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Chrystal Ann Kaminski
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This journal consists of my daily functions, my musings and general thoughts. Read as you wish...

May 2007
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Chrystal Ann Kaminski [userpic]
He's so lovely....

Well, last night I decided to stay home because I did'nt want to spend money on a fishy fry, even though I really wanted to go. My baby came to see me at like 6 and we never really got to do what we originally planned to, which was rent a movie from cockbuster. We watched my Stigmata DVD instead.

We talked about the movie and I found out that he is a "Non-denominational christian" he never goes to church though. I asked him when the last time he went was, and he said he was 24. He used to go four times a week! I was like "Holy shit! that's a LOT of church!" I never met anyone who went more than twice a week. Before, I would have been kind of weary of a relationship with someone who actually HAS a religion. But now, I find it intruguing, I have three friends that are christians and actually DO go to church and I respect that for some reason. I think it's because most people don't have a religion these days or are just so non-chalant about it that it does not seem like they have one. But when people actually follow through with their faith, I have total respect for them in that area. My friend Mandy and I used to talk about religion all the time and I had so many questions for her and we would argue constructively about church and what not. I think it's good for me to be around people who have faith in something, because I don't often see that much. Because I don't have a religion, I am free to study and research many different faiths and take the ideas proposed in each and not be biased toward any one.

When I was with Mason, he was a born again christian, although not too harcore. We would talk about it sometimes, but it never got in the way of anything, we just put that aside because it's not worth arguing over. I think it opened my world and my point of view up a little bit.

We had a good time last night, Jose and I. I got to sleep in his arms again :). Hee hee AND he has off work for labor day, so I can stay by him tonight and tomarrow night. He dropped me off at work toady and all the roads that lead to MIAD were closed, so he had to let me out at the corner of Erie and Water. Then I saw a THOUSAND Harley bikes all OVER us. I'm not shitting you, they were on us like butter on toast, parked on the sidewalk in our parking lots and even on our little tufts of grass where the parking meters are. I opened the dock door and saw rows of bikes when I looked down, I could have just sat on one if I wanted to, that's how close they are. It's like an abyss of machine.

The parade is still going on, I can see it from the office window, I'm too lazy to get up and go to the curb and watch though.

Man, I hope I can get out of here today, I am supposed to call Jose so he can pick me up, I think the roads will be open by then.

I just went downstairs to get doughnuts from the mail room, heh, well, I DID get some - alot of some! I put like five in a bag and just left. Muuuahaha my doughnuts! besides, they had the ones that Carrie likes, so I had to get some for her too and Nicky if he wants some.

I think imma go own there again and see if I can get some veggies, I feel like eating some broccoli or a mayto. Awwwee....MAYTO. That's cute :).

Emotion: lovedloved
Serenading me....: Harleys/bikers yelling
Re: Yeah, you have meet someone else who went to church more than twice a week

It's not god's plan, it's human nature, and not only that but it is really all quite natural. From a biological standpoint, so many of the evils humans commit make sense. It's strange, it's barbaric, but therein is the truth. However, we certainly do have the capability of surpassing this distressing fact about human beings, and many have indeed evolved beyond what our biologies dictate (short of some very powerful instincts), but many have not.

I agree with the rest of your arguments toward religion. I certainly feel that religion should be something someone personally discovers, and should *never* be forced into believing.