Snakes, Doves and Renting Crowds.

10 Sep

On the Porch

Onisha Ellis

I'm a winner

All week I have been strolling through my brain cells, in search of a topic to blog about and came up with zilch. This morning as I embarked on my walk around the world, reading blogs and searching twitter, I came across this post:

Rent a crowd

I had heard that some of the recent protest events had used paid protestors but even though I am always looking for an easy way to make money, I couldn’t see myself as a  paid protestor.  This post indicated some politicians had used paid cheering sections. I can cheer! After all, I once cheered for Disney World when they filmed their Christmas Parade. Then I read the part about scripted answers to questions from the press. I marked that one off too. I’m still looking for a way to make easy money so if anyone needs to hire a crowd to open a new Cold Stone, Brusters or Marble Slab ice cream store, I am available. Ditto for Krispy Kreme Doughnuts. If Dippin’ Dots is hiring, I will work in exchange for the dots as I love those cold BBs of ice cream and they are too expensive for me.

Dippin dots

Remember when people would say “a picture is worth a thousand words”? If you saw a picture of someone’s action, then you took it as truth. Now with Photoshop and video editing one is wise to consider carefully what we see, hear and read before accepting it as truth. Our Father knew about this and gave us wise counsel in Matthew 10:16

Matthew 10-16

3 Responses to “Snakes, Doves and Renting Crowds.”

  1. appliedfaithorg September 10, 2015 at 6:25 pm #

    Didn’t think about rent a crowd

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  2. DiVoran Lites September 10, 2015 at 2:37 pm #

    If you get any of those ice cream jobs tell them you have a friend who needs a job too. I loved the scripture you used. For some reason it hit me smack between the eyes. It’s so true, and yet trustworthy people have a hard time not trusting other people.

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    • Old Things R New September 10, 2015 at 4:10 pm #

      I’ll be on the lookout for one of the jobs and be sure to mention you! Having gone from trusting to cynical, I am thankful for this reminder to love.

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