Miserly COWARD Antichrist Lizzo and her Brigand of Cowards

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Lizzo is starting to lose my empathy, because she is a miserly coward. I have never been a coward. It takes courage to face up to your illnesses and she has been mad so long because of her illness (Borderline Personality Disorder) and so comfortable being ill, she thinks she’s in a comfortable place right now and I think genuinely enjoys serving Satan. She’s totally lost my respect. Even when I offer her empathy, her response has been pitiful.

Basically, this war is the band of the brave (Gail’s followers) versus the brigand of the cowards.

Some of Lizzo’s followers have courage, but they are a minority. Their leader is a coward. Satan has learned that brave people don’t stick with him. He now needs a coward for an Antichrist.

You see, courage respects courage, which is why the former Antichrists Zack Knight and Loree McBride eventually came over to my side.

Satan must be getting desperate that he now needs a coward for an Antichrist. LOL. The reason Lizzo’s the “sneaky” and tricky Antichrist is because she lacks the courage to call a spade a spade, because deep down she doesn’t really believe most of the stuff she is saying.

If she had courage, she wouldn’t feel the need to use so much brain control on her enemies, in her attempts to give herself an unfair advantage.

She tries to create the illusion of power by discrediting her enemies in a manner to make it look like she did nothing (what a COWARD), but that they did it to themselves, because she doesn’t have the courage to own up to her own actions.

The biggest difference between Loree McBride and Lizzo, is that Loree had courage, Lizzo does not. I have ZERO respect for cowards.

Lizzo doesn’t even have the courage to own up to the fact that she’s the Antichrist.

Some of her followers have guts, but, she, herself, is a coward.

The number one reason she won’t deal with her Borderline illness is because she’s too scared to do it. Rather than admit this is the case, she continues to fuel her anger and live in her delusional world, because she doesn’t have the courage to face herself and THINK and deal with reality.

The following is what I got from a book called, Courage, A Book of Brave Thoughts. I read it as a young lady in 1975, and it has shaped my life. Lizzo would do well to heed the wise advice in this book. Here are some snippets from it:

The first lesson of life is to burn our own smoke; that is, not to inflict on outsiders our personal sorrows and petty morbidness, not to keep thinking of ourselves as exceptional cases.

Courage, the highest gift, that scorns to bend
To mean devices for a sordid end,
Courage — an independent spark from
Heaven’s bright throne,
By which the soul stands raised, triumphant,
high, alone. . .

To be always intending to lead a new life, but never to find time to set about it; this is as if a man should put off eating and drinking and sleeping from one day and night to another, till he is starved and destroyed.

It is good to know; it is better to do; it is best to be. To be pure and strong, to be honest and earnest, to be kindly and thoughtful, and in all to be true, to be manly and womanly. He can do more for others who has done most with himself.

No, when the fight begins within himself,

A man’s worth something. God stoops o’er his head.

All the doors that lead inward to the secret place of the Most High are doors outward — out of self — out of smallness — out of wrong.

Wouldst shape a noble life? Then cast
No backward glances toward the past,
And though somewhat be lost and gone,
Yet do thou act as one new born;
What each day needs, that shalt thou ask,
Each day will set its proper task.

Courage is the scorner of things which inspire fear.

Little things affect little minds.

Self-reverence, self-knowledge,
These three things lead life to sovereign

No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate, who regards pleasure as the highest good.

To be discontented with the divine discontent, and to be ashamed with the noble shame, is the very germ of the first upgrowth of all virtue.

Hope and have faith, and take new courage! Go forward, knowing that all will be well with you, that every situation will become harmonious and will be adjusted for your highest good. This is possible if you have much faith.

The characteristic of a genuine heroism is its persistency. All men have wandering impulses, fits and starts of generosity. But when you have resolved to be great, abide by yourself, and do not weakly try to reconcile yourself with the world. The heroic cannot be the common, nor the common the heroic.

Oh, while I live to be the ruler of life, not a slave,
To meet life as a powerful conqueror,
No fumes, no ennui, no more complaints, or scornful criticisms,
To these proud laws of the air, the water and the ground,
Proving my interior soul impregnable,
And nothing exterior shall ever take command of me.

Moral courage is a virtue of higher cast and nobler origin than physical. — It springs from a consciousness of virtue, and renders a man, in the pursuit or defense of right, superior to the fear of reproach, opposition, or contempt.

No great thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that you desire a fig, I answer you that there must be time. Let is first blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.

Where in the heart there is combined love and courage, even the weak become mighty.

True courage is not the brutal force of vulgar heroes, but the firm resolve of virtue and reason.

True courage scorns
To vent her prowess in a storm of words;
And, to the valiant, actions speak alone.

The bravery founded on hope of recompense, fear of punishment, experience of success, on rage, or on ignorance of danger, is but common bravery, and does not deserve the name. True bravery proposes a just end; measures the dangers, and meets the result with calmness and unyielding decision.

The brave man is not he who feels no fear, for that were stupid and irrational; but he whose noble soul subdues its fear, and bravely dares the danger nature shrinks from.

There is nothing in the world so much admired as a man who knows how to bear unhappiness with courage.

In great attempts it is glorious even to fail.

Counsel that I once heard given to a young person, “Always do what you are afraid to do.”

A man should stop his ears against paralyzing terror, and run the race that is sent before him with a single mind.

However mean your life is, meet it and live it; do not shun it and call it hard names.

Self-trust is the essence of heroism

True courage is the result of reasoning. — Resolution lies more in the head than in the veins; and a just sense of honor and of infamy, of duty and of religion, will carry us farther than all the force of mechanism.

If thou desire to be truly valiant, fear to do any injury; he that fears to do evil is always afraid to suffer evil; he that never fears is desperate; he that fears always is a coward; he is the true valiant man that dares nothing but what he may, and fears nothing but what he ought.

The man who is just and resolute will not be moved from his settled purpose, either by the misdirected rage of his fellow citizens, or by the threats of an imperious tyrant.

Courage is poorly housed that dwells in numbers; the lion never counts the herd that are about him, nor weighs how many flocks he has to scatter.

I know of no more encouraging fact that the unquestionable ability of man to elevate his life by a conscious endeavor.

This is another day! Are its eyes blurred
With maudlin grief for any wasted past?
A thousand thousand failures shall not daunt!
Let dust clasp dust, death, death; I am alive!

Art little? Do thy little well,
And for thy comfort know
Great men can do their greatest work
No better than just so.

True courage is not built upon mental cleverness, or earthly power, but it stands upon the solid rock of truth and spiritual power.

So, in regard to disagreeable and formidable things, prudence does not consist in evasion or flight, but in courage. He who wishes to walk in the most peaceful parts of life with any serenity must screw himself up to resolution. Let him front the object of his worst apprehension, and his stoutness will commonly make his fear groundless.

Not in the clamor of the crowded street
Not in the shouts and plaudits of the throng
But in ourselves are triumph and defeat.

Brave your storm with firm endeavor, let
your vain repinings go!
Hopeful hearts will find forever
roses underneath the snow!

A high character might be produced, I suppose, by continued prosperity, but it has very seldom been the case. Adversity, however it may appear to be our foe, is our true friend; and, after a little acquaintance with it, we receive it as a precious thing — the prophecy of a coming joy. It should be no ambition of ours to traverse a path without a thorn or stone.

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