I wouldn’t give up my religion for anyone. Not my child or anyone. That’s not how it works. My faith and beliefs aren’t my beliefs when it’s convenient idk My best friend has paws about yours. I’d love my son with all my heart no matter what he did. But I would not ever deny God.
Hot My best friend has paws collection!
I came to the comments to be positive with a different perspective and y’all came to argue. But, if being a hateful & mean to a stranger empowers you – that’s your prerogative. Apparently it’s only “progressive” or social justice if you’re being decent to the people you agree with. My best friend has paws She said she’d love him regardless ya’ll always read and see what you want too. She never said OMG ILL DISOWN HIM BLAH BLAH. Shut the fuck up. As long as she’ll love her kid that’s all that matters. Ya’ll act as a parent you agree with everything they’ll say or do. Loving someone unconditionally means you have no limits to your love and she said that.
Just FYI y’all: yelling your opinion more loudly, aggressively and hatefully doesn’t make your opinion more valid. You may be heard but your voice is falling on deaf ears. If you want progress, try seeking understanding and to be understood by people who think differently. I’ve accepted that my spiritual beliefs aren’t inherently “right”, they are right for me.
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I was using ‘you’ as a convenient word to convey general belief. My statement hasn’t changed. Maybe it would help if you pretend like I didn’t use the word dogma. My statement was based in logical if/than reasoning. Have your beliefs, and have the conversation if that’s your prerogative, but don’t go saying pizza and macaroni sucks without expecting some opposition. It’s not about ‘respect my beliefs because I said so’ when it comes to this topic. So again, I ask, do you believe it’s a lifestyle/choice?
I definitely expect opposition. My point was that when opposing I don’t think we should oppose without an understanding of the initial opposition. Which if you were using the word “you” generally then changes “busting chops” into an actual conversation. I could understand why you’d believe that. I’m actually a very logical person, but as specifically a part of my spirituality it’s requires like (almost any religion) that you live by faith and not by sight.