You should not be hateful to anyone. It's not of God. I'm praying for you . Ignorance is in your comment. You think before you speak, hate is a horrible thing. Love your neighbor, I meant no harm to anyone. I honestly just wanted answers. Opinions, not hate,I am not a ignorant person! I am a God fearing person that does not claim to be educated in astrology. But I thought Mr. Woodward was. And wanted him to see my post. That's it, no name calling, or putting people down was in my thoughts.
Why are you so mean? I am not dumb, or stupid. Does it make you feel better to put others down? You are in my prayers .
Freedom of speech means nothing without freedom of thought, Without freedom of thought there is no truth. Without truth there is no wisdom,
Heard a great line once, "You can lead a horse to water; if he's thirsty he will drink. You can give a man the answers, but you can't make him think."
well well guys, knowledge is sought because your soul thirsts. No one on this forum was told to look into this or that, it was an awareness call. our proclamations are but warning signs on the highway of ignorance
By being gradually persuasive.
Just telling them flat out what's going on will send them into complete denial and the taught-in response most of them have.
You gotta inform people at their own level of understanding and progress further as they are catching on.
I like it straight up please tell me
Truth only needs to be spoken (in the vernacular of the audiences). Truth is energized when acted upon (understanding optional), but when truth is not adhered to then consequences begin to steamroll (small at first many times but building as the truth is rejected).
I heard it once described as the "Brickwall Principle." There is a stop sign before a perpendicular road. Immediately across the street is a massive brick wall. Those of good sense will stop, look both ways and proceed. Those without a sound mind will continue headlong into the brickwall.
In other words, you can lead a horse to water, if he's thirsty he will drink. You can give a man the answers, but you can't make him think.