Ennegram 5 woman, after you left... I texted you saying that I'd like to know you better..
I hope she agrees with me, and I think she will, but if she doesn't, I need to remind myself that it's more about her than me. There is nothing I could have "done differently" that would have made the situation any better. I don't need to agonize over whether I should have went for a kiss or not, because frankly, I don't feel like forcing intimacy, and if she can't deal with that, it's her problem, not mine. Maybe I'm old school, but I can't seperate that out from emotional intimacy. If it's a good kiss, that stuff gets me more attached than I probably should be at this stage. ( I fully admit that I think about this stuff "like a woman". So what? )
Forget the dead you've left; they will not follow you.
The vagabond who is rapping at your door, is standing in the clothes you once wore.
I am curious, if anyone else has this issue: after watching a movie that's in a location that you've visted that for a little while you think you're in that place. and get confused about where you actually are.
Perfectly robust chickens Run laps a lot Pee on the garden Leap over fences Cock is a word for rooster Hen is a type of chicken? Kit kats are good Nice chickens don't belong in the Zoo
Still, I appreciate the fact that he said that atheists may go to heaven (though Vatican would later deny it).
Despite the fact that I don't believe in afterlife, I think that's the kind of mindset promotes tolerancy, rather than a theists vs atheists division on which each side blame the other for everything bad that exists in the world.
Liberals be calling him an athiest, sort of shows how long its been since real christianity made an appearence any place.
It's hard to call anyone a "real" Christian when it's basically impossible to live according to the Bible without committing a serie of crimes (see this).
A man builds. A parasite asks 'Where is my share?'
A man creates. A parasite says, 'What will the neighbors think?'
A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '