why god kicks your ass

One of the great parts of bean a human bean is free will. You can choose whatever tickles your fancy.

If you choose fear, if you choose to live in fear, no worries. That's fine. Nobody least of all god will criticise you for making that choice. Just one thing though, don't be surprised or complain if and when you feel afraid. Or, do complain if you want, but then don't be surprised or complain if your first complaint leads nowhere. Accept your self-created outcomes; embrace them as your truest offspring.

Some things we don't immediately enjoy, we acquire the taste over time. Anger is an acquired taste, as is blue cheese, garlic snails, witchetty grubs. When you first try anger, you’re not sure you like it. But you learn.

So if you choose anger, no problem. Nobody least of all god will hold that against you. But don't be surprised or complain when you feel angry. Or do complain if that's what you want to do, but don't then complain or be surprised when you grow tired of complaining.

If you choose love, that's fine. It's up to you, and nobody will think any the less of you, least of all god. You probably won't feel the need to complain, but if you do, then go right ahead and complain about having love. And then don't complain or be surprised if love flees from you.

You can choose. You can have what you choose. You must have what you choose. There's no other choice. And whatever you choose you will experience. Just don't bitch and moan if you don't like the outcome. Or do bitch and moan, but then don't be surprised or complain if someone, probably god, kicks you in the ass and tells you to get the hell out of there. Because some things are easier to overlook than others.

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