Location: Roseville, California
Join Date: January 21st 2009
Re: What proof do you want? And in turn, what proof do you have? -
March 30th 2009, 02:29 AM
Well my point, is that you need to stay respectful like everyone else. Please. Telling someone to "buzz off" isn't respectful and I don't appreciate it.
Originally Posted by Double X
My dad is atheist and my mom is a fundy christian. Honestly it didn't matter whether I was Hindu or Roman Catholic, because I would have dropped whatever beliefs I'd have. I think an extreme situation can make people realize things they would have never thought in a normal setting. Sometimes it makes people closer to 'god', and other times it tears them away from it all.
I believe the same thing. Certain situations can bring you closer to God. I know mine did. All I'll say now is that the night of my 18th birthday was one of the most valuable days of my life.
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