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 (May 2016). Mobile notary public and signing agent, freelance writer, and ordained minister. Science fiction and fantasy fan, willing servant to cats, avid reader and collector of books and other stuff. Please see my websites (including this blog and others) for more info on me and what I think about the issues of the day.
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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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