Way of courage

Sunday, February 3, 2019
11:07 AM

Way of courage is being responsible for your actions.


If it is not in your plans, and you do it, because of opportunity, you can not be trusted, if you do things that are irresponsible (make negative choices).

With stress comes pain, wherefore of YOUR evil old ways interest rates are waning, and you will owe ME.

It is still not too late to repent and publicly apologize and heal my feelings.

If you did it once, protected by the crowd, when no one needed you to, you claim it as your way… Such is conspiracy

If you did it, as the only one, more than once, you claim it as your way. If it was only once or a reasonable trial period, you don’t have to claim it. (But don’t assume you were the only one, because you would have a hard time proving that you weren’t conspiring.)

When you shouldn’t do unto others as they do unto you, it is bad what they do. When they do unto others as others do unto them, but not the others that did it to them, they are displacing blame, because they KNOW IT IS WRONG, and it is not going forward with the ‘courage of perfection‘.


Causing others stress is ‘acting gross’. This acting gross as a habit, or in concert with others, may not be a crime, but it is a tort and can be a symptom of crime.


*when being listened to, making others gross or trip up. (Bad timing, negative energy)

*behavior is thoughtless rude and or socially unacceptable. (Wants to be a threatening person that someone avoids or leaves)
*misplace the blame, because they KNOW IT IS WRONG, and not going forward with the ‘courage of perfection‘.

You could call yourself a doctor but not abide by the principles of a healer ‘to do no harm’, such as the sounds coming from your location.


Personal intent (to hurt the one suing) does not need to be established, only that it was purposeful.

Setting a bad example and not teaching others who look to you for support, that it us wrong only subjects all of you to… Joint and several liability https://g.co/kgs/2FmC6p

Knocking at the door of those you have abused, for forgiveness, instead of (before you need) help? I doubt it. Either way, your pride won’t save you (won’t let you save yourself). (And it is not a sign of maturity or way of courage.)

Reasonableness is a basis (determining factor) of most American law, and so it would be considered a determining factor (ruling choice) in ‘common sense’. Ergo, if you are not being reasonable, you are not using any common sense. And most likely you won’t have the law on your side and possibly could be considered too aggressive rather than assertive. (And won’t have mental health on your side.) Which is therefore very disappointing to me, and so you will always be a disappointment…

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