What Causes a nation, who knows God, to become greedy, selfish,and rebellious?
A nation to the core of its principle does not really knows and walk with GOD moment by moment. The results of this is seen all around the world including the United States but at least the United States acknowledge GOD in general and put on the back of its currency In God we trust. Something to aim for and put into practice every day in the daily affairs of the United States Of America.
Money & Power~
People love the affect that money have in their lives. They are able to acquire nice homes, cars, clothes, and jewels. When they have accomplished or met specific goals, their attitudes change for the better or worse. Most of the government officials who are elected in office are already millionaires or have acquired wealth. They are in their positions for power, not necessarily to acquire wealth. Greed= Selfishness~
"Always do right. This will gratify some people, and astonish the rest."
by philirodje 7 years ago
What do you think of African leaders?what do you think of African leaders?Nigeria, Cameroon, Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, in fact all African countries have one issue or the other. is it that the Leaders are just greedy, selfish or its just lack of proper training.
by FitnezzJim 7 years ago
Has our government become a system "of the nuts, by the nuts, and for the nuts"?Given the overbearing power of extreme left wing and right wing voices, and the way we choose sides before we have facts in hand and engage in rational thought on any given question, has our US representative...
by Rupert Taylor 2 years ago
In the space of a single week:Syrian refugees have been bannedTorture has been advocated by the U.S. presidentU.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says if countries don't support us we will be "taking names"The president has turned his back on numerous international agreements.CUE THE TROLLS Fair...
by JOC 5 days ago
This article tended to resonate with how the left and the right view the issue.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/07/opin … union.html
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