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  • why must it be yours is better than mine.....show me proof,please

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    3 posts, 3 voices, 842 views, started Sep 23, 2010

    Posted on Thursday, September 23, 2010 by Cheekymonkey




    • heart I know I must tread softly but I probally will not. So, I want to say Im truely sorry if I offend anyone because im tring to do the oppisite. Oh lord here I go....
      I will never understand why people think their religion is better than their neighbors? And I have been very guilty of this. I dont understand any more its basic religion is innocent but us with will of our own turn it ugly and label it in the name of........
      I want to be so clear on what I mean....annie123 wish I could vm you and you put it down. Lol ...ok focus...I guess I should just refer to me ...I use to feel my choice was the only choice,then I started knowing all kinds of people and never once was religion apart of it and when it was it didnt matter. God was in my life and thier belief was in thiers and we were still good people. I dont care who or what you believe as long as your not using that belief to hurt or hate people. I have prople in my life from highly religious to not believing ok some of it not for me but they are good honest loving people. If I turned my back on everyone who didnt think like me id be in a room of one. I learn and value everyone.
      I hope my point came across and not my babbling. I mean well lol
      Yours Cristen
      Please talk to me again lol

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