TVD Season 8 Rant




Couterfeit Christians- Zombies in our church services.

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(Church Zombies, True Christians vs Fake Ones, Comparing apples to oranges.)

There is a threat so suttle in Churches across America, the undead sittin in seates occupying spaces and without a slightest beat of a heart or sign of life, yet they are there among us.

These are code blue flat line souls that are dressed up to look like the living but they are still dead, “dead in their sins and transgressions” according to Ephesians 2.

I used to be one myself and just sat in my decorated coffin adorned with flowers to make me look alive, but dead as a doornail. Some know all the right words to say, and all the prayers to pray, but yet still have yet to come out of the grave.
Jesus clearly taught that “Unless a man be born again he will not see the kingdom of God” John 3

The problem…

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Love Is A Spectrum

Love Is A Spectrum: Why You Should Hold Onto Your Own Definition Of Love

Lovely article from a woman who has never been in romantic love but acknowledges that you can be in love in  many different ways and it doesn’t not have to meet society’s traditional model

An Aromantic Perspective: Feeling Emotionally Attracted to People

Beautiful post about emotional attraction!

Flying While Falling Down


Attraction is a very tough subject to explore because it’s so heavily dependent on individual experiences. However, it’s also a subject that’s being brought up more and more as people are getting more in touch with who they are and what they want out of the people and world around them.

One of the biggest questions about aromantic asexuals, in particular, seems to be how we know when we’re in love with someone and how those feelings differ from simple friendship.

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6 Things That Made Me Realize I’m an Aromantic Asexual

Flying While Falling Down

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Sometimes when I think about how long it took me to figure out my orientation and identity, I’m absolutely astounded. I was raised in a very conservative(not necessarily political, but highly religious/traditionalist) household and discovering these different aspects of myself has led to a curious kind of peace within myself.

One of the hardest realizations that I finally came to terms with was my aromantic identity. There’s seems to be an amazing amount of confusion about aromantics, in general, and aromantic asexuals, in particular.

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