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Gang Stalking – Nelson Mandela, a man of Dignity.

English: Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, Gaute...

English: Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg, Gauteng, on 13 May 1998 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

English: A USSR stamp, 70th Birth Anniversary ...

English: A USSR stamp, 70th Birth Anniversary of Nelson Mandela. Date of issue: 18th July 1988. Designer: B. Ilyukhin. Michel catalogue number: 5853. 10 K. multicoloured. Portrait of Nelson Mandela (fighter for freedom of Africa). Русский: Марка СССР Н. Мандела (1988, ЦФА №5971). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

Oh, God, I’m so tired of the b.s.  How does anyone survive this for years and years?  They must be very strong people.  I think of Mandela and wonder how he survived 27 years of torture.  He had to work in the mines and put up with things worse  than I’ve ever had to handle.

 

I think of Mandela and I’m awed by him.  After spending 27  years of  inhumane treatment by horrible people, he got his freedom and went on with his life.

 

He became President of  South Africa and  a spokesman for all the people all over the world who were victims of torture.  And not once, not once, did Mandela complain about all his years of torture.  He never really looked back.  He continues to enjoy life and love his family.

 

Mandela, if you haven’t heard, is very sick.  He’s  95-years-old now.  It amazes me that he lived such a long life after all his years of torture. I doubt that if I had to endure the torture Mandela did that I’d still be around.  Even now, with the harassment by the perps, I’m a weakling compare to Mandela.  Mandela forgave those who tortured him.  I can’t say that if I ever get out of this prison that I can forgive my harassers.

 

But Mandela forgave and he’s a better man for having done so. I’m trying to learn from Mandela on how to be more forgiving, because if I don’t forgive, it will be I who will really suffer. It will be I who will be bitter while all the perps carry on with their lives.

 

My wishes go out to Mandela that his health improves.  There are very few men left who have his charisma. We can’t afford to lose a giant like him.  A giant who forgave those who tried to take away his dignity.  But that’s one thing they never did, take away his dignity. He lived a life of dignity and he’ll die in dignity.

 

Mandela, I send you my very best wishes.  I know when you leave this earth, you’re definitely going to a better place. And thanks for being such a great influence in my life.

 

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Gang Stalking – PostaDay 2011 – When is it okay not to practice the golden rule?

I believe in practicing the golden rule: do unto others as  I would like done unto me. We should treat others with respect and dignity. We shouldn’t be rude to others and say nasty things.

But…at the same time, I believe in doing unto others what they do unto me. I don’t believe that I should let someone abuse me. Never! If someone makes rude remarks, is unkind to me, treats me like dirt, then  the golden rule gets tossed out the window. Why should I put with someone’s abuse?

I lived with my sister for a while, after my gang stalking started. At the beginning, I didn’t know my sister knew about what was happening to me and was taking part in the gang stalking. And then I found out the truth. I did nothing. I didn’t try to get even. I didn’t retaliate. And this went on for a while. I wouldn’t retaliate because she is my sister. She seemed to have no trouble, though, harassing me and using a weapon against me. Finally, I decided, she is  my sister, but she was hurting me and I was not going to take it anymore. So I began to resort to doing to her what she did to me. She didn’t like it one bit. She never said anything, but I could see it on her face.  I tossed the golden rule out the window.  I shouldn’t have to take anyone’s abuse, not even my sister’s.

I know there are people who believe that we should not retaliate.  They believe that God will take care of getting even for us. Sometimes God is too busy, and he would like us to handle things ourselves.  It might  be years before God gets around to helping us.  He’s too busy helping those who won’t help themselves.

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