Some people say we should always mind our own business and never tell anyone else what to so. Fair enough. We know there are some busybodies who need reprimanding. On the other side of the coin, people who live by the words 'always mind your own business' rarely have sound advice to offer to someone who needs it that is of real value. Comments?
"Spiritual people are usually called to live their lives at an accelerated pace, but that will also include some slower things like caution and patience. It is also good to seek out, and fellowship, with others who have been called to work at that same pace. In some cases, it is a relay race, and you will need at some time to pass along the baton to another person, even to Jesus Himself."
- The Rev. (Milesofsmilespublishing.com)
“If there is no room for free expression, walk away. Some people might allow you the freedom to speak, but will not allow themselves the freedom to hear you.”
- The Rev.
I make it a point in my personal philosophy not to give opinions about things that I know very little about. I also make it a point in my personal philosophy not to listen to people who give opinions about things that they know very little about.
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”
A 'desire to learn' is the only thing that will be required of the contributors to this site. A person does not need to have a strong opinion on something to contribute to the conversation. In fact, having questions can often be more appropriate.