God... and Stuff

bryanthomasIn my spare time I juggle fog.
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God... and Stuff

by bryanthomas

"I'm struggling with my faith, Mum," said Anthony. "Why?"

"How can I believe in somebody I can't see, can't talk to?" "You can always talk to God."

"But is he listening? I asked him to let us win the Lotto, but we haven't." "Faith isn't about wealth, or material possessions, it's a spiritual thing."

"Picking me up from school in a forty grand Range Rover is as spiritual as it gets." "Pfft!"

"Take Satan for example." "I'd rather not."

"Hellfire and damnation sound cool." "Not to me."

"I've decided, I'm gonna tread the path to hell." "Enjoy the journey, heathen."

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@bernardtwindwil Gosh, shocking story with a relatively good outcome, bernard. You were one of many I would imagine.

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This was an odd credo of devotion and I loved it. So cleverly done. True story: My parents sent me to a Catholic parochial school in 4th grade. We were taught by overbearing sadistic nuns. I received smacks daily from her teaching rod. In class, discussion after a particularly vicious smack on my knuckles, the nun started a discussion on how bad hell was and how wonderful heaven was and that she would be there to meet us. I raised my hand and asked if she was certain that she was going to heaven. She answered to the affirmative. I then said that "I for damn sure don't want to go to heaven in that case. Besides that, all my friends will be in hell." I was expelled from school and was given the reward of returning to public schools.