Both, with a Good Book and a mug of cocoa! Now that's relaxation.
I'll meet you on deck! We'll call it a long distance date!
Son, perverted thoughts are unbecoming of you. Try maturing just a little bit. A "date" need not involve intimacy. Why bother, learning is not in the heart of so many on the forums. It's good to see you healthy though!
Hmm hmm. Condescending to the last. I see you cannot take a joke either. I am guessing you are not very tall.
Would that be a correct guess, priest?
I am sure you will ignore the message here though - as you seem incapable of learning. I put that down to ego.
History has taught us that the more righteous one is demonstrating, that one has the most to hide.
Spirituality, I don't believe in religion especially any form of structured religion
Hello by the way
As you can tell I'm pretty new
Religion would have us believe that we are by nature bad and if left to our own devices will automatically do the wrong thing.
This dictates that religion needs to tell us what to do, who to be and what to believe. Religion is the ultimate example of conditional love.
Spiritual, but not in the sense most people mean.
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