When I encounter a hostile person you know what I do?
I pray! I pray for the person, I am happy to pray for the person. Isn't it better to say I will pray for you and not say "@!#$$ son of a !@#$#%"
Asked by Anonymous at 1:38 AM on Apr. 26, 2010 in Religion & Beliefs
NP, lol, if that's how you need to paint "me" to serve your purpose, be my guest. I made myself clear where I was coming from, I also made the distinction that the person wouldn't even know I said a prayer for them so how anybody can see fit to judge my actions as insulting or self-serving is beyond me. You don't know what my interests are or what I have consideration for or not. I guess how you see it depends on your MO and your own personal POV...I prefer to see it as I have consideration for them 'as a person', I love them as a fellow human being and I would pray for them out of consideration and compassion for whatever they are going through at the moment that would cause them to act that way because I've probably been in a similar situation and I feel for them. Take that how ever you want or need to.
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