I have a question why does everyone try to look and act like someone their not?
Everyone is not guilty of what you have accused us of.
There are some of us, who expect our accusers to be of a greater intelligence than we, ourselves, are.
There are some of us, who laugh in the face of our accusers.
by Tony Lawrence 7 years ago
Inspired by another thread in which I awarded the "Best Answer by a theist" prize for this answer: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/67562?p … ost1479754 , I have another question.By the way,three things: first, I'm not joking or being sarcastic. I think he really did give the...
by lapin 4 years ago
why did you ask the question: why do people stay in bad relationships ?Also are men more likely to walk out on a bad relationship than women or do women stay longer in a bad relationship in the vague hope the partner will change ?
by Rainbow Pride 8 years ago
Hello, I'm Rainbow Pride. I'm new here, although some of you may have seen me exploring the forums a bit today.My goal here is to gain support for lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders by writing about them.My first project will be about LGBT Stereotypes. So I'd like to ask the community here...
by Michael Ward 4 years ago
How do you feel about the stereotyping of beliefs?For example whenever an atheist like me does something wrong it somehow manages to reflect on atheists as a whole, not just me as a person. Whenever a catholic does something wrong it's a similar event (like the priest scandals). Whenever it's a...
by graceinus 5 years ago
Jesus said for us to love our neighbor like we love oursselves, can we love our neighbor that much?I know how much I love myself. I think it goes without saying for all of us. Jesus told us to love our neighbor's with the same amount that we love ourselves. And what exactly defines our neighbor?...
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