¨Of course there's no point to life. We're just a bunch of monkeys who are very proud of themselves. But just because life doesn't have a point doesn't mean it's not worth living.
Sociopaths are often described as thrill seekers, and I think this is my real motive. Life is a roller coaster. There are ups and downs, you can lean one way or the other, maybe throw your hands up and cheer, or maybe close your eyes, but in the end you are on the track you are on. Maybe you are friendly to the person next to you, maybe you steal their wallet, maybe you don't even care that they're there. The ride will end and you are equally done. More people will ride, but it's just a loop. There is no point. But damn, wasn't that fun¨
¨If you go to the second floor of the National Museum of American History inWashington, D.C., you’ll find a small room containing an 18...
REAL HERO/REAL LIFE: Bishop John Shelby Spong
“I was simply interpreting a rising consciousness,” he said. “Whether it was race or women or homosexual people, the issue was always the same: fighting against anything that dehumanizes a child of God on the basis of an external characteristic.” Bishop John Shelby Spong (click on his photo)
IT GETS BETTER--Archbishop Desmond Tutu supports LGBT full acceptance and inclusion too!
¨Churches say that the expression of love in a heterosexual monogamous relationship includes the physical, the touching, embracing, kissing, the genital act - the totality of our love makes each of us grow to become increasingly godlike and compassionate. If this is so for the heterosexual, what earthly reason have we to say that it is not the case with the homosexual?¨ Anglican Archbishop Desmond Tutu
The No Anglican Covenant Coalition -- COMPREHENSIVE UNITY
A VERY UN-ANGLICAN COVENANT (click on logo)
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