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But to deny things in the name of a greater being is ridiculous. Like modern medicine, birth control, or whatever else.
It’s like the story of the woman stranded during a flood. [If you haven’t heard… she’s on top of her roof would the water rises, she prays for god to save her. A man on a boat comes by, she denies him and says she believes in god and he will save her. A second boat shows up, “God will save me.” A third one, the water is higher and higher, “I’ve been praying, he will save me.”
The water takes the house and she dies. When in heaven, she asked god why he didn’t save her, “What are you talking about? I sent you three boats!”]
I don’t understand why some religious people can’t possibly consider everyday things acts of god. If they can thank him for their meal everyday, a meal they shopped for at the store, and was likely processed in a factory, why can’t they thank him for doctors and medical instruments and instead let children die from lack of medical attention? If they can make use of electronics made by third world children, why can’t they make use of condoms or birth control and instead have their 19th child barely able to makes it through delivery? Why does divine intervention have to be miraculous and require no effort from people?
My sister just left her two friends sleeping on a couch, while she sleeps in a king bed on the other side of the house.
She could’ve cleaned her room that she doesn’t use and let them share the bed, or the 3 of them could fit easily on the king… I don’t get it.
Good. Hopefully her friends don’t come back for sleepovers then.
One of them is sick too… why would you do that?
We’re also getting two cats on Monday
And I have red velvet lava cake in the fridge
None of these are related
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