accurate = True. (Healthy for me.)
Inaccurate = False. (Unhealthy for me.)
False religion: It’s like a rotten-broken (so-called wisdom) tooth needing pulling…that causes excruciating pain or worse. 🙁
Or a rotten wood plank…a trap…plummeting people to the pit of hopelessness and despair and death beneath.
(The Bible truthfully foretells an Amazing Time of Divine Justice taking place.)
This will bring GREAT RELIEF TO HUMANITY!!!🙂
Love is the identifying mark of “True” religion.
Some reading: enJOY Truth seeker…”lex talionis”
The rule of “an eye for an eye” was part of God’s Law given by Moses to ancient Israel and was quoted by Jesus in his Sermon on the Mount. (Matthew 5:38, King James Version; Exodus 21:24, 25; Deuteronomy 19:21) It meant that when dealing out justice to wrongdoers, the punishment should fit the crime. * (This legal principle, sometimes referred to by the Latin term lex talionis, was also reflected in the legal system of some other ancient societies.)
The rule applied to deliberate injurious acts against another person. Regarding a willful offender, the Mosaic Law stated: “Fracture for fracture, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, the same sort of injury he inflicted should be inflicted on him.”—Leviticus 24:20.
The “eye for an eye” rule did not authorize or sanction vigilante justice. Rather, it helped appointed judges to impose punishments that were appropriate, being neither too harsh nor too lenient.
The rule also served as a deterrent to any who would intentionally harm others or scheme to do so. “Those who remain [those who observed God’s justice being carried out] will hear and be afraid,” explained the Law, “and they will never again do anything bad like this among you.”—Deuteronomy 19:20.
To Whom does this rule apply?
No, this rule is not binding on Christians. It was part of the Mosaic Law, which Jesus’ sacrificial death abolished.—Romans 10:4.
Even so, the rule provides insight into God’s way of thinking. For example, it shows that God values justice. (Psalm 89:14) It also reveals his standard of justice—namely, that wrongdoers should be disciplined “to the proper degree.”—Jeremiah 30:11.
Misconception: The “eye for an eye” rule authorized an endless cycle of personal vengeance.
Fact: The Mosaic Law itself stated: “You must not take vengeance nor hold a grudge against the sons of your people.” (Leviticus 19:18) Rather than promoting personal vengeance, the Law encouraged people to trust in God and in the legal system that he had authorized to right any wrongs.—Deuteronomy 32:35.
quick blurb: (my red & purple highlights)
1/23/19 @ 5:45 p.m.
From my observations/studies: remaining politically neutral at all times: this is the wisest course for me…as well as having no part of false religion and its practices; e.g., vindictive-vigilante justice.
(Religion is a lifestyle.)
(My lifestyle is living–(spelling correctly/comprehending deeply)– Agape Love to the best of my limited abilities.)
Us humans–have the imperfect/sick tendency to take our own limited sense of so-called ‘justice’ into our own ‘little’ hands…leading SADLY to very disastrous results for ourselves and others.:(
THANK YOU READER FOR LIVING AGAPE LOVE aka Divine Justice!:)