If you could say anything to anyone without consequence, what would you say, and to whom?

Think carefully before answering this. I have been mulling this over for several months now and at first I considered several things, from what I would say to my mother to what I would say to God. Ultimately, what I want to say to most people is things that have a consequence, things that bring hope, hope for love, hope for a future, hope that they are valued and not without purpose. Hope for eternity.



About JT

I am a happily married man with 6 children and have an autoimmune disease. I hope to share my story and explore others' stories and perhaps together both of our lives will be enhanced.
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6 Responses to If you could say anything to anyone without consequence, what would you say, and to whom?

  1. Mark Mathia says:

    Great question you really got me thinking. I listened to a podcast once from a short-term team sent to Nevada. To a brothel to serve the prostitutes. This stretched me until the end of the report. As they were leaving they prayed with the girls and left every wall and every new blanket with the word “LOVED” embroidered with care. That’s what I would say…Loved. Especially to the least of these. Thanks for asking.

    • JT says:

      That is a wonderful testimony! In this americana world we live in it is difficult to stay on the road less traveled. Thanks for stopping by and for the insightful comment Mark.

  2. Boy going for the thought provoking and deep thinking kinda of post today!

  3. Mary says:

    Well considering that it will be put out there on the web for the whole world to see…..AND there are consequences for everything, good or bad, I don’t think I would say it here. If it is something bad and I can’t say it because of the consequences, then I wouldn’t advertise it on the web…..open for all the world to see. If it was something good….then there shouldn’t be any reason for not saying it so I wouldn’t need to post it either. 🙂

  4. jeffsdeepthoughts says:

    My initial thought is that maybe it’s a dangerous thing, to ever do anything just because we can do it with out the normal consequences. It seems to me that usually consequences are a good thing… if for no other reason than they call on us to own our decisions, sacrifice, and be clear about our motivations.

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