Discussion in 'Religion' started by SetiAlpha6, Mar 13, 2019.
My successful intent was to help Jan becom less angry.!!!
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did it work?
It is always there for mere mortals.
EDIT: You know peasants like us.
Very much so.!!!
Congratulations! You'll be getting the Nobel Peace prize through the post.
Thank you... an how has you'r life changed sinse you joined my church.???
OH I'M DRIVING AROUND IN A RED FERRAI NOW!
Assumption on your part.
Nice to meet you Dywyddyr!
From earliest memories about it… God-stuff seemed to be accepted by everbody but i had a much stronger connecton to Santa… prolly cause he was a happy old man an brout good presents… but i had caut on to the Santa lies by age 6... an by age 8 i know i was skeptical about Bible-stuff.!!!
At 8 in Sunday school after a bible story was told i asked… is God an Jesus the same person… an the 2 teechers just looked at each other an kinda smiled but didnt answr my queston… but even befor that… somptin alredy seemed fishy about Bible stuff -- like i wasnt bein told the truth… but i kinda learned to just play along an act like it was all true.!!!
Later on at Sunday school we was given old magazines an told to cut perty pitchers out of ‘em… an i cut out a nearly full size page of a beautiful square-type whisky bottle/container… an i knew that wasnt what they had in mind... an i thank it was my way of protestin them not givin me an honest answr to by God/Jesus queston Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
Sounds like a very interestin time in you’r life.!!!
So did thangs get serious wit you’r parents over you’r resistance to church stuff… or more like uncomfortable for a while.???
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They were really more irritated that I was exercising my will, than what I was exercising it about. So, typical teenage friction. I don't think it was ever brought up again.
My mother got her Masters or something in Theology. My father has revealed over time that he went more for the community (and for my mother) than any actual religious beliefs.
They supported their children in pretty much everything, and I suppose that included their ability to make their own decisions.
Sounds like a good relationship.!!!
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