I was driving out this morning and I saw a sign which reads "NO BREAD" written on a card board, hung on a gate. Immediately, I wondered if any kids with my brain will overturn the card and make the owner of the house with loafs of bread.
I mean, wouldn't YOU do that if you walked passed a house with a NO BREAD sign, and you flipped the card ..just for fun.
I know I wouldn't.
Seriously, I wouldn't.
I would think of it but not do it.
Is there a difference? To think of something evil but not do it?
I remember, long long time ago, my teacher said, "God is good. When you have evil thoughts, but you don't act it out, it's ok. Your points are not deducted. If you have good thoughts, and even when you don't act out the good deeds, you get points."
Waaaaah..can she be trusted?
If yes, then I am not so scared/worried. I have lots of evil tots, you see. And usually it's about people's inability to use their rightful craniums.
I think (most) people are stupid. They need lobotomies.
But I don't tell them what I think. Cos I don't hurl insults for thrills. (To confuse you more, am I a HIPPOcrite?)
I do wave these clouds of evil-action thoughts away. Shoo~ with a half hearted inner self-talk of "You think you very clever meh?"
And I have a list of sarky retorts on standby which I DON'T use.
And I have lots of good thoughts which I don't say aloud too. Like I think you are pretty.. you are cute..and you over there is kind. And you...yes you... You look like Andy Lau. See? I don't tell you these all the time, but..the thoughts are there.
So I am good?
*face look at sky and ponder*