Where no wood is there is no, talebear

Where no wood is, there the fire goeth out: so where there is no talebearer, the strife ceaseth. The tongue can do great harm when used to spread gossip.

The life of a talebearer is leaving behind wounds. They burn you. They cause hurt, which leaves scarring. So, who are talebearers?

Well, they are people who murmur, backbites, slanders, and gossips with a vengeance. Unfortunately, we have a tale bear sitting in the Oval Office. 

Our President tells tales.   His words leave wounds and go down into the belly’s innermost parts. The words are fire. Most often, his words are baseless and deceptive.

   There are thousands dead because his words and actions delayed taking actions to slow down covid19. At the same time, others refuse to believe that the virus is real. 

 These people are so dense. They take his words as the gospel deep and never quite able to be forgotten. No matter what, they believe.

 Trump’s word is contentious and creates strife.   He likes to cause controversy disputes that can cause discord and hurt? Are you a person who would instead fan the flames than put the fire out?

This country’s President certainly is.

Here is a cure for a talebearer – where there is no wood, the fire goes out. Vote Donald Trump out! Show him he is not wanted.

 Where there is no talebearer, the strife (contention, discord) will cease. Once Donald Trump is out of the White House, a lot of the happening will stop. 

The Haters will still hate; however, they won’t have a President who is a racist, women hater, and liar to provide a bullshit platform.

That said – shut up, wear a mask, and keep it moving silently!

Instead of spending your time hating and condemning others, due to their skin color, why not spend time reading the Bible about a talebearer, a gossiper, the tongue. I am sure it will open your eyes and cause you to search deep down innermost belly. 

Then again, for some, it won’t change a dam thing.

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