Walk a mile in their shoes 

I am appreciative of all the kind words regarding not only the film Smothered but my post about the state of the state of Georgia.  

I believe that life is hard. It’s work. It’s tough. I also believe it’s worth it. 

I know that everyone is busy getting by. Following dreams. Paying bills. Doing what they have to do in order to make it through the day, as best as they can, for themselves and their family.  

 I know that there’s always “Too much month left at the end of the money.”

That’s why I am surprised by those who take time out of their daily struggle to be critical of someone who is trying to defend a group of people who are under attack. 

I don’t like it when groups of people are attacked. 

I don’t like it when I’m attacked. 

How is it that some are doing everything they can to get through the day without screwing something up while others have so much free time that they can develop, nuture and express publicly feelings of hatred toward something or someone or a group of somethings or someones that they aren’t a part of. 

I don’t believe I have to be a part of a group in order to protect that groups’s rights as human beings. 

I do believe, however, that I do need to be part of a group in order to ear the right to be critical of the group. 

A wise man once said “Walk a mile in their shoes.”

Until you’ve walked in mine…

You know the rest. 

Now go out and buy/rent “John Schneider’s Smothered!”

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