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Michael74

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Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.” Psalm 82:3-4 ESV
 

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Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute. Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked.” Psalm 82:3-4 ESV







You always quote the best verses Michael.
 

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I just read the article and my mom and I both agree that we don't think that the seat belts would be very effective. The driver couldn't keep looking back and making sure that everyone was buckled and the kids in that video weren't even staying in their seats.
 

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Let me tell you about one of the best things my mother ever did for me.

I used to come running home when the bigger kids got after me. I would begin screaming for Grandma to "Open the door!" from a block away.... with three or four of them right on my heels. And Grandma always did.

One day, unbeknownst to me, my mother was home from work. The same thing happened......... But, my mother calmly walked out and locked the door. I hit it and actually bounced off it.

From that day forward, I began to learn to fight my own battles.
I can tell you that would have ended with my death. The people who bullied me...well, one of them is doing life in prison, another one has serious mental health issues, a few have gone on to have a "great" life. Well so have I...have a great life. 3 wonderful children, 3 grandchildren, a career I love, living on the other side of the country from my hometown. I discovered that the ones who had a "great" life, have never lived more than 10 miles from their childhood home, vacation in the same places every stinking year, have no sense of adventure. Me? I moved about 2300 miles away, to a city I never, ever thought I'd live in, work for a company that treats me like GOLD (my boss is the owner of the company and heavily relies on me for many different things), drive a car I'd only dreamed of ever owning (that my incredible husband bought for me), am part of a close-knit church family, and generally enjoy the daylights out of every day. Yes, I have scars from the damage done, but I cut the toxic people out of my life.
 

Michael74

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Parents aren't allowed in the schools to monitor their children. How are they going to figure out who is bullying, and who is being falsely accused?
 

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