It’s a Trap!

You know they had me. I was sympathetic. I too suffer from chronic pain. It can be absolutely miserable at times. To the point you wish you could just jump out of your own body. But alas it can’t be done until your self finally leaves it’s meat bag.

But yeah, they had me. Right up until they Jeebus-ed me. I felt violated. Cheated. Lied to. Suckered. The amount of pain and discomfort this person was relating was a level I could only think as miserable beyond belief. Now I’m leaning towards it might be a wee bit of a stretch, after they pulled the ole switcheroo.

When someone pulls a stunt like that, it surely makes me wonder, was this just another just so story from liars for jeebus? It sure feels like it. If it isn’t, I’d sure like to know how the hell Jeebus makes a difference…

I did not bother to comment. Not worth my time.

https://wordpress.com/read/blogs/110207926/posts/8053

I’ve got to learn to stop investigating the WP teasers… But every once in a while it works out πŸ˜‰

8 thoughts on “It’s a Trap!

  1. Sadly religious people are oblivious to their victim blaming, ableist bullshit. Also sadly, even non religious people can fall into the same trap. Most cultures on earth worship the healthy and wealthy…until that changes, those of us with illnesses will be frowned upon and blamed. I keep waiting for the disability movement to have something like a ‘me too’ moment, but it never seems to come.

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    • There is an unmistakable stigma that follows the disabled around. I don’t let that bother me much. I know who/what I am, where I’ve been, what I’ve accomplished in this world. I’ve no major regrets. It was hard work in a hostlie environment that took me where I am, which in and of itself is nothing much to brag about, but it’s a heckuva lot better off than I was. It is also this hard work in a hostile environment that did my my back in.

      So, anyone has anything negative to say about my disability I’ll smack em upside the head! I earned it the hard way. I also paid plenty into the system that provides the measures to help people who these things happen to. So, I’ll smack em upside the head twice. πŸ˜‰

      Most of the people who would frown upon the disabled, from whatever cause, are sad pathetic people. Unfortunately those people, I have to assume will always be with us. So until we get that me too movement, just be proud of who you are. The sad pathetic people will always fear that light from within, for they know not what it is.

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  2. There are SO many blogs like this. Recovering from DV, recovering from sexual or physical abuse, recovering from anything … you click on it, thinking you’re going to get some good advice, some new insight & … it’s all about praying to God, turning to Jesus, surrendering your pain to a higher power … nothing that really HELPS. It’s annoying … to say the least.

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  3. You didn’t see those “key words” under the post title?!!?

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  4. Jesus is always there to comfort us we just don’t get any relief from believing it.

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