Fables teaching virtue are based on lies. And they are good.
You state that Christians are not killing people in this country because of their beliefs? Well there are many examples of this.
Actually you didn't but that's okay. I think I made my point. Society is definitely sliding into a pit some of us want to hold the line others want to strike up the band.
Do I have to choose? Can't I have a pass on both?
If anyone is spreading a lie it is the religious type.
I didn't realize this country was built out of cotton.
I feel your pain. When I was bartending I once broke a glass. After getting the shards cleaned up, I had to cut limes for the evening shift. Great way to find every single one of those little nicks. Ouch!
Since he is explicitly looking for people who disagree with him -- your level of inattention to his post, reflects very well the lack of content to so much of the discussion here.
Westboro has faced some decent criticism, protesting soldier's funerals and such, so now they have to follow laws restricting their abilities to protest because they're assholes and hurt people, live people. Functioning adults and children that don't feed off another human being's nutrients.
"For the Hindu, the creation was not a bringing into being of the wonder of the world. Rather, it was a dismemberment, a disintegration of the original Oneness. For him, the Creation seemed not the expression of a rational, benevolent Maker in wondrous new forms, but a fragmenting of the unity of nature into countless limited forms. The Hindu saw the creation of our world as 'the self-limitation of the transcendent.' For the Hindu our very notion of creation was reversed. Instead of transforming nothing into everything, the Hindu creation broke into countless imperfect fragments what was already there? The Hindu reached back for the Oneness that was there in the beginning and he aimed to reintegrate nature. The cycles of birth and death have perpetuated that disintegrating force of creation. Samsura, the
well if you don't like how things are in this country you can leave.... need help packing ?
Fair point. Most times I think it would be very flattering to have interested eyes ... but then it would start to lose appeal because some of those stares are creepy.