When we're faced with malice

We don't have to be victimized by malice. Divine goodness triumphs over evil.

It's sometimes a challenge not to be hurt by others' thoughts about us. We want to be respected, appreciated, liked. But this isn't always the case. We sometimes meet people we just don't communicate well with and who don't understand us. As a result, they may be unfriendly or even critical of us. When such situations occur, we prefer to go our own way in peace.

But what if we're treated in a malicious fashion? And what if we're unable to walk away from the situation but must stand and face the animosity? Then we need to find a safe and effective way to deal with it.

In next week's Sentinel—
March 7, 1994

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