Hey, you! I don't even care who you are. But I know that you are beautiful.
One of the two.
Or maybe you're both.
Current Residence: I don't really know *u*
deviantWEAR sizing preference: I prefer XXL c:
Favourite genre of music: Rock, Christian, Hip Hop, Pop
Favourite photographer: Peter Parker
MP3 player of choice: iPod Touch 5th Generation
Shell of choice: TURTLE
Skin of choice: My own, thanks.
Favourite cartoon character: Hiruma hehe
-Content Creator/Admin/Minister, and Intern at Global Scope Media
-Public Relations Intern for Lancifer (YouTube celebrity/music artist)
-I take care of the neighbors little ones and change diapers and stuff C:
'Do I believe in human evolution?' No, I don't. I'm a "Young Earth" believer. There is plenty of evidence that supports Young Earth. You should google it sometime, it's really interesting.
Q: "Do you believe in saving yourself for marriage?"
A: "I don't think intimacy is to be taken lightly, and I find it frustrating and infuriating that the media portrays our sexual choices as having no lasting emotional or spiritual effects beyond the moment they occur. That is laughably foolish. All that said, I have no plans of entering into a physical relationship with someone I am not fully committed to for the rest of my life. I'm not willing to give any more of myself to someone who isn't going to be there, because that is unnaturally painful and I don't need that struggle in my life."
Defining a Judgemental Person
"A judgemental person allows no room for anyone to disagree with them and treats said person as ignorant or foolish if they do. They take everything at face value, and assign worth to people and things based on how well they fit into their own personal belief-system. It's important to note that one can be discerning without being judgmental, which means one can actively evaluate things and people around them for what they perceive to be good or bad. A kind discerning person sees someone as they are (and may spot disagreeable traits), but does not treat them differently due to their decisions, beliefs, or habits, and would be able to explain to them in a LOVING way why what they are doing is something they disagree with, all the while not tearing the person down or demanding they agree with them."
Q: "Do people ever judge you for loving Jesus?"
A: "Of course. Christianity has an extremely negative connotation in pop culture. I definitely get the 'I didn't realize you were stupid' look when I mention it."
"There is nothing I can say to explain who I am without coming across as irritating, pretentious, or deluded."
The more people assume my beliefs are "religious", the more I am motivated to speak about them... So really, if you do not prefer a healthy spiritual discussion, then please refrain from your religion bashing tactics. I don't even really have a religion. I basically have 66 spiritually annointed books, and a God.
"Thanks for sticking to your beliefs. Most people are easily looking to be socially acceptable."