Saviors Of Earth

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My recent exchange with a member of the human race

I’ll tell you what happened to me yesterday. I work in a sports centre and while leaving the gym to go home I observed someone in a very expensive car throw an empty plastic bottle out of his window. I shouted out of my car window “that’s right just throw it out of your window PRICK!”. He subsequently stopped outside and challenged me.

“You don’t just swear at people, you ask them to pick it up”, he said. “You are an adult, you shouldn’t need to be told”, I retorted.

So he went in to the centre and reported me. The duty officer approached me the next day and told me that a complaint had been made against me, the guy said I called him a Fucking Prick (I’m sure I just said Prick). The duty officer is a good friend of mine and he threw the complaint in the bin after the guy had left, perhaps not the right thing to do, but I appreciated the gesture.

My feelings on the matter are that I share this environment with this arsehole and anyone who shows blatant disrespect for our environment does not deserve my respect. I have the right and the obligation to call people out when they behave like that (although maybe I shouldn’t loose my temper and swear at them).


The morel of this story is . . . well anybody care to add a moral?


Was I in the wrong?


Or do we have the right to speak our truth as we see it?

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Comment by Kal'Narred on July 11, 2011 at 1:47pm
Ofcourse Jesus wasn't a Christian, that would just be silly, whoever said he was?
Comment by Trudy on July 11, 2011 at 6:10am
Who  said that Jesus was a Christian !!! The Romans, the Jews ... It is high time we begin to see Jesus as a very gifted and cultured man and not as a Christian belief !!!
Comment by Kal'Narred on July 11, 2011 at 5:07am
Interesting fact, did you know that Ghandi was in part influenced by Jesus? Interesting for someone who wasn't even a Christian
Comment by Kal'Narred on July 11, 2011 at 5:04am

Any comments about Jesus that I make are not based on church teachings or any scripture; it's based on faith, my own personal experience, my reading between the lines and what I know deep down to be the truth.

The bible and the Church never said Jesus was a troublemaker, I did.

But hey if the Jesus comment is too much for you then let's take Ghandi, Martian Luther and Martian Luther King, were these people not troublemakers? Did these people not make trouble out of Love and out of expressing the truth as they saw it? I don't expect anyone to believe in Jesus, I do and so I don't need to prove anything. He came up in conversation, he's a close personal friend of mine and I threw in my 2 pence worth that's it. Sue me.
Comment by nonya on July 10, 2011 at 8:51pm

Anyone who knows exactly what Jesus did, show me proof. You cant, because there is none. The written scriptures were not even put down until 200 years after his death. You know what one story can be built up to by that time? ......from people who had nothing better to do with their time then sit around in tents and tell stories. Cmon.

For that matter, if you really want to go by bible stories, I raise the case of him flipping over the tables of the rabbis. Yeah, im sure he wasnt using fluffy words either to get his point across.

Comment by Kal'Narred on July 10, 2011 at 5:30pm

The thing about Jesus is, Jesus was a troublemaker, why? Because he spoke the truth, the inconvenient and brutal truth, and he spoke every word with Love and for the sake of Love.

Anyone who says or believes they want to be like Jesus, then they should be a trouble maker, they should rock the boat at every opportunity.

If we are all light workers, enlightened and awakened, then we should all be troublemakers.

Make trouble, speak your truth and do it out of love.
Comment by Tiger Lee on July 10, 2011 at 2:47pm

That is why it is such a revolutionary idea from Jesus. In order to project into the 5d you must transcend the petty concerns of raising violence/fear, to the Christ Conciousness level. There is no boudries to how high you can go, and how an individual can improve. Back to the topic; I don't think this was a bad way to handle things at all --, but I would have handled it differently. Maybe I should be stoned, I guess I would be if I grew up in Chicago, lol.

Comment by simpleman on July 10, 2011 at 12:37pm
Dude would have never thought twice about it, stoped and challenged you, Kal, if you didnt call him a prick. It got his attention.  He probable knows he is a prick and doesnt like the truth being shown to him.  You didn him a favor. Call it as you see it. He should thank you. There are different levels of name calling and that one on the lighter end of the scale. There are much worse names that could be use, I can think of several.  When one stands up, they demand respect. Sometimes you get it, sometimes you dont, but in some situations we have to make a stand or we dont have a chance.  This may not be the right choice for everyone or for every place, but for some places it may be necessary. Its a judgement call.  Dont sweat it, Kal. Your on the right tracks.
Comment by Simmy on July 10, 2011 at 12:36pm

I'll add a moral!

The moral of this story is: "Defending our Earth is not always a smooth business and you can be certain to find some 'pricks' along the way..." (lol)

Well done Kal. I wish everyone had your courage, to speak out their minds when they witness wrongdoing.

Comment by Trudy on July 10, 2011 at 12:23pm

People who throw dirt on the streets ... NEED A WAKE UP CALL .. I once stop a friendshop when I noticed that she throws everything out off her car while driving..
After me asking her why ? Her answer was .. "well I pay tax let them remove the dirt" ...
Speak out loud let your voice hear, justice need to be done !!!

And you leaving  dirt on the street has nothing to do with Jesus or a bad childhood ... yes ... with poor parenting.

And dear Kal'narred  making a lot of noise when you feel the uprising emotion of the unjustice, is very very normal and has nothing but then again nothing to do with fear ... it is the movement of the moment that makes you react as you do... and You did it right my son don't ever deny your true feelings for mother Earth...

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