Do Not Be Discouraged

Encouragement and Personal Development

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tough choices and deep questionsHere are some “tough questions” sent to me in an email from a friend.

The first question:

If you knew a woman who was pregnant, and she already had 8 children;
three of her children are deaf,
two of her children are blind,
one of her children is mentally retarded,
and to top it all off, the woman has syphilis….

Would you tell her it’s OK to have an abortion?

(just keep that one in the back of your head for a moment)

Now, the second question:

In this scenario, it’s time to elect a leader and your vote will be the deciding factor in who is chosen.

Here’s some information on the candidates you can choose from.

The first candidate:
Associates with currupt politicians, and consults with astrologists.
Has had two mistresses.
Chain smokes cigarettes.
Drinks 8 to 10 martinis per day.

The second candidate:
Was kicked out of office two times.
Always sleeps in until noon.
Used opium throughout college.
Drinks an entire quart of whiskey every night.

The third candidate:
Is a decorated war hero and veteran.
Is a vegetarian.
Does not smoke cigarettes,
Only drinks an occasional beer.
Has never committed adultery.

So, which of these candidates would get your necessary vote?

Make your choice … no peeking, then scroll down.

The first candidate is Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The second candidate is Winston Churchill.
The third candidate is Adolph Hitler.

Now, for your answer to the abortion question:

If you answered “yes”, then you would have counseled Beethoven’s mother to abort him.

It’s something to think about, isn’t it?
Think before judging someone.

“If you judge people, you have no time to love them.”
– Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta

“It is just as cowardly to judge an absent person as it is wicked to strike a defenseless one. Only the ignorant and narrow-minded gossip, for they speak of persons instead of things.”
– Fr. Lawrence G. Lovasik

One thought on “Tough Questions

  1. judging…mother theresa was right, as bible said.we may not judge people, specially for innocent one. I learn something, when we judge people, we aren’t better than whom we judged, even we’re worse

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