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  1. Colleen Bruns says:

    I am sadden by this truth but it explains why I haven’t gone to church meeting since 2001. This judging prevents real relationships & body life. No love can begin or survive it.

  2. love is greater than these. yes.

  3. Agent 156 says:

    On the whole, I agree with your point. However, I am really tired of the assumption that I have to BE (or must somehow, secretly and ignorantly be) the ugly I can see in order to recognize it and call it out. I don’t have to eat the contents of an ashtray to know that they must taste pretty disgusting. I can look at something, smell something, recognize something that I do not like, do not approve of, would not engage in, and never want to become, without ac I don’t have to eat the contents of an ashtray to know that they must taste pretty disgusting. I can look at something, smell something, recognize something that I do not like, do not approve of, would not engage in, and never want to become without actually being it myself. And it does not constitute some form of illegitimate judgment to know what it is I am seeing, what exactly it means, from where it comes, and/or that and it does not constitute some form of illegitimate judgment to know what it is I am seeing, what exactly it means, from where it comes, and/or that I find it despicable. I have the right to speak what I see authentically as well as how I feel about it without constantly having to be accused of somehow being it or have it be claimed that my doing so somehow automatically equates to me being that.

  4. Agent 156 says:

    Sorry my phone messed up my comment above and I don’t see an EDIT button to fix it. Feel free to edit out those weird repeating strings please!