I just want to leave you all a message. It is a guide to becoming a better person - a mentor for human kind, to set an example...
sometimes you have to be cruel to be kind.
Hey! What the hell is my tongue doing in your mouth!
Freedom of specch is no kind words as well.
If I don't feel free, anger dominates me.
I also prefer to exercise my freedom of speech.
Sometimes "good" isn't considered "kind" at the time....
I don't like that kind of music/song; too repetitive and robotic, like a lecture without depth.
Call me unkind, but that's my opinion.
Thats right! So all you weaselly liberals line up and watch this you freaks!
A gentle answer turns away wrath,
but a harsh word stirs up anger.
Better a meal of vegetables where there is love
than a fattened calf with hatred.
A mocker resents correction;
he will not consult the wise.
The discerning heart seeks knowledge,
but the mouth of a fool feeds on folly.
Folly delights a man who lacks judgment,
but a man of understanding keeps a straight course.
He who ignores discipline despises himself,
but whoever heeds correction gains understanding.
Proverbs 15:assorted verses.
by anemometers 7 years ago
Should being kind to others be the most important thing in our lives?Some religious people say that you don't have to do good to other people but simply believe a set of doctrines in order to be right with God. Other people believe that we must live good lives in order to be right with God. Some...
by mdawson17 9 years ago
I have published many religious as well as spiritual hubs and in return I receive allot of good support however I have also received many people that have left comments of hatred on my site! Why do you think this and do you think this right? Do we not have the right to the freedom of our religion...
by Alan 5 years ago
When anyone, of whatever religious persuasion, holds thoroughly rigid views within the accepted norms of that religion, does it make for honesty and truth? Or deception and lies?Opening up one's mind to other points of view, does this help in the understanding of truth? Or does it cloud and...
by cjhunsinger 4 years ago
Why are those you believe in a god so aggressive?It seems to be fairly common for one who believes in the existence of a supernatural deity to verbally attack, threaten with damnation and even demean anyone who does not subscribe to such a belief. Are such beliefs built on such intimidation and is...
by Knight6 7 years ago
do you think it is possible that all religions and beliefs stem from one idea?humans being what they are i believe yes it all started with one idea that spawned them all they all tell the same story but in their own way so do you think that all religions and i mean everyone from the start of time...
by Randy Godwin 9 years ago
Having been admonished by an anti-evolutionist/creationist for diverting the discussion in another thread, I decided to start this thread to get others thoughts on inheriting religion from ones parents.Having been forced to attend a bigoted, racist church in my younger years by my parents until I...
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