There is nothing like a national or local emergency that brings out the bottom feeding narcissists who are known for their selfish hoarding during times of need

Smoke of Satan & the Open Windows of Vatican II


If you want to see which neighbors are completely wrapped up into themselves, without any regard for the other members of their community, just visit a grocery, pharmacy or an outlet such as Walmart. You will either see empty shelves (meaning you missed their earlier visit, or you will see them at the register looking like they are buying the supplies for a huge public event.

There are several types of hoarders. There are the hoarders who hoard everything and they are mentally ill. Then there are the hoarders who show up during any emergency or even threat of an emergency that hasn’t even happened yet. These are the narcissists who care about no one but themselves. God forbid they take 1 item and leave another item on the shelves for another family in need of the essentials. During a hurricane or a winter storm etc. they hoard all the…

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Day 75- The Thirsty Mile

"In those days, in their thirst for water, the people grumbled against Moses, saying, "Why did you ever make us leave Egypt." Exodus 17:3(a) Yesterday morning and one phone call later, I found myself traveling down to the Keys to escape the madness surrounding me. It was quick, not planned, and completely unexpected. I gathered …

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