- Who decides who is worthy of anything, let alone love?
- What are the exact rules/qualifications for being worthy?
- How many of those rules have to be met to make one worthy?
- Exactly what does worthy mean?
- Who made up the definition?
- Why does one have to BE worthy, in order to be loved?
- What if someone doesn’t want to be worthy, or loved?
- Isn’t everyone automatically worthy just because they showed up?
- If everyone is worthy, why is this an issue?
- Are these words supposed to make people feel… Loved? Better? Worthy?
- Who is the person telling others of what they are worthy?
- Is the writer worthy enough to tell other people things he has no control or authority over? What exactly does the writer do that makes him worthy to tell others they are worthy?
- Do we need to be worthy for anything else?
- Will these words be meaningful to those who feel unloved because they feel unworthy?
- If we weren’t told we had to be worthy of something, there would be no need for signs. Being told we are worthy, implies that being unworthy is a strong possibility, even if we don’t know for sure what that means.
- Seriously. We are insane. We make our own problems. We have be bored out of our minds to worry about worthiness. Expectations KILL. And people reading the sign, instead of watching the road, might make them unworthy of living.
Being unworthy means you aren’t meeting the expectations of others, including your parents, religion, friends, culture, etc. It’s that simple. You can’t be a priest because being a woman makes you unworthy….blah blah blah. However, if you are a priest, you can rape as many children as you like and you will still be worthy to represent your male god.
Worthy is a word that is defined by people who want to control others. Name calling, bullying, conformity, and other people telling you whether or not you’re good enough, is so ridiculous, I’m surprised we don’t all fall down laughing, except the brain washing is really good, since it starts at birth. Worthy pits people against each other…that’s why the word exists.
Think about it.
Photo: Tim Mossholder