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    dots Submission Name: Sindots
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    Author: wordslinger
    Elite Ratio:    6.54 - 234/97/31
    Words: 269
    Class/Type: Random Thoughts/Misc
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       Read this, it is like Worry, just on a different topic. Enjoy.


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    dotsSindots
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    Okay, today's little life lesson(Continued from Worry)

    Sin is who we are. Alright, think of Jesus. He is perfect, right? Well think about this. You hang out with a friend that does stupid things because you both have a good time getting wasted and going out and jumping off roofs. He has a flaw and that is he is crazy and that is why you like him. Can you do that with someone like Jesus? No. If everybody were perfect, tehy'd all follow the commandments, and thus react the same to the environment around them. It'd be boring. We are our flaws, now, think about it. The reason you like somebody more than another person...is because they act different...why do they act different? They don't react the same as another person. Two Jesuses are technically two perfect people and two perfect people are like two robots and two robots with the same programming are boring. There is no other way to get the thought across. Since no body can be perfect, we are lucky to have our sins, for I wouldn't give my sins up for the world! Not for salvation, not for heaven, not for nothing! Because then I'd be striving to be another boring person, devoid of wants and dreams(You have to be humble, not aloud to have desires!!!) and I'd have no sex-drive(Not till after your married!) and it'd generally be...perfect. So the next time someone says your perfect tell them to go fuck themselves because you don't wanna be anything other than you been trying to be lately(I love that song.) OKay. Good night.




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      *coughs, once more, on DanShilton* that- *points down* is not a comment. if it were on my page, i wouldn't even read it! aaauuuuggghhh! *pulls hair out* okay- i'm done. on to the piece: i have actually said similar things myself- if we were all perfect, we'd be the most boring planet ever. i like sin. sin is in, and it is exciting. so- let's all sin- it's how you keep yourself being... yourself. nice work. *md*
    | Posted on 2005-04-24 00:00:00 | by MerryDeath | [ Reply to This ]
      Jesus was perfect in his imperfection. Jesus hung out with the drug dealers and the prostitutes and they loved him- because he didn't treat them as sinners. He would've rather been with them than the men of the cloth. They were real. We are real. God gave us our own free will and we are not judged by some angry bearded man in the sky. My God has a sense of humor and I think he even laughs at a good joke at his expense once in awhile- I love "Jesus is coming...Look busy"...I am not a Bible beater, I am an eternal seeker, an eclectic mystic, if you will. These are just my thoughts on the matter. I like pieces like these even if I don't truly agree with the writer because the writer is thinking for himself, and being brave enough to risk rocking the boat or trying to please everyone else. I love to talk religion too, it fascinates me. Keep writing.- Magnolia
    | Posted on 2005-02-12 00:00:00 | by Magnolia | [ Reply to This ]
      Want to know my philosophy? I am never wrong. Want to know the reasoning behind this? Everything I do I do for a damn good reason. It is the best possible choice for me to make, due to the circumstances, etc. I always fully believe in what I am doing, and therefore, it is absolutely the right thing to do. Now, I am not saying I don't sin, or that my right thing to do is gonna be the same as yours. The fact is I do sin, but I do it because I truly believe I am right in my choice. Therefore, I am never wrong, and because I am never wrong, I never lie. Lieing, afterall, is the ABSOUTE WORST sin in the entire world. So what have we learned? As long as you do what you truly believe is right, you will never be wrong, and you can be perfect just like me! hehehehehehe (Don't forget, though, you can't do MY absolute right. You gotta do YOUR absolute right!) Now, have a good night!
    | Posted on 2005-02-04 00:00:00 | by ebflannery | [ Reply to This ]
      I sin everyday, and I'm not ashamed to admit it. I may not go to church every Sunday and I know the only thing I believe in is God himself, but even that concept is shaky to me. Religiuous people intimidate me with their "perfection" (we'll use that term loosely), and they guilt me with their kind-spirit and good being. But everynight I saw the sinners prayer and I rest happy. I see no wrong in me.

    People are trying to change the world with no sin. Someone who is "bad" surely should not hang around some who is "good" If you're a failure in life and at the darkest of your times you're looked upon differently. You sin, he sins, we all sin.

    Religious people annoy me at times. Its not that I dont respect how they feel and what they do, its just I wish they wouldnt push me to it. I dont want to be guilted for doing wrong, everyone does wrong. I think I'm a much happier person then those who live in the guilt of their sin. Just my thoughts though.

    Nice post, and I'm just about to read yuor new story.

    -Kayla
    | Posted on 2005-01-30 00:00:00 | by Superman | [ Reply to This ]
      Seriously, I'm having a conversation about my crush to one of my good friends! I was telling her "Am I crazy to like him because he's so cool in a not cool weird way?" LoL I agree with you to some extend. I think this is a great piece and it makes people think. It certainly got me thinking. I'm glad that we do have flaws. It would be boring to be perfect all the time. ;)
    -blt
    | Posted on 2005-01-28 00:00:00 | by borderlinetears | [ Reply to This ]
      There are no perfect people, that's true. Also true that if there were perfect people, they'd be extremely boring and predictable. Some interesting random thoughts, wordslinger.

    I dont think Jesus was really perfect, though. Didn't he doubt God in his time of weakness...a loss of faith in the Father? Anyhow, I just thought I remembered that bit from church because it spotlighted the fact that Jesus was human like us, not a diety like his Father. He had all the flaws of human nature like us, weakness, temptation, and sin.
    I like the perspective of not wanting to be perfect; that's a losing battle to fight. Its also good to value your uniqueness as an individual. :)
    | Posted on 2005-01-28 00:00:00 | by latentlylyrical | [ Reply to This ]
      i like the meaning of this, very close to me. i think the way it is presented is a slight, um, boring. srry. the way you wrote this piece seems a little bland. like i think it would have been a stronger piece had you used a little bit of rhetorical devices. not just high-school writing assingment style. spread your artistic style around. do some digging, that's what it's all about. but well written, there is potential and talent, just build on it.
    skilless
    | Posted on 2005-01-28 00:00:00 | by Skillessbasterd | [ Reply to This ]


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