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conspiracy theory

(Originally published by Nattie on March 26, 2004)
conspiracy (kn-spr-s)
n. pl. conspiracies
~ An agreement to perform together an illegal, wrongful, or subversive act.
~ A group of conspirators.
~ Law An agreement between two or more persons to commit a crime or accomplish a legal purpose through illegal action.
~ A joining or acting together, as if by sinister design: a conspiracy of wind and tide that devastated coastal areas.

Have you ever met someone who thinks there is a conspiracy around every corner? That everyone is out to get them? Well, in this day and age there are a lot of dishonest people. There are a lot of people willing to make a bunch off of your weaknesses to benefit themselves. I’m not one of them and I refuse to live my life believing that everyone is bad.
I will strive to look for the good in everyone. It’s there. Sometimes it is hard to find. Sometimes they don’t want you looking for it. They have to appear strong and indestructable—Goodness is weakness.
Oops! Got off on a tangent…
I’m not going to dispute whether the tobacco industry is a conspiracy, whether the fast food industry is a conspiracy, etc. I’m not even going to try to change your mind. But I do want to tell you about ONE thing I know of that isn’t a conspiracy. ONE thing I know to be true:
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. ~ John 3:16
I’m sure many people would despute this theory. Don’t go there, please. You have the right to believe differently. But I know this to be true in my heart and in my mind (not to mention physical evidence—but I won’t go there for the sake of brevity).
Praise God! When we get to heaven, I’m going to be glad that I didn’t thumb my nose at God and say, “Are you for real?” I’m glad that I didn’t write God off as another conspiracy theory.
Copyright Natalie Rose York

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