a. The Gosnell trials
I really don't have words to describe the horrors that happened in the murder factory (I refuse to acknowledge such places as doctor's offices). Apparently there are closing arguments going on. I have not kept up much on the trials, but I do know one thing:
I have zero confidence in the justice system, if OJ can be found innocent, anything can happen.
A doctor does not kill intentionally, there is no such thing as an "abortion doctor"
b. Jason Collins? Who
Don't tell me it's "brave" to tell the world who you choose to sleep with. Apparently gets a congratulatory phone call from the occupants in the white house. Who one chooses to sleep with is not anyone's business. It's kind of funny, an issue that would have been ignored or no big deal is now made a big deal now that it's in public. Again, it's the seeking of public approval of things that are not required to be approved by anyone. It was bad enough when Griner came out the other week. The hilarious thing is that we know that these people have these inclinations for the most part and these public revelations are not shocking.
c. Boston, Texas
Further proof that the gov't should not run health insurance, hospitals, etc. They can't even catch the guys WHEN THEY HAVE THE INFORMATION. They should have never been let into the country in the first place.
d. Prayer Requests
If y'all in your charity can continue to pray for my sister, I'd really appreciate it....and for a special intention which I will mention in public later.
Someone asked whether love was a merely feeling or an emotion: I said, neither. It is an act of the will. It is something that always must be worked at. Feelings and emotions go on highs and lows, and if those were the basis of love, God help us all because I really don't think society would be able to function if love was merely an emotional feeling of self satisfaction....thus endeth my thought of the day.