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Rose-Colored World Report | 12/28/2017 6:25 am
Rose-Colored World
D'aww, thank you dear.
I love yours as well. Almost completely angelic, with just that small touch of demonic. It's adorable!
Risen-Pain Report | 08/15/2017 8:15 am
In a world where civil discourse has long been disestablished, it is both astonishing and refreshing to see someone like you who genuinely listens and appreciates others point of view, communicates with proper conduct, refrains from ad hominem and cheap-shot manipulative rhetoric yet incredibly persuasive), and actually can make a solid point. Truly humbling.
Risen-Pain Report | 08/14/2017 7:33 pm
Hey. Your wings. I'm interested in a pair. May I know the name of them so I can purchase them myself?
Pretty Peahen Report | 07/19/2017 10:59 am
Pretty Peahen
Omgthankyouthankyouthankyou emotion_hug
Fullmetal Joestar Report | 07/09/2017 6:36 pm
Fullmetal Joestar
It's Ok! Thank you. Peace be with you, too.
jigtail Report | 07/08/2017 5:21 pm
I decided to only answer the first three (they turned out to be longer than I thought they would be).

1. I'd look at agnostic theists as examples-- they believe in one or more deities, but also say that the existence or nonexistence of any deity is not known in fact. Then there are agnostic atheists-- they do not
hold a belief in any deities, but also say that whether or not a deity actually exists is unknowable. They're both saying, "I believe this, but there's a chance I could be wrong." To me, it seems redundant to add that. Obviously, there's always a chance that you could be wrong, but most people still plant their flags somewhere. It's as if a Catholic were to call themselves a "Catholic Mormon" under the possibility that Mormonism may be true.

2. I don't think anyone ever has self-determined ethics. As long as somebody's surrounded by other people, they're going to pick up morals from them. I think most of mine are influenced by the laws of the country I live in, Judeo-Christian values, and the morals my friends have.

3. In short, yes, and I'm going to keep this reply as short as possible. Obviously, hormones are going to play a large part in what people feel, but attitude and personality determine how people act. Love can involve everything from romantic, mature love to self-love.
jigtail Report | 07/08/2017 1:24 pm
Haha, you can ask me questions if you wish. However, I'm multitasking with gaia and other things right now. Don't expect to have a full conversation with me.
jigtail Report | 07/08/2017 12:58 pm
Hello, and thank you. emotion_yatta Are you asking me to recall what made me start questioning my original religion? For the life of me, I can't remember what the first thing was. I remember having minor doubts when I was a little kid, but they were never enough to make me seriously question religion or Catholicism itself. Those doubts grew as I did. I progressed from Catholicism, Christianity, theism, and so on until I called myself an atheist. That's the easiest way I can explain it.
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