All of your hoping and all of your searching for what?
Ask me for what am I living
and what gives me strength that I'm willing to die for?
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posted by Megan Shitama Weston at 6:23 PM
i know this is random but y not try this 4 a yg name: The lovable dysfunctional family known as youth group who welcoms any who walk through r doors- bored person thats thinking 2 much
I like it!
Megan, I'm just going to pretend that you blogged about Jerry Falwell's death and/or something about morality/Christian ideals/how people present themselves, because I want to respond (to this theoretical post) with a quote I liked from another blog:"The much lamented 'decline of morality' is caused by the fact the loudest contemporary proponents of 'morality' are filled with obvious misery, judgment, anger, and fear. Who wants to emulate behavior that leads to that? 'Morality' has become synonymous with prudery through association with these people. This has not always been the case. I wish those people would shut up so that people could learn that ACTUAL morality leads to love, acceptance, and happiness."I was thinking about how a lot of talk about morality (which Falwell obviously did) is so hypocritical that it seems like the only reason people don't point it out is they expect it to happen... like expecting politicians to lie.Anyway, I'm also coincidentally reading a book called "Skipping Towards Gomorrah," by Dan Savage, which is aimed at supposed upholders of virtue (namely, Will Bennett, author of "The Broken Hearth"). It's totally hilarious, smart and unsuitable for children.I guess I could have blogged about this myself, but I didn't feel like it. :D
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