Tuesday Truths – May 28, 2024 Edition

(I will be posting these on most Tuesdays as I have a ton of them saved up and need to use them.)

As always, these memes reflect topics and views I find interesting. They are not my typical fare; I will post on many subjects, in no particular order or form, aimed at no particular person(s) – actually not “aimed” at all, and will cross over into the political, societal, and historical arenas with a heavy dose of common sense – guaranteed. What they will not do is ridicule individuals1, use profanity2, or deny Christ3 or His precepts. Knowing this, it is your choice to leave now, or start reading by clicking on the first meme to begin.

1 Matthew 5:22. ESV But I say to you that everyone who is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment; whoever insults his brother will be liable to the council; and whoever says, ‘You fool!’ will be liable to the hell of fire.
2 Colossians 3:8. ESV But now you must put them all away: anger, wrath, malice, slander, and obscene talk from your mouth.
3 Matthew 10:33. ESV but whoever denies me before men, I also will deny before my Father who is in heaven.

5 thoughts on “Tuesday Truths – May 28, 2024 Edition

    1. I have hundreds of ’em…I think I’m going to start doing Tuesday Truths one week and start using my collection of Wednesday Wisdom on the next, and alternate weeks for a while.

  1. chia.owly.net ,

    I volunteered to make copies at the local high school in 2017 because they wanted volunteers and their plea was so heart rendering. Each time I went, the teachers were dressed in sweat pants and sweat shirts- i was in awe at the lack of decorum and respect they were showing. Their attire was not becoming to any job, let alone a position that should demonstrate something the next generation should emulate. And, they dressed like that every day of every week. It was not a costume or “dress down” day.

    Then, when I tried to find a particular teacher, they would not be in the classroom with their children. I would ask the kids where the teachers were and the kids would say they didn’t know. The kids were talking and watching videos on their phones. ….the teachers would be huddled together talking among themselves in an empty classroom. I finally told them that they obviously had time to make their own copies and did not need me to come in.

    But, this meme makes me think that whatever money the teachers were saving on appropriate clothing could have been spent on copies. 😂😂😂😂😂😂

    They certainly could have afforded dress clothes based on the cars they drove, the fake nails and fake eyelashes, dyed hair, large diamond rings, and expensive phones and purses they had. (And their social media showed them living in nice neighborhoods with expensive vacations, etc….)


    Anyway, I walked out and never went back. 🤣🤣🤣

    1. Wow, I don’t blame you! That’s just crazy…kind of answers the question of where kids are getting their sense of entitlement at that school, eh?

    2. 💯🎯 girlfriend! I can’t understand the mindset that leads to the attitudes and behavior of these “educators”. I have traditionally had a lot of respect for teachers and still have to believe that the majority of them have the childrens’ best interests at heart. But experiences like yours tell me that, as in every other area of life these days, come cleaning up has to happen.

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