I don't disagree, nor was I suggesting I had the answer to the question. It was a rhetorical more than anything. Even compassion has to have it's limits in a pragmatic society.... We (the American taxpayers) can't be expected to feed, cloth, bathe and medicate every child in the world- even if we wanted to. It's just very hard to decide where do you draw the line of personal responsibility and societal responsibility.
No, she's never hyper sexual - we've been together for 12 years, on the first month one might say she was hyper, we spend pretty much all day doing it - after that it dropped fast, less than once a week, once a month, random numbers without it, over an year even...
Yep. Done with your baiting. I am hapoy to ignore you as always. If you are just gonna cry when you get spanked then maybe you shouldn't engage me with your feeble attempts. Trust me. I have no desire to look for your baiting comments, but you can never manage to stay away can you? Pathetic.
My daughter runs a convenience store...........and yes..........everything expired is to be thrown out....thrown out in ma cupboard!
We're talking about PUBLIC COMMERCE, Gillette. You like to overlook the fact that a PUBLIC business open to the PUBLIC must serve ALL of the PUBLIC by LAW.
but the brassire was always a bit too much even if it was bright orange..
No, I'm not confusing them. I am just using the word provided. It was speaking in terms of creation. You would argue that parents do not create their children? That is demonstratively wrong, since, as a matter of fact no two people are alike. Thus, the creative love making interaction of the parents, in form (they say no two couples make love the same way) and outcome (the bouncing babies) is entirely creative, with a unique creative result that had never existed before being the outcome every time.
Not to mention, if you want to be a top executive of a high profile company or hold any position in elected office, you better be happily married with two beautiful children.
Which statement Opus? You've implied it: but you haven't stated it?
Re: Miscarriages and boundaries
That would not bother me as he did not perform any miracles at that time (if we follow what is written in NT).
I didn't say you were not a true Christian. You're simply disrespecting your mother in a public forum. You seem to have a low opinion of her, and you've told us all here about it. You say that she can take it, but is she insulting you in front of total strangers, behind your back?
Always glad for the acquaintance, I had my perceptions. Not many as adventurous and emboldened to achieve your levels of sufficiency's. That is pertaining to my and many other's life's accomplishments.
It is God's will that must be done. You, like all non-believers, need to accept that.
It?s not a theory and they are not physical beings. I agree that your god is no more real than any of the thousands that came before and after, be it the god of the Aztec, the Sioux, or Scientologists. No more logical than stating you have faith that Professor Dumbledore exists.
I can see why you need to cling to fantasies.
The day may come when the powers that be ?officially? eliminate it (like the powers that were once decided to eliminate many books of the OT, from my understanding). It would certainly help ?the case? being made by the Christian, I think.