Well, the election is over. For some of you the results were cause
for celebration, for other’s not so much.
I always marvel at the number of people who choose to not cast a
ballot. And if you fall in that category it is shameful and inexcusable.
People say, “But Denn you don’t understand, I didn’t know the issues or candidates.” Well, whose fault is that? Others say, “I just didn’t have the time.” Yet you had time for Facebook and television. Still others maintain that it doesn’t make a difference. Well, it most certainly does, just watch the news and see what happens when people can’t vote. And in this election it was so easy to cast a ballot. If you didn’t have a car, a candidate would have driven you, if you couldn’t leave the house, Elections Canada would have come to you.
Shameful and inexcusable.
But that is just my opinion, for what it’s worth.
The Bible never told us we had to vote for those in power, but it did tell us to pray for those in power, regardless of whether or not we voted for them. And if we don’t do that, not only is it shameful and inexcusable, it is disobedient. Just saying.
Have a great week and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.