Mar 2013 30


I go to a "Christian" private school, that boasts about loving, that boasts about caring, full of people all claiming to be godly wholesome people. It's funny that that's never the case. It's supposed to be a nurturing environment, Christ's love is supposed to emanate from everyone. So how come at the end of every single school related trip, I ALWAYS end up in an emotional dead spiral? How come at the end of every trip I want to kill myself? How come every morning when I wake up I contemplate running away so as to escape whatever fresh hell they have in store for me. More importantly why does no one care? It's because it's all a load of bulls**t. They're all just a bunch of regular people, doing whatever the hell they want to just like the rest of us, BUT they have the added bonus of being "enlightened" of being "special" because of God. They're essentially people with a pocketful of "get out of hell free" cards. They're all so fake, they can't admit that they're not perfect, so they just pretend to be, even though anyone with an ounce of sense can see through them. I hate them all. I'm a christian too, ok, I believe that God sent his son Jesus to die on the cross to save us from our sins, and then rose again three days later, I do. But I recognize that I'm not perfect, I mess up all the time, and I own up to it and I try to do better next time, I don't just pretend it didn't happen, I don't put on a second face in front of other christians, I am who I am all the time, to everyone. It's not that hard, it's really not. It's not that hard to love on everyone either, it's not. There are people that I don't like, but I still treat them kindly, there are people that I'd rather not spend time with, but I do. It's all so fake, it's all a load of bulls**t. I'd rather spend time with a bunch of real people, who are honest about who they are and what they do, than a bunch of fake people who pretend everything's ok and they're perfect. Imperfection is more perfect than perfection

[by Anon on Sun March 31, 2013 11:51:14 pm]
Anon, you can't be more right. It's unfortunate that the majority of Christians don't act like Christians at all. As a devout Christian (I hate using that word "devout", but I mean it like my faith in God is unwaivering), it infuriates me to see people who call themselves "Christians" that don't act like it. It gives God, Christianity, and people actually trying to do good a bad name. After 30 years of living this life, I can't tell you that it gets any better in this aspect, but I can tell you that you will find people like you. Not the fakers, but the real ones. The best you can do right now, while you're still at school, is grow your own faith and spirit with God. Keep close to Him and the Word. Ignore those around you that bring you down. God's light will shine through you, and as long as you keep doing what's right (between you and God), that's all that matters.

[by Reggie on Mon July 25, 2016 08:37:03 am]
Could you write about Phcyiss so I can pass Science class?



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