Last week when I posted about Gandhi, I thought that I would receive criticism on that. Alas, nobody cares. Or are too polite. Or can't find nice ways to disagree.
All in all, I thought, "I'd rather be hated for what I am than loved for what I am not." Then I thought, Kurt Cobain is credited with saying that. And although it's true, Kurt Cobain is not a man I want to emulate. I'm certainly going to proclaim what I believe even if people get angry and I lose friends, but I'm certainly not going to live the self-destructive life Cobain lived.
Then again, I guess I can kind of relate to him. I guess the only difference between us is that Christ saved me. And it's a huge difference.