From the quill of femme sole 30.6.17

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9 thoughts on “From the quill of femme sole 30.6.17

  1. Pretty sure I’m not alone in heeding this reminder. Was just thinking though, sociopaths will say that a lot, too. “The person who crossed me will be punished.” Funny how they appropriate this.

      • And using as a weapon. “Be nice to me, or God will punish you. Everyone who crosses me will be punished by God.” Common threat towards children in the other country. Which, and I can’t stress this enough, is fanatically religious. Very close to ISIS levels in a lot of ways. But Christian.

      • Totally. We all are if you believe. Being Catholic, I see the Pope more as a guideline if how we should live. The current one seems the best of the bunch so far. But apparently he said something along the lines of, “this is not for me to judge.” And that’s cool in my book. He chose to dedicate his life to God. So he will help. Ok.

        However, I still think it’s stupid that priests can’t marry. Have a community of priests who choose not to, but don’t force it. We all know Jesus was married. So? Still makes him a good person. My atheist dad used to say that Jesus was the first socialist. I always used to say he was a considerate man who advocated for illegitimate children and their mothers. Why shouldn’t we look for guidance to someone like that? And a few others. Jesus wasn’t alone. That’s the beauty of it.

        Btw, how is / was Mother Theresa seen in India? Because I read articles saying that she deliberately kept people in poverty to bring them closer to God. And, unfortunately, I can easily believe that.

      • my sentiments exactly!

        Believe me whoever told you that about Mother Teresa is a filthy, disgusting liar! She and her nuns picked up rotting remains of human society from road and allowed them to die with dignity! I have spent two months as a volunteer on one of her homes, for the severely autistic kids and I wont hear any b**** about her unless it is proven! You will get some detailed information about mother Teresa in this month’s Ezines.

  2. Cool. That you’re doing a feature on her. I’m too cynical at times I can’t believe there is still good in the world. So, sorry about that Mother Theresa comment. There was an article, respectable paper, too. Well, respectable in that it wasn’t rightwing and didn’t feature half nude girls on page three to attract male readers.

  3. I think the main idea of living as a nun is to renounce all worldly pleasures, as that brings you closer to God, so being frugal is a huge part of that. I honestly don’t know any nuns, though my mom went to convent school. It’s a noble idea though, helping others like that.

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