Tag Archives: Strength

Why The Batman Who Laughs Is Scarier Than The Joker


A good presentation. Yet! 🙂

For me, being Terrifying is Not Appreciable.

A character/person, who loves to destroy, I would not even be afraid of him. I would look down on him.

If the Batman who laughs is Chaos in its purest form, then Minus points to him.

Yet it is True that those who stand for Good, want to Do Good, Are Weak and Soft.

Who asks them to be so?

Thus finally, A Hero who can Laugh at Adversity IS Awesome.

And let US become that.


via Why The Batman Who Laughs Is Scarier Than The Joker


Democracy and Courage


As in my previous post, which had referred to the one entitled Democracy in India, I had written that: Democracy works Only When We Exhibit: Courage and Strength.

I think We are All Bold. But are We Bold Enough? Bold Enough to Question the Government? To write against governmental decisions?

It Not Only Could, but Would mean the Midnight Knock at Our Doors. That is the Fear that the governments have instilled in Us. And what is Happening? I once again resort to good old Ayn Rand:

Ayn Rand on the government

This Grand Old Lady had forseen this in 1957! Has the situation changed? You say it. Let us Realize that If the Situation Is to Change, Risk Will be Involved. But, like All Bullies, the government is a Bully too. And We Should Know How to Deal with Bullies, and What Bullies do when Confronted.

But let us Face it. Most of Our postings are ‘Safe ones.’ They would save us the from Wrath of the government. But they are Not Saving a Healthy Democracy for Our Coming Generations!

I would Not call Madly Rushing into Danger as Courage. Courage has to be Intelligent. Courage should be used with Strength.

How many of Us Exercize? In a Meaningful Way? Regularly? Is Our Weight under control? If We do not have Strength, Would and Could We have the Courage to face Circumstances and State of affairs?!

family exercise
Family running along beach

Image from the Internet.

I am not speaking about exercising like Peak Athletes. Shall post a set of Meaningful Exercises later.

Strength is Not just of the Mind.

Strength also means having Numbers. Crime is Organised. They have numbers. Are only the evil and the criminals to be Organised, Methodical and Clever? What Are We? We have to Organise Ourselves. Let Us Not wait for Nasty things to happen before We do that.

Democracy, and the Future of Our Children, Demands Courage and Strength on Our part.


Get Strength… HERE!

For this post, I wanted my title to resemble a Link, which says: Please click here, etc. We shall see that We can get our Strength from God.

We Desire the Best for Our Children. Christ Himself had said: “Bad as You are, You know how to give Good things to Your children.” Luke 11:13.

And All Too Often We Forget that Our Heavenly Father Desires the Very Best for Us, and Equips Us for Every Challenge that He presents Us.

Our Strength is to had from God. It is like a Cheque. We just have to pick it up!

Strength can be had by:

  • Being in Contact with God,
  • Listening to Him, and
  • Doing what He Commands.


From this point, this article consists of Excerpts from Anna Waldherr‘s post, reference at bottom.

Gideon and his 300

Image from article

“You may recall that before battle Gideon was instructed by God to reduce his forces from 32,000 to 300 men.

Who among us would have the faith – and courage – to do this? Yet Gideon did, so that the glory of victory would be the Lord’s alone. Victory, in fact, followed with God striking fear into the enemy at the sound of Gideon’s trumpets.

What does this teach us?

First, God does not look to our weakness, but rather His strength. Gideon’s leadership credentials were not impressive in a worldly sense. He was the youngest in his father’s house, and came from the weakest clan in the tribe of Manasseh. Still the Lord favored him.

Second, God knows our nature, and is merciful toward us.  Gideon was very human. His reaction to news of the Lord’s favor was cautious, at best. Gideon asked twice for confirmation which God gave him.

Third, we may be called on to step out in faith, when reason would dictate otherwise.  Gideon could “reasonably” have declined the Lord’s direction. Instead, he chose to act on God’s assurances. Despite his doubts. Despite his fears. That took real courage.

Often the challenges facing us seem overwhelming; the problems of the world seem so large as to be beyond the ability of any single individual to address. Helen Keller said, “I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something.”

And the One who can do all things stands beside us.

And so it was, when Gideon heard the telling of the dream and its interpretation, that he worshiped. He returned to the camp of Israel and said, ‘Arise, for the Lord has delivered the camp of Midian into your hand’ ” (Judges 7: 15).

[Note: I have Emphasised Anna’s post in two places].


[Again I have been constrained to share this by copy and paste, as I do not see links for Reblogging. Also, Apologies to Anna for not commenting on her page. My Dear Anna, as I have shared with others, Yours too, has not opened in an https page. …Kudos and Thanks to Anna].