which "god thing" - there are over 160,000 different religions in the world, to which "god" are you referring?
Mom Kat: I don't care...you pick one....I'll go with it...ok?
You're the one with all the questions. Why don't you ask one & I'll see if I have enough knowledge about that religion to help you out.
hi Mom Kat: I don't think I mentioned religion..did I? uh uh didn't. It's just this god thing concpet that I have a million questions about.
So you pick a god out of the many and we'll go from there....fair? ty :-)
To believe in any "god" automatically pulls toward religion: the belief of a higher power.
Alright - I'll pick a god for you then & let you ask away from there....
Odin - go
Ok Mom...the German god creator of man and woman....or was that Woden? Anyway, what was the purpose of "its" derivation?"
luv: "coma" seems to be the operative word...lol
Mom: ...lol try to pay attention....question remains the same, Wodin or Odin...pls try to answer my question....ty >-)
Wodin/Odin are the same guy. Both are names for the Germanic (and Norse is a blanket term for the people who speak/spoke North Germanic languages) Chief God.
What's the question, again?
I think it was "what was the purpose of "its" derivation?" but I'm taking today off and I've already had 3 margaritas for breakfast so I'm not exactly sure. As soon as it gets a little bit warmer I'm going to remove myself from this place and sit in the sun by the pool. Ahhh I can't wait.
I think this thread is putting me into a coma (No disrespect to luvpassion intended). Or maybe it's the margaritas. Jeezzzzz, I'm surprised I can still find my keyboard.
gosh...even mom won't answer my questions....maybe there arent any answers...eh?
Wodin the Troll-Servant is the servant of Gurgthock.
Odin (pronounced /ˈoʊdɨn/ from Old Norse Óðinn), is considered the chief god in Norse mythology and the ruler of Asgard. Homologous with the Anglo-Saxon Ƿōden and the Old High German Wotan, the name is descended from Proto-Germanic *Wōđinaz or *Wōđanaz. "Odin" is generally accepted as the modern English form of the name.
But you already know all this. And if not, you could just look it up like I did.
You talk about the "god thing" alot, is it anything like "wild thing?" Does it move you? Do you wanna' know for sure?
Disturbia;...cant move me if I don't know what it is we're talking about....you got any idea what this god thing is everyone loves to banter about? AS I said I sure have lotsa questions about what seems to be nuthin'.
sorry - I've been busy working & being a mom, and other silly things like that. I can't ALWAYS be on the computer
And in all honesty, I haven't been feeling like my usual self lately & don't think I have the appropriate brain power or any energy for that matter to be even halfway decent at discussing this issue at this point in time.
Maybe when I'm feeling better & getting some real sleep I can visit back & pick it up again. I'm almost done with my overnight shifts & then I get to transfer - so I'll actually get to sleep like everyone else
thanks for the try Mom...now get some sleep..:-)
can't - at least not tonight. I have my last overnight tonight. After I got home this morning I did get in a 3 hour nap before my hubby had to go to work, so I should only be up for about 36 hours by the time it's all said and done. Which isn't THAT bad, because there are times when I had to stay awake for 54 hours.
But thank you
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