Who Are You Inviting Into Your Home?

I can remember someone asking this at church back when I was much younger. If you would not want these people in your home, why would you invite them in via your television? I think we have allowed mass media to lower our standards of behavior and respect and courtesy to such a degree that it takes a real effort to recall what it means to be a good, decent, public-spirited citizen or person. So, Donna Cameron’s recent post is one I am happy to share with you.

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Who Are You Inviting Into Your Home?

“In my opinion, good energy—kindness, decency, and love—is the most transformative force in the world.” (Cory Booker)

We don’t watch a whole lot of TV anymore, and when we do, it’s just as likely to be a vintage sitcom as a current show. Bill and I realized some time ago that there’s a lot of television other people say is top-quality—well-written, good acting, compelling stories—that we just don’t find enjoyable. And one of the reasons is that the characters are all rather unkind.…

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About Tim Gatewood

55+, male, widowed. Mobile Notary Public and Signing Agent, Freelance Writer, and Ordained Minister. Willing servant to cats. Science fiction and fantasy fan, avid reader, Founder of the Darrell Awards. Author of _Getting Started As A Notary Signing Agent_ (available from https://notarymemphis.wordpress.com/books). Please be kind to one another.
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2 Responses to Who Are You Inviting Into Your Home?

  1. Pingback: My Article Read (4-8-2016) – My Daily Musing

  2. Tim, thanks so much for reblogging my post. I’m glad it resonated with you, too. Glad, also, to see you back – I’ve missed your thoughtful commentary. I hope this means Barbara is getting better. Wishing you both the best.

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