Posted by Viktoria Michaelis on July 31, 2012 in Immoral Conversations |

I’ve come across it more and more as I surf through the Internet and, sadly, at my own front door too: people who have their mind set on one thing and cannot see anything else even if it is connected. Having someone try and tell me how I should run my life because a man who probably or possibly lived two thousand years ago in an Arabic country under the rule of the Roman Empire says so is not my idea of a fun day out with the girls.

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Don’t get me wrong, I have no objection to anyone who wishes to believe whatever they wish to believe, even the Great Spaghetti Monster (or whatever it is) and Jedi Knights can be good for some, but why tell me? Why try and convince me that your way is the right way and my  way will only lead to hell and damnation?

And why quote from a book where you admit that most of what is written there either cannot be true or should be ignored?

Love & Kisses, Viki.

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  • Francois says:

    Speaking for Him, you have my blessing to have as much fun as you want, with anyone you want, in any way you want, provided no one gets hurt (intentionally).

    If you are referring to Jesus of Nazareth, son of Joseph, (Yesuah bin Yosuf), he had exactly nothing to say about sex except “mind your own sins” John 7:53-8:11 and the authorship of even those verse is dubious (not in the earliest manuscripts).

    Apocryphal or not, the story ends with Jesus and the “woman caught in adultery” agreeing that there is no one who will condemn her.

    You have Saul of Tarsus, not Jesus, to thank for the misogyny, an idea that is completely repulsive to Jews as being a Jew is matrilineal: the mother gives the Jewish identity and brings up her children into Judaism. Saul never met Jesus (who was a Jew). Jerome too, Jerome is a good one for misogyny but you do not want to read Jerome anywhere near porcelain.

    The Great Spaghetti Monster: saute finely-chopped pancetta, beat egg yolks (one per serving) with equal parts heavy cream, unsalted butter, and grated parmesan. Heat over a very low flame until the parmesan is melted. Pour over al dente spaghetti. Vegetarians who allow themselves eggs and milk should replace the pancetta with duxelle de champignons (my recipe).

    Jesus is served tartare with sweet red wine.
    I have no idea about serving Jedi knights.

    Love, any love, cannot possibly lead to hell and damnation (Saint Augustine)

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