Three years down the track

Three years down the track

Joined: April 30th, 2005, 4:27 am

April 22nd, 2010, 4:15 am #1

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Joined: March 8th, 2007, 6:53 am

April 22nd, 2010, 5:07 am #2

Have YOU changed?

not.
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Joined: April 30th, 2005, 4:27 am

April 22nd, 2010, 6:09 am #3

just learn to let it go. JB
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Joined: March 8th, 2007, 6:53 am

April 22nd, 2010, 7:32 am #4

non responsive....obviously your intent was onoy to troll here....

which answers my question....you HAVEN'T changed.....3?.....try 10 years on.


AND YOU asking three years down the track.....telling what?....ME to let go?

hahahaha
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Joined: March 8th, 2007, 6:53 am

April 22nd, 2010, 7:33 am #5

just learn to let it go. JB
your's and Bob's spirit....have much in common.....both of you love passive attacking.

http://www.network54.com/Forum/178694/m ... ng+Gerard-
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April 22nd, 2010, 8:03 am #6

Learn to let things go. JB
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Joined: December 8th, 2003, 1:16 am

April 22nd, 2010, 9:42 am #7

Christianity today, is always about finding fault in others, isn't it?

I'm not saying that as a criticism but rather, as a sincere observation. If a Christian can't find fault with a "sinner" there will be no need to convert that person ... right? Only sinners need to be converted and if they need to be converted, they must first understand their fault. So Christians make it their business to find FAULT with other people. This gets to be an all-encompassing habit so that it becomes impossible to carry on a conversation or meaningful relationship with a Christian because they're constantly looking for faults.

On the other hand, if one points out a fault in a Christian to that Christian, the immediate retort is that "no one is perfect; we all make mistakes." (!!)

So it's always and forever a one-way street with Christians. They're not perfect but don't like to have their faults pointed out to them. If one does that, one becomes a "persecutor, scoffer, mocker" etc. etc.

They, on the other hand, feel justified in constantly pointing out -what they perceive to be- the faults in others. And then of course, they accuse non-Christians of ALL SORTS of faults that are purely imagined in their own minds as well.

They're simply immature and childish.

-Vince
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truth-b-told
truth-b-told

April 22nd, 2010, 9:54 am #8

... it's the double standard all over the place.
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April 22nd, 2010, 11:39 am #9

Christianity today, is always about finding fault in others, isn't it?

I'm not saying that as a criticism but rather, as a sincere observation. If a Christian can't find fault with a "sinner" there will be no need to convert that person ... right? Only sinners need to be converted and if they need to be converted, they must first understand their fault. So Christians make it their business to find FAULT with other people. This gets to be an all-encompassing habit so that it becomes impossible to carry on a conversation or meaningful relationship with a Christian because they're constantly looking for faults.

On the other hand, if one points out a fault in a Christian to that Christian, the immediate retort is that "no one is perfect; we all make mistakes." (!!)

So it's always and forever a one-way street with Christians. They're not perfect but don't like to have their faults pointed out to them. If one does that, one becomes a "persecutor, scoffer, mocker" etc. etc.

They, on the other hand, feel justified in constantly pointing out -what they perceive to be- the faults in others. And then of course, they accuse non-Christians of ALL SORTS of faults that are purely imagined in their own minds as well.

They're simply immature and childish.

-Vince
that people often fall upon their own sword. JB
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Joined: July 20th, 2009, 1:33 pm

April 22nd, 2010, 11:55 am #10

... that humans confuse who they are with what "their" idea is. They create a false map of themselves when they identify themselves with an idea. They do this all the time. When they identify themselves with an idea they advocate, they set themselves up to be "defeated" when a smarter idea presents itself. This is the root of all conflict.

The map is not the terrain, the menu is not the meal etc..

Humans are not in conflict, "their" ideas are. The conflict of ideas and information is naturally present in all forms of communication. By understanding this very simple concept, we can all (learn to) benefit from conflict instead of identifying with it.


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Rule #3 of population control is to make the people so absolutely sure that "their" ideas are right
that they'll fight to the death for them.


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