Wherein I "rip-off" another writer on the web. Giving due credit and sharing good stuff.
Today's choice is from Happy Catholic on "obedience" - that "dirty" word:
Contemplating this over the last year has helped me care immensely when I
am disobedient. And I am disobedient, I am sorry to admit. Much more
often than I care to say.
Aren't we all?
Beginning with Adam and Eve, disobedience is the original human sin. It
is the one that makes us ignore our inner voice of "what is right" and
do what we want anyway.
It sounds fine until it interferes with what we'd really like.
Then, in fine American independence we spit the word "obedient" as if it
is a curse and defiantly stamp to emphasize our right to do what we
like. If we have to stamp on the person next to us who doesn't agree,
well then, so be it. That's what they deserve for trying to restrict my
right to do whatever I like. I'd better tell everyone while I'm doing it
so they may applaud my independence.
That is all very American.
But is it Catholic?
Is it Christ-like?
Click here to read the whole post - and do! It's great!
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