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is that what I think it is if it makes you happy of course it counts.I'm a pastafarian,
everytime I think of catholic, I think of Mother Theresa, the catholic church has a large history ay!Raised Catholic, Catholic primary and secondary schools, Catholic work place, attended Church every Sunday (home) and Wednesdays (work), married in Catholic church, children baptised Catholic, both attend Catholic primary school - does this count
oh absolutley, I sooo agree spirituality being a personal thing, yip and NO one should be telling you how you should believe, I agree 100%I do not agree with organised religion because I believe spirituality is a very personal thing and no one should tell you how you should believe.
That "classes" me as Agnostic, as I believe in a higher form but I don't believe in Religion.
Life is usually like thatits funny because my mum was always very anti-religion and anti-american
I married an American Christian
yeh me to, that would be cool.Would love to have a chat sometime, about anything
no I cannot call it that, because I have always been a believer that there is a god, even though I still believed in angels, and did tarot etc heheheI was very spiritual, agnostic, I now can call it
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