posted on Jun, 7 2011 @ 08:43 AM
I am in agreeance about the issue of church and state. I personally have not been to church in three years and that was because a family member
wrangled me into it.
When I was younger, it seemed to be that I was the one who was required to attend church while the adults in the house got to sit at home. By the time
I was eleven I made it known that I was not interested in church at all and the decline of attendance began there. I actually went to a private school
in ninth grade where they tried to tell my grandmother that it was indeed a requirement that I attend church every sunday in order to attend their
institution( they hit her up with this with two months left in the school year.).
Churches probably account for an enormous portion of the lobbying done in Washington, probably more than we really know about.
Also, If I could add to the "list".
If you find buying clothes at the store to be too expensive, make your own!
If there is one thing I have observed about people, its that they have been sucked into the deceptive comforts of convenience and no longer know how
to do for themselves.
You can make your own clothes, you can make blankets to keep you warm in winter, you can make your own window treatments!
But the convenience is comfort and comfort has made people lazy, because they just have to hop in their car and just go buy ready made clothes and
I took up knitting and crochet two and a half years ago. At first it was just to learn and for some therapy. Now its become less of a hobby and more
of a do for myself and mine kind of thing. I have sewing machine available to me for the time being and quilting is next on my list along with
learning clothing patterns.
I did enjoy the original post immensely, it gives me hope that there are more sensible peole out there who are not afraid to go against the
edit on 7-6-2011 by RedOphelia because: Spelling and grammar