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Searching for weakness in others,

is what I do, every waking moment of the day.  Why?  So I can feel superior.  Why?  Evidently I feel worthless, but suppress my feelings of worthlessness, and focus instead on the weakness/sin/idolatry/failure of others.  Lately I sometimes catch myself obsessively analyzing everyone, critiquing them, judging them, finding them unhealthy in some way, shape, or form.  I suspect I never stop this dysfunctional behavior.  Driving, watching TV, online, out in public, noticing others, whatever.  I’m always searching for weakness in others.  It’s who I am.  What I do.  Non-stop self-absorption.  I’m shocked at this fresh, deeper realization.

–CompetitiveDave, needing fresh conviction of the sin of being dissatisfied with Jesus and His imputed worthiness, so he might momentarily be DumbSheepDave, enjoying the bliss of Jesus-dependency/humility, so the pre-believers around him might see and feel the unconditional love of Jesus

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