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Old March 26th, 2006, 08:39 PM  
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Join Date: December 26, 2004
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Originally Posted by Kiros72
Kolte, as a matter of fact, stating that someone isn't open-minded enough is actually judging someone. So yes, but you have to realize something... Everything we do or say is probably a judgement: yes or no, right or wrong, good or bad, moral or not. And Kolte, I have been on the other side before - one time I lost faith completely. I have grown from that though and have become a new person. I don't fight with my brother (or other family and friends) anymore, I have plenty of friends, and my view of the world is far different than it used to be. So basically, I was the exact opposite than what you said. I was born into Catholicism, didn't like it, and at the age of 10 turned away from it, along with any form of Christianity. From that time until a couple years later was a real hard time. But I had a revelation and I surrendered it all to God and I have never been better. I never want to go back because I know just how bad it was. So yes, I have been there like others have, so I am very open-minded on this subject.

Word to ya mama!!

The term "utopia" is combined from two Greek words — "no" (ou) and "place/land" (topos), thus meaning "nowhere" or more literally, "no-place/no-land."

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