Being right is sometimes wrong.


This beautiful post is just that: beautiful to me. God, the Bible, Jesus, Church, Religion, none of that gets a mention here. And this thought crossed my mind while I read …

Why don’t we just stop using (all those “God-speak” words above) as a reason – a righteous excuse – for all the infighting on the God-blogs?

Because it’s not all about being right. Is it?

Pensive Aspie

As an Aspie, I struggle with facial blindness.  I sometimes cannot remember which faces belong to which names. I struggle to remember how I know you.  On social media, I have accumulated friends from all sources – work, neighbors, school, and even Aspie support groups.

While I struggle to remember most people, I can almost always remember which friends are my Aspie buddies on social media.

They are the ones who correct my spelling errors. “You left out an n.” 
They are the ones who point out my meme is not technically accurate.  “Actually, that didn’t happen in 1973. It was in the fall of 1972 that….”
They are the Grammar Nazis. I’d like that meme better if they used proper punctuation!
They are the friends who want to argue the point. And not just a little. They want to argue it into the ground.

MISSDIT
I used to do these…

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