If I was giving her an example of unforgiveness, then I wouldn’t be helping her any in that direction either.

I _suspect_ she’s probably the office bully that pushed her way around and went too far with this. Big fish, small pond. Got called on it.

I probably wouldn’t like her if I met her.

I’d probably think in my head, “really, Kim, you could do better than that! You have all the tools there to be a better person if you want.”

But if the cracked form of Christianity she grew up with didn’t emphasize the forgiveness parts and instead emphasized, THESE ARE OUR ENEMIES!… well, I kinda feel sorry for her.

She didn’t _get_ the Christian message and that’s kinda sad, because modern humanist message is the basic Christian message. That’s where the humanist ideals came from; from a distillation of basic Christian forgiveness principles.

So, if this is all the case, which it may not be – speculation on my part; I feel pity for her rather than anger. I still don’t don’t have to like her, but I don’t think she stood a chance. If I was giving her an example of unforgiveness, then I wouldn’t be helping her any in that direction either.

But that ^ is why I couldn’t share this Meme. I can’t call someone a hypocrite while being hypocritical myself. TELLING SOMEONE they should be forgiving isn’t the same as BEING forgiving.

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