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Omg... I love non-Christians or non-religious people. I used to think something was wrong with me and that I couldn't get a long with people. I wish I had realized earlier that I was just in the wrong crowd all along. I love you all. bye

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Does this mean that you quit being a christian, Kathlene? If so, then congratulations. :beer:

 

Oh yeah, and I love you too PK.

 

 

Yeah I havent hugely advertised it, but yes I am back. This time hopefully wiser and making better choices than I did last time. You guys rock in here!

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So I wasn't hallucinating when I thought I saw a status update where you announced that you're back from the cult... good news! :3:

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Omg... I love non-Christians or non-religious people. I used to think something was wrong with me and that I couldn't get a long with people. I wish I had realized earlier that I was just in the wrong crowd all along. I love you all. bye

 

Thank you!

 

 

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Omg... I love non-Christians or non-religious people.

Yes, we are the cat's ass for sure.

 

KATHLENE . . . it would be interesting to hear your thought process during reconversion/deconversion! (Welcome back!)

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I noticed that when I was a christian my best friends ended up being non-christians. They seemed to be the people you could count on and the ones whose word was good. I was also more comfortable with them and could be myself. christians see to be the worst at things like returning phone calls and keeping commitmants.

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Does this mean that you quit being a christian, Kathlene? If so, then congratulations. :beer:

 

Oh yeah, and I love you too PK.

 

 

Yeah I havent hugely advertised it, but yes I am back. This time hopefully wiser and making better choices than I did last time. You guys rock in here!

 

I got the impression, from your last few posts, that you had returned from the dark side. But I didn't feel I knew you well enough to comment, even though you seem like a nice person no matter your religious status. Now, I'm looking forward to more of your posts.

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Does this mean that you quit being a christian, Kathlene? If so, then congratulations. :beer:

 

Oh yeah, and I love you too PK.

 

 

Yeah I havent hugely advertised it, but yes I am back. This time hopefully wiser and making better choices than I did last time. You guys rock in here!

Well spoken, Kathlene. It has always been incumbent upon each person to make good choices for himself or herself.

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Ooh. Yeah. Love is kind of a strong word. Would you guys settle for strong feelings?

 

LOL Foxy - makes me love you all the more. Seriously, you all are an important part of my world, and have been for the last 6 or so years.

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Omg... I love non-Christians or non-religious people. I used to think something was wrong with me and that I couldn't get a long with people. I wish I had realized earlier that I was just in the wrong crowd all along. I love you all. bye

 

It strikes me as weird how we call people who don't hold Christian beliefs 'non-Christian'. I do it too, but it's weird. I could just as easily be called a non-Gozer worshipper.

 

After I stopped hanging around Christians I realized how much better the 'sinner' crowd is. It's made me a better person to know honest people.

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