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Now I've said what I had to say and I really do leave you all to your own demise - so it can never be said that i want to be a part of your shit.
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Now I've said what I had to say and I really do leave you all to your own demise - so it can never be said that i want to be a part of your shit.
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He has been threatening to leave for hours...
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Lol, very true.

I hope no one goes to hell.

Wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
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Same here, we have something in common.


Worse part about father's day, I had to listen to my mother squeak about how my father was in hell. I was like, beotch, you put him there.
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Oh wow, that's terrible!

Sorry you had to hear that about your dad.

Wishing hell on people is truly demented.
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Now I've said what I had to say and I really do leave you all to your own demise - so it can never be said that i want to be a part of your shit.
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The space between the pillars. The fulcrum of the scales. 

This is why they can't touch him.

His mood affects you all.
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Tell me more about his mood affecting us all, I find it is clearly evident, but wanted to learn more from you guys how this is.
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This whole reality is forming itself around them.
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Think of him as the zero. He lives and if he does bad things others do good things to baLance him out. He is the conduit of neutrality. If he does wrongs others do good He is nobody among everybody.
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Close... -^- I0I


The space between the pillars. The fulcrum of the scales.

Not so much that when they do bad or good others do the opposite. They're the glue keeping it all together. Their mood does ripple out and affect the consciousness, the consciousness ripples back to them and tips it one way or the other.
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It's not easy to remain mostly neutral. It's sort of a melancholic state. Not happy or sad.

It's the only way though to be fair to both sides. To be able to see from both perspectives so they can bring the opposing sides together in the middle.

Surely they do swing to the extremes at times when they view through one side or the other. That's what an intercessor does. They mediate.

Some might not like this tactic. They want them to choose one side or the other.

Look at it as if they were a Parent. Imagine having to choose between your children. Or would you say SCREW YOU whoever told them they had to choose and instead gave all a chance.

There is right and wrong done on both sides.
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FUCKING CAKE!!!
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King of Cake, King of Cake.
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Tell me more about his mood affecting us all, I find it is clearly evident, but wanted to learn more from you guys how this is.
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This whole reality is forming itself around them.
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Think of him as the zero. He lives and if he does bad things others do good things to baLance him out. He is the conduit of neutrality. If he does wrongs others do good He is nobody among everybody.
 Quoting: Draco 77722004


 Quoting: Draco 77722004


Close... -^- I0I


The space between the pillars. The fulcrum of the scales.

Not so much that when they do bad or good others do the opposite. They're the glue keeping it all together. Their mood does ripple out and affect the consciousness, the consciousness ripples back to them and tips it one way or the other.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73322276


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68191191


It's not easy to remain mostly neutral. It's sort of a melancholic state. Not happy or sad.

It's the only way though to be fair to both sides. To be able to see from both perspectives so they can bring the opposing sides together in the middle.

Surely they do swing to the extremes at times when they view through one side or the other. That's what an intercessor does. They mediate.

Some might not like this tactic. They want them to choose one side or the other.

Look at it as if they were a Parent. Imagine having to choose between your children. Or would you say SCREW YOU whoever told them they had to choose and instead gave all a chance.

There is right and wrong done on both sides.
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Lol, very true.

I hope no one goes to hell.

Wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Same here, we have something in common.


Worse part about father's day, I had to listen to my mother squeak about how my father was in hell. I was like, beotch, you put him there.
 Quoting: pool


Lol, very true.

I hope no one goes to hell.

Wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Same here, we have something in common.


Worse part about father's day, I had to listen to my mother squeak about how my father was in hell. I was like, beotch, you put him there.
 Quoting: pool


We are living in perdition or what U call Hell!!

.Lawless ones rule the Earth and U mope,.. thinking
nothing can be done about this situation.

Giving up is easy.
I will not stop until I see Paradise on Earth around Me,..WE are far from the Mark! :)
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Tell me more about his mood affecting us all, I find it is clearly evident, but wanted to learn more from you guys how this is.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 62716963


This whole reality is forming itself around them.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77312239


Think of him as the zero. He lives and if he does bad things others do good things to baLance him out. He is the conduit of neutrality. If he does wrongs others do good He is nobody among everybody.
 Quoting: Draco 77722004


 Quoting: Draco 77722004


Close... -^- I0I


The space between the pillars. The fulcrum of the scales.

Not so much that when they do bad or good others do the opposite. They're the glue keeping it all together. Their mood does ripple out and affect the consciousness, the consciousness ripples back to them and tips it one way or the other.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73322276


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68191191


It's not easy to remain mostly neutral. It's sort of a melancholic state. Not happy or sad.

It's the only way though to be fair to both sides. To be able to see from both perspectives so they can bring the opposing sides together in the middle.

Surely they do swing to the extremes at times when they view through one side or the other. That's what an intercessor does. They mediate.

Some might not like this tactic. They want them to choose one side or the other.

Look at it as if they were a Parent. Imagine having to choose between your children. Or would you say SCREW YOU whoever told them they had to choose and instead gave all a chance.

There is right and wrong done on both sides.
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FUCKING CAKE!!!
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Yeah, the cake is a lie, because, as you know, the war doesn't end here.
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this is hell.

personal hell is being out of tune with yourself.

doesn't matter the religion you practice, the god you worship, if you do it with anger in your heart, or vengeance in your soul then hell is where you stand.

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This is the underworld.

Heaven and hell are concepts of a state of mind. We make our own heaven and hell.
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this is hell.

personal hell is being out of tune with yourself.

doesn't matter the religion you practice, the god you worship, if you do it with anger in your heart, or vengeance in your soul then hell is where you stand.


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Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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I always interpreted it based on who I chose to associate with.
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Lol, very true.

I hope no one goes to hell.

Wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Same here, we have something in common.


Worse part about father's day, I had to listen to my mother squeak about how my father was in hell. I was like, beotch, you put him there.
 Quoting: pool


Lol, very true.

I hope no one goes to hell.

Wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


Same here, we have something in common.


Worse part about father's day, I had to listen to my mother squeak about how my father was in hell. I was like, beotch, you put him there.
 Quoting: pool


We are living in perdition or what U call Hell!!

.Lawless ones rule the Earth and U mope,.. thinking
nothing can be done about this situation.

Giving up is easy.
I will not stop until I see Paradise on Earth around Me,..WE are far from the Mark! :)
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I admire your spirit.

I'm not giving up either.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

Fear cuts deeper than swords.
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this is hell.

personal hell is being out of tune with yourself.

doesn't matter the religion you practice, the god you worship, if you do it with anger in your heart, or vengeance in your soul then hell is where you stand.


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Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
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this is hell.

personal hell is being out of tune with yourself.

doesn't matter the religion you practice, the god you worship, if you do it with anger in your heart, or vengeance in your soul then hell is where you stand.


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Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

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this is hell.

personal hell is being out of tune with yourself.

doesn't matter the religion you practice, the god you worship, if you do it with anger in your heart, or vengeance in your soul then hell is where you stand.


 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I dunno. No hell is kinda like 'shave and a haircut' without the 'two bits.' If there's no punishment for people who get away with stuff to the grave, then why follow any rules at all?
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this is hell.

personal hell is being out of tune with yourself.

doesn't matter the religion you practice, the god you worship, if you do it with anger in your heart, or vengeance in your soul then hell is where you stand.


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Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


chuckle

I like the way you think bro.

you question some things, but never your heart.

through the eye of the needle.. cheers

when people think they are the only one's that get the ticket to heaven, they tend to condemn the rest of the world for not living up to the standard they believe they have, and over time it turns their heart cold. I've seen it a thousand times, the bible thumbing evangelist that twists the words of scripture to fit their narrow view on what it is to be good while they refuse to see the good in others.

personally, I'd rather be stuck in hell and help the lost find their way home. That sounds like heaven to me.
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Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I dunno. No hell is kinda like 'shave and a haircut' without the 'two bits.' If there's no punishment for people who get away with stuff to the grave, then why follow any rules at all?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


I agree, its a difficult thing, isn't it?

Like I said before, I think God has a few tricks up His sleeve yet...
A coward dies a thousand times, but the valiant need taste of death but once.

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Yes, but its also heaven.

Depends on how you look at it, I believe.

Good morning to you as well.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


chuckle

I like the way you think bro.

you question some things, but never your heart.

through the eye of the needle.. cheers

when people think they are the only one's that get the ticket to heaven, they tend to condemn the rest of the world for not living up to the standard they believe they have, and over time it turns their heart cold. I've seen it a thousand times, the bible thumbing evangelist that twists the words of scripture to fit their narrow view on what it is to be good while they refuse to see the good in others.

personally, I'd rather be stuck in hell and help the lost find their way home. That sounds like heaven to me.
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It's not so much refusing to see the good in others. It's refusing to continue to overlook the bad. The philosophy of saying "When everyone's a conman, be a sucker" is lacking a certain something.
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exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I dunno. No hell is kinda like 'shave and a haircut' without the 'two bits.' If there's no punishment for people who get away with stuff to the grave, then why follow any rules at all?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


I agree, its a difficult thing, isn't it?

Like I said before, I think God has a few tricks up His sleeve yet...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


All I ask is that no one who has shed human blood with their own hands gets into heaven, and that the only other option is hell. Simple.
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exactly. I refuse to believe in an eternal condemnation for such a brief period of choice without the knowledge that comes from experience..

I mean, think about it..

you have to make mistakes to learn from them, and that is what life is all about.. learning

personally though, I believe this is actually the lowest point in existence.

stuck in gravitational pull and constantly bombarded by the emotional spectrum from the moon, this is pure torment.

I can feel what it would be like outside of it, and it feels much better.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77416468


I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


chuckle

I like the way you think bro.

you question some things, but never your heart.

through the eye of the needle.. cheers

when people think they are the only one's that get the ticket to heaven, they tend to condemn the rest of the world for not living up to the standard they believe they have, and over time it turns their heart cold. I've seen it a thousand times, the bible thumbing evangelist that twists the words of scripture to fit their narrow view on what it is to be good while they refuse to see the good in others.

personally, I'd rather be stuck in hell and help the lost find their way home. That sounds like heaven to me.
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It's not so much refusing to see the good in others. It's refusing to continue to overlook the bad. The philosophy of saying "When everyone's a conman, be a sucker" is lacking a certain something.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


whatever you focus on creates more of it, no matter how much you do or do not like it.

'much gathers more'
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I know, I read the bible and I believe it but its hard for me to imagine God sending someone to infinite torment for a finite life.

Life is all about learning, your right.

I also believe life is learning how to forgive others.

I have a lot of questions for God when I meet Him, to say the least, lol.
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


I dunno. No hell is kinda like 'shave and a haircut' without the 'two bits.' If there's no punishment for people who get away with stuff to the grave, then why follow any rules at all?
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


I agree, its a difficult thing, isn't it?

Like I said before, I think God has a few tricks up His sleeve yet...
 Quoting: ~Newton's Own~


All I ask is that no one who has shed human blood with their own hands gets into heaven, and that the only other option is hell. Simple.
 Quoting: SureThingBuddy


that's incredibly short sighted and naive.

but ive played this game with you before, you just beg for attention, in whatever form it takes..





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