Michael E. East
Progressive Christianity, Gay Rights, and Social Issues.
Friday, 10 March 2017
We should not confuse being good with being well-behaved.
As children we are told that we are good when we do what we are told.
But this is not true goodness.
Goodness is an orientation of being.
Goodness is an attitude of benevolence.
Goodness is a habit of giving.
Goodness is a readiness to love.
So do not confuse goodness with mere behavioral compliance.
Goodness is so much more than that.
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