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Friday, November 6, 2009

Epekto ng RELIGIO class

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Iba talaga tama ng movies & lectures ni Sir! I can really apply his lessons to real life. Today we watched the movie David, it's about how a boy named David who was chosen by the God of Israel to be the king of his people. You know the David & Goliath story? Well that's just a part of the movie.

After he conquered Jerusalem, he committed two grave sins, he coveted his soldier's wife which resulted in the woman getting pregnant and he deployed the soldier to a battle that is lost right from the start.

The movie ended with David fasting and begging for his God's forgiveness.

David was a king, annointed by the God of Israel. He committed mistakes, he acknowledged these mistakes and begged for forgiveness. Which triggered my mind to think that if a king who were thought so highly of his own God, knows that he must apologize when he committed a mistake, no one has the right to say he or she doesn't need to apologize for he or she is not capable of making mistakes.

I kept on thinking....

"Even the greatest kings asked forgiveness for their mistakes. Who are you to say that you don't commit mistakes therefore you don't need to apologize? Get a dictionary and look up the word HUMILITY."

You know who you are and you or your reporters are probably reading this. Read and try to understand.

YOU ARE JUST A HUMAN BEING, CAPABLE OF MAKING MISTAKES, SO WHEN YOU DO, WHICH YOU ALREADY DID... ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR MISTAKES, ASK FORGIVENESS AND TRY TO MAKE IT RIGHT.

If you can't do this then I know you are indeed crazy, and I pity you for that.

To everyone else, we should know how to be humble, after all we are not perfect but we can try to be. Every once in a while, we might make bad decisions or create wrong solutions. It doesn't matter how big or small the mistakes we did, for what matters is that we admit that we were wrong, apologize for it and try to make it right.

With that, I bid you all good night and

Blessed be.

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