AngelaMarie24 36F
139 posts
7/26/2005 12:15 pm

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My grandfather may be my gardian angel now,but he was even more so when he was alive.My grandfather was the only rock in my shaky childhood.He died of lung cancer when I was 11.He and my grandmother raised me from a baby.I remember being so angry at God.I didn't speak to Him for a long time after that.All that changed when I became a mother.When my twins were born,I grew up and realized that God does what He thinks is best for us.Whether we agree with it or not.After all,He is the Father.And as I listen to my kids talk about God and Jesus,my only hope for them is to always see God and Jesus as purely as they do now.If they do that,no matter what life may throw at them,I know that they will be ok.

Death is a challenge.It tells us not to waste time.It tells us to tell each other right now that we love each other.
-Leo F. Buscaglia

rm_4nik8_4u 61M
2501 posts
7/26/2005 3:45 pm

Religion IS a man made thing. Worship of a great spirit or"GOD" is in your soul. You can live your life full of praise and worship in church on Sunday but how you live the other six days bears more witness to the person you are. Live life with a full heart. Full of love, compassion, happiness, praise and kindness and you will be amazed at how different your life becomes.

goddessofbitches 41M/33F

7/27/2005 12:37 pm

That is cool. I think that it is very sweet when my son says his prayers. And my heart melts as he includes his little sister...the dog that lives next door...Barney the dinosaur..and so no.


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mustang65695 58M
54 posts
7/28/2005 8:27 am

Sometimes people can do more for you after they have passed on.

Life is to be celebrated, Life is to be savored
Mattie Stepanek

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