Tag Archives: self-rightousness

God as a Weapon

Do not use your talk of God as a weapon. Self-rigorousness is a sharp blade. When your talk of God makes me feel guilty, the word becomes poison. Be careful that you do not drink from this cup.

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Not My Fault

How many ways can we justify actions that are not in keeping with acts of love? Always it is someone else’s fault–our parents, the “system,” another person. Self- justification, self-righteousness blind our eyes and close our hearts. Only when we … Continue reading

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Stubbornness

Stubborn is not a quality that I admire and yet it can also be tenacity, unwilling to compromise integrity, being firm about my boundaries. The line is not always clear between stubborn self-righteousness and when I need to compromise, until … Continue reading

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