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MINORITY REPORT

January 16, 2011

Always grew to hear “majority always wins”,

But does that imply majority always are precise?

My head and hands always don’t get it right,

Even at their best, mistakes do arise…

Oh, this ever wandering thoughts of mine,

Try to figure the things, small and great alike,

“Is it possible? How can it happen?”

“It can’t be true”, my faith thus dampen…

What does your head say, buddy?

After it, all the scene around you, study?

What is the report your mind gave you?

Do your friends say, “It’s too good to be true”.

Let me tell a story you would recognize,

Of the men sent to Canaan, to explore and analyze,

the women, men and the giants too,

the valleys, hills and the food that grew.

And ten of the twelve came dreading back home,

Brought news of fear, terror and doom,

concerning people, place and the giants of course,

“We can never fight them, we don’t have the source.”

The report was called evil, why can I explain,

Coz’ their hope in God had all gone astray.

They forgot that God knows no impossibility,

They could only say what their eyes could see….

Another story from the New Testament,

Was when Peter made the grand statement,

Majority called Jesus, a prophet of old, John and Elijah,

But majority could not see that what Peter saw…

So what does your head say, buddy?

After it, all the scene around you, study?

Majority might not be always right,

Especially when the God of all impossibility is on your side….

And they brought up an evil report of the land which they had searched unto the children of Israel, saying, The land, through which we have gone to search it, is a land that eateth up the inhabitants thereof; and all the people that we saw in it are men of a great stature.

King James Version : 13: 32

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  1. January 16, 2011 8:02 AM

    It is interesting that you use sheeps for your post.

    Sheeps are dumb animals. I was told once that when one sheep jump off the mountain, the rest follows. We are like sheeps that when astray and we need Jesus to shepherd us. How easily we sometime follow the wrong crowd — majority does not really know best.

    Just because many sheeps jump off a mountain doesn’t mean it is right. Like they say, 2 wrong don’t make a right. Again majority doesn’t always know best.

    I have been in a crazy situation where the majority was definitely not right. These people needed someone who was level headed enough to guide them out of a problem.

    Paul

  2. January 18, 2011 2:40 AM

    @paul: really, I never knew that truth about sheeps..
    thanks buddy.

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