We are a people of unwanted truth. If you tell someone a believable lie, they are more incline to believe it. But if you pour your heart out and give the cold hard fact, they find you unbelievable. The truth is supposed to set you free but instead, it turns you into a great liar. People judge you from the way you look, type of car you drive, what side of town you live on. They don’t care if you live in a dumpster as long as you drive a nice car, wear stylish clothes and shoes and say you have a good job. They treat you with a different kind of hate. It’s the type of hate that stereotype someone who is struggling to make it through the day. People would rather get their hair fixed, nails painted and sport new shoes than assist someone in dire need. So, neighbors start to break into each other’s homes because they can’t stand to be without. What happen to when life was simple? Now, the unbelievable prices of electric service, food prices plummeting to the ceciling, and the unbalanced prices of fuel is bringing “hate” to a boil. The smallest incident is sending someone to the morgue or hospital because of the irrational belief that money is everything. We have become a country of wanting it all for ourselves. When is enough, enough. Does someone need two hundred pairs of shoes in order to have a well-rounded wardrobe? Can you sleep in six bedrooms just because it the space you want? Does an athlete who can throw, catch, and run deserve to be paid million just to have a decent life? “Heaven is watching.” Our Saviour is looking at the greedy side of our heart. He sees how people are threated as though we are not his children. He wants Heaven and Earth to know that everything thereof is his to give and take when he chooses. Some are given so many blessings. They tell the story of how hard they worked to get what is rightfully theirs. It’s okay to have enough to say, you are comfortable. But, is it okay to have more than you will ever need and not pass some of it on to others who need your hand-me-downs. So, on that note, we are sending our soul to hell because we are selfish. Yet, some say they are christians, while others are sinners. Once we start to care about our family, friends and neighbors, the world seem different. If we continue to use the “mine” word, life here on Eath will always be hard. Others will take your joy away because they need someone to hate on. Yet, we still have to be careful about freeloaders who are out to just get what they want. There is simply no excuse for not looking out for those who are trying to “keep going” as the daily task of living keep them in a bind.