Being an atheist is okay.
Being an atheist and shaming religions and spirituality as silly and not real is not okay.
Being a Christian is okay.
Being homophobic, misogynistic, racist, or otherwise hateful person in the name of Christianity is not okay.
I love my friends of all religions (or non-religions)
But sometimes I feel like they can’t accept me because I accept Christ
And I don’t like that, because I don’t do that to them
They do the very thing they say they are against sometimes
The glove compartment is inaccurately named
And everybody knows it.
So i’m proposing a swift orderly change.
Cause behind its door there’s nothing to keep my fingers warm
- Kid at Work: Miss Amber, do you have any kids at your house?
- Me: Like, do I have kids of my own?
- Kid at Work: Yeah.
- Me: No...
- Kid at Work: Well you can buy some just so you can look at em.
i will be unhappy.
i haven’t even seen the light of day today.
i definitely don’t want to go stand outside in the rain in my carebear pajamas.
As I get older and mature more and more, I’m realizing the truth in the statement “Some things are better left unsaid.”
Not because those unsaid thoughts are rude or hurtful at all, but because you have a brain that thinks faster than you can speak for a reason… Not everything that runs through my head, be it a legitimate question or a spurt of randomness, should be shared.
I am beginning to see the beauty in keeping more thoughts to myself and pondering them in my own mind rather than always hearing everyone else’s opinions on my original thought.
I’m still a very curious and outgoing person, but as time passes I continue to see the value in thinking and listening… Not just speaking