Long history with my family has lead to understand, after many years of agony, I can't change anything or how others think of me.
Right after Christmas I was told by a family member, in which I have not talked to in more than 15 years, I feed off misery of others. I was told if it isn't true I need to prove it. Hearing this I shocked and didn't respond or ask questions I just stood there with my mouth open.
I usually keep to myself and I don't gossip about others. I know it is horrible to wish bad on others. I don't, the problem is I really don't care to correct the misconceptions from others about me. So this person thinks I thrive off her failures, I know I don't. Do I have any obligation to correct this? Is it enough that I don't wish harm? Do I really have to correct what others think of me? Is it my obligation, as a Christian, to correct those who think I don't act like a Christian?
Asked by Anonymous at 4:17 PM on Feb. 2, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
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