If we are honest, we will admit that we all like to control others to some degree. We may not call it that. We may say we want others to agree with us. Or we want others to act like us. But, whatever we call it, what we’re taking about is controlling. 
    Controlling is not necessarily a bad thing. It depends a lot on both the how and why. When we control others by torture, imprisonment, or threats, that is wrong. When we manipulate them into giving us their hard-earned money when we don’t really deserve it, that is wrong. What is right, is when we control people with love and understanding and do it to achieve the Will of God, not our own egotistical desires. We do it simply by sending thoughts of love, peace, tolerance and forgiveness to others.


One thought on “Controlling Others

  1. Bill says:

    Very worthy thoughts here, Harold.
    Blessings to you.

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