Your cat is very cute. Thanks 4 the comment.
Hi Lavender. Thanks, I'm glad you liked it. :))
Anyone who loves cats, including black cats, can be my friend. :)
I think you are right though, I don't think anyone fits 100% in a category. One minute I sound like an atheist one minute and pantheist the next. I don't fit in one box, but then again Dawkins calls Pantheism sexed up atheism. lol
Thank you for your wise words about my "Prayers an Devotion" Journal. I clearly see you have a very good idea about what is we should do today to have a better world tomorrow. Let´s keep this notion of unity in our prayers an devotion, perhaps will spark in others hearts, the same desire.
Best regards, and many blessings to you.
Why did the boy carry a clock and a bird on Halloween?
It was for "tick or tweet"!
Yes you have helped indeed. Your comment about planting the seed has been in the back of my mind but I just could not put it to words. It's wonderful how God works. Your post along with another put the two biggest troubles to rest.
Let me ask you this, if you don't mind? Would you include a small message? As I told the other wonderful member, I tend to over explain, to esplain, why I am not going to over explain, which results in... well I'm pretty sure you already see my point.
Thank you very much for your "seed" & as always, I send the very best to you & yours
Hi! Thank you for becoming a friend. I am a spiritual person, but don't fully subscribe to any one religion. I have had experience of LDS/Mormon church, and I certainly think that a lot of the negative perceptions of the church are unfair. As with most prejudice, such negative attitudes are based upon people's fears, along with a readiness to believe "media hype", without really knowing the facts. I didn't agree with many aspects of LDS doctrines etc, which is why I didn't join, but I did make some wonderful friends at the church. I found much that is true and wise in the church, and it will always remain an important part of my life. Mormonism is definitely not a cult, and Mormons are definitely Christian. :-)
Love and peace,
Lavender: I am sorry you took my journal as a criticism to depression. If you read my journal again you will notice the word depression is written one time and the journal have more than 200 hundred words.
My journal is not to dismiss depression as an ilness but to use will power as a tool of enlightement for a better and happy life.
My best regard.
In my most recent blog I'm playing around abit - since it seems to me that there is no god then the world as it currently is seems to me to be the way the world would look without a god. So I'm just playin' around. :)
Thanks for commenting on my journal entry "Your Greatest Fear".
I guess I am a mystic. I believe that all being have the divine in them, I would like to experiencing the divine within me, at the deepest level. That would be Nirvana.
Your idea of an off line notebook sounds like a good one