Part 3 -
She asks Matthew's mother if he's in surgery? And she lies about it because she doesn't want Sara's mother to freak out in case she comes to know that Matthew died.
Why I decided to post this bit is because when Sara's mother asks, if he's going to be okay, his mother says yes he'll.
In reference to yes, he'll be okay in God's hands. He's with God and he's safe.
Well, I don't think I've ever written about my faith. Everyone who knows me knows the fact that I speak about it. But I guess this is the first time, I'm going to write about it.
This is how I see it - as kids we were always told by our parents and teachers as to what was right and wrong. We were practically scared of doing the wrong things because we'd know we'd LITERALLY get a slashing out of that. As we grow up, we lose that fear, we decide for ourselves what's right and what's not, we decide for ourselves how to talk, how to treat people, which is I guess great, to have the freedom for your actions, but then how do you justify what's wrong? How do you justify people who are fearless even while holding hostages on gun point? How do you justify kids being raped before reaching adolescence?
I'm all for living life your own way, but I feel it is just so important for us to be fearful of someone who has greater authority. Maybe a force, a person, an entity, or whatever you call it.
We've to be scared of doing the wrong things that we know are wrong, NO matter however we want to justify those acts.
I know that every person who holds a gun on someone's head has a reason to do so. But then again, it is still Wrong. An eye for an eye makes the whole world go blind.
I hope, especially for this generation we're living in, to get this part straight.
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