Thursday, November 25, 2010

Some Funny, Some Serious, Some Reflective

Some Funny, Some Serious , and Some Reflective

Some Funny-

Hey enjoy your Thanksgiving. There’s a lot to be thankful for and I wish you that wonderful ‘thankful’ and ‘grateful’ feeling that pushes aside selfishness and an ‘uppity pride’ that neglects and forgets those who are eating in less then desirable places with less then desirable company. It’s hard… and never more is the prayer “Lord, let them sleep in green pastures”, more poignant.

Some Serious..
The U.S. Supreme Court confers on Obama eligibility-

Brian Fitzpatrick has written a great article hear reporting Nov 23rd, 2010 the argument being heard on Kerchner v. Obama and finally a little light on the basics being presented to the Court of the necessity of “natural born citizen” as qualification of a U.S. President.

Most people can fundamentally understand the concept, but have less than a clue as to the importance of the qualification, and the implications and circumstances we are precariously finding our body politic in at this time.

While hindsight is 20/20 the travesty of finding yourself in trouble and standing in a bucket of do-do is still not a pretty sight to come to grips with, and the United States Citizenry may just be catching a glimpse of what the implications are at forsaking the wisdom of our United States Constitution and the disastrous rule of an unqualified candidate, as the value of the dollar declines and China and Russia prefer their own currency to the shaky value of the dollar.

When citizens put the two together-“Value Constitution, see dollar value rise” the truth revolution will gain the traction of one big ass 4 wheel drive mud digging truck! Wow!

Some reflective-

Thanksgiving was really well named. Our pioneering pilgrims were thankful to be in the new world, be alive, and being able to celebrate their ability to worship God freely.

Today is no different, though we have a few more paved roads, the fight, the pioneering spirit exist in every front that existed in the first celebration of Thanksgiving.

Our Constitution is threatened and hanging by a hair and with it our freedoms to worship. There are still religious and spiritual persecutions going on. Hell has not lost its fury.

Over the holidays coming, it is my prayer and wish, for you to come out of them more prepared, than more saddled with clutter.

Value is restored through truth and reckoning, and when value is lost the restoration can be painful. It’s a good time to ask God in your own home and in your own way just how you can dawn a new year more prepared. It’s time for YOU to make a list and check it twice for preparedness. What? I thought that was Santa Clauses job?

Prepared for what? Prepared to feed yourself and your family without a grocery store to go to? Prepared to deal with the lights going out? Prepared for the gas station to not be pumping gas? Prepared for the Earth to move in directions that you hadn’t supposed possible, and what I mean by the Earth moving is for the stability and security you have counted on to possibly change from out from under you quickly. Picture that, and make a list of “what will we do?” and “how can we make that better or a little easier?”

Are you prepared for all of the above? Well if your not, do you suppose if you worked towards that the next couple of months you would come out of the holidays with a holiday hangover for having spent too much on things that really don’t have anything to do with your preparation list, or with a better feeling to start the New Year?

The trilogy of Holidays, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years is a consortium of eating lots, spending too much money, and making resolutions that are dropped after two weeks.

I’m simply suggesting you strategically plan to come out of the Holidays in better shape then you are when you went into them. That is a choice that will make you feel so much better. I just love it when you’re smiling.

Cody Robert Judy

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