"Damn those f$@*ing Silver Hawks!"
"I see. Flame on!!!"
“Characterizing a person’s actions as sinful, as in 'Woman, sin no more' certainly smacks of judgment to me. To characterize a person’s actions as sinful is NOT compassionate; it is downright demoralizing and judgmental. We must become more aware of the mixed messages we give people. We must be more honest about the feelings we have for people, so we don’t say 'I love them' (which implies equality) but don’t condone your deeds' and in the next breath say, 'I’ll be praying for you, praying that you see the light at last' (which says clearly that you are better than they because you see the light whereas they, poor souls whom you love despite themselves, don’t). If that’s compassion, I’d much rather people be patronizing. At least they would be more honest that way.”