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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Skink- You aren't the only atheist/ heathen in her journal. I try to keep things slightly clean in the journals it's not as prominent, but that's not saying much coming from me. On the days I do believe in god(dess(e)(s), I figure they care more abt my actions and how I treat myself and others than whether I flirt with someone or obey a certain religion.
    I never try to offend anyone. When I do go on an occasional rant I would keep it in my journal or on facebook. No need to pollute someone else's journal with my twisted thoughts. My thoughts are to try and do no harm if I don't have to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by naiadknight View Post
    Skink- You aren't the only atheist/ heathen in her journal. I try to keep things slightly clean in the journals it's not as prominent, but that's not saying much coming from me. On the days I do believe in god(dess(e)(s), I figure they care more abt my actions and how I treat myself and others than whether I flirt with someone or obey a certain religion.
    I'm an agnostic with a side of paganism. I have a healthy dislike for hypocrites of any persuasion. I wasn't surprised when Paula 'revealed' her Christian faith, because Paula's behavior is Christian where it counts, IMO. As I have already stated here, she is kind, caring, humble, and unassuming. That's the kind of Christian I would want to be if I were a Christian.
    I feel like I ought to be wearing a bumper sticker that says: "Don't follow me I am lost." I am just a seeker like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    Yeah I know. I've been teasing him about it all day. I just didn't want their expectations raised. They are all lovely people and the new pastor would love to have our family as we are tall and fill up a whole pew on our own. lol
    This is not a high population church.
    I get that. And, I'm glad to hear that you know.
    I feel like I ought to be wearing a bumper sticker that says: "Don't follow me I am lost." I am just a seeker like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    harmless flirting on the internet.
    One time when I used that phrase an Internet acquaintance corrected me. He said, " I call it beneficial flirting". He was right.
    I feel like I ought to be wearing a bumper sticker that says: "Don't follow me I am lost." I am just a seeker like everyone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justaseeker View Post
    One time when I used that phrase an Internet acquaintance corrected me. He said, " I call it beneficial flirting". He was right.
    Yes, I can see that. Smart man.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saoirse View Post
    lol, freudian slip? (maybe 'm projecting)

    Paula, I used to be a hard core Bible thumper (not saying you are); the type who takes "bible thumper" as a compliment so i see if from both sides of the fence. sometimes i think about you and geo when i'm being raunchy, and i worry that i make you ladies feel uncomfortable. send me a PM if that's the case.
    I'm no where close to being a bible thumper. I still believe in a lot of pagan and other non-Christian things. I don't go to church every Sunday. Yesterday was the first time I've been since October. In all honesty, I've never really read the bible. I probably have the dirtiest sailor mouth of anyone I know. I keep 99.9% of my dirty thoughts in my head. I try not to let that side out too much anymore. I actually hate it when my husband refers to me as a "freak". Ok, I think I said too much today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canio6 View Post
    Yes, I can see that. Smart man.
    Well it has certainly been beneficial to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pebbles67 View Post
    Well it has certainly been beneficial to me.
    You and me both.
    somehow I manage to leave my intelligence and decorum at the door wherever I go. I doubt your journal will be an exception to that - not on the rug

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    Quote Originally Posted by geostump View Post
    I'm no where close to being a bible thumper. I still believe in a lot of pagan and other non-Christian things. I don't go to church every Sunday. Yesterday was the first time I've been since October. In all honesty, I've never really read the bible. I probably have the dirtiest sailor mouth of anyone I know. I keep 99.9% of my dirty thoughts in my head. I try not to let that side out too much anymore. I actually hate it when my husband refers to me as a "freak". Ok, I think I said too much today.
    Have I told you lately how much I love you? You crack me up. Probably because we have similar personalities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by justaseeker View Post
    I'm an agnostic with a side of paganism. I have a healthy dislike for hypocrites of any persuasion. I wasn't surprised when Paula 'revealed' her Christian faith, because Paula's behavior is Christian where it counts, IMO. As I have already stated here, she is kind, caring, humble, and unassuming. That's the kind of Christian I would want to be if I were a Christian.
    Thank You. That is a very lovely thing to say.

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