It is not in the course of human events, a particularly rugged political campaign, or a social environment that has begun to ignore the importance of human interaction that creates our present quandary.
G-Pop believes we have begun to dilute the human glue that allows us to stick together: an adherence to values and a respect which prefers kindness to judgment, mercy to critique and truth to deception.
G-Pop contends that if we don’t respect this glue, we will begin to fly off in all directions.
Here is the human glue:
- I will try to tell the truth.
- When I fail, I will step forward and admit I’m wrong and tell you I’m sorry.
- Since I am often wrong, I need to both forgive and be forgiven.
- I will determine to do better.
The absence of this wonderful mucilage of human emotion causes us to attack one another, often with violent conclusions.
We can no longer sit by and act as if this present situation is typical. It is not. It is a deteriorated state of consciousness which fails to recognize the need for grace.
Without human glue, we collapse.
We become unglued.
Published by Jonathan Cring