There are times when I wonder why I even have a blog.
Math was my favorite subject in school.
English was not.
When you write papers about your point of view on something and the teacher marks you down because it doesn't fit with his/her point of view, how can that be fair?
Since this is my blog, I can write things and share things here that are my point of view and never have to worry about what grade I will receive. And honestly, I really never have to worry about what others may think about my point of view either. Because this is my blog.
But one thing I wrote today I feel needs to be shared with a larger audience:
There is currently an assembly bill being considered in the California Assembly that is attacking the rights of homeschool families in our state.
What concerns me is the 'Us vs. Them' arguments being tossed around when we start to feel attacked.
'They' are not perfect.
'We' are not perfect.
No legislation is going to make anyone perfect.
And verbally attacking anyone on social media is not a solution to any of the major issues we have in our state or in this country.
"By this we know that we love the children of God, when we love God and obey his commandments." - 1 John 5:2