Let your yes be yes and your no be no
Cancel. This word has a multitude of meanings. It could mean a good outcome or a bad outcome. Today’s culture cancels anything that you don’t agree with or cancels what’s right for what’s wrong or cancels God for an alternate source of hope.
Why do we settle for any of it? Do we have to take drugs to know that it’s not good for you? Do we have to agree and go with the flow to get along with the narrative of those who wish to cancel common sense or to say there’s no God?
Hope and fear can give us balance. One way or the other. We have to choose which side of the fence we want to be on. It’s so easy to blame others when the cancel culture narrative calls for your fear to come to light and agree with what you know in your heart is wrong.
History has given us good examples of this. We must think and we must choose but remember right or wrong, the choice is yours and yours alone. Anything less than this makes you unsure of your decisions and tosses you to the wind.
Let your yes be yes and your no be no. The word Cancel, isn’t anywhere in these words.