House Rules

I'm not throwing shade, I'm just trying to shed some light on the darkness. If teenagers were understood by their parents, there wouldn't be a problem with that stage of development, ever. But most rents can't communicate with their teens if the subject of faith is on the line."House Rules" generally demand that church going, …

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Fire and brimstone

Is fire and brimstone a thing? I came last Thursday night on August 25th and was saddened by the “sermon”. I have to be desperate in order to have Jesus touch me? Do I have to pay the price of faith through fire and brimstone? I should have recorded this dude because he was trying …

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Garbage

I always say, “God don’t make trash” which means he doesn’t give the birth defects, the autism, the gay gene, the vehement temper, the addiction, anxiety disorders, depression or disease we suffer with, because we are knit together perfectly in our mothers womb. And every single one of us shot out of a woman's womb.  …

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Vexing vaccines change the classroom

I was an autistic therapist 18 years ago embarking on a career that I believed would allow me to heal families. I felt in my spirit that autism would become an epidemic but was naive of the great influence vaccines had on its propulsion. When I started working with twins who were both diagnosed with …

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Shooting “school scares” symbolize suggestion

Sadly, Facebook has been bought and paid for, yet another political avenue to have the mass population drink the juice about diseases spreading, autism being contained through food, the paleo diet being a sudden new invention, opiates aiding pain and teens going on shooting rampages for the glory of a massacre.  Why else do we …

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Surrogate to the youth

I tend to think in idealist ways and believe that we should always try to do something fearlessly and apologize later.  Too often however, I was told that I took action beyond the bounds and that my consequences would deter me a second chance.  Now, because I believe rules were meant to be broken, or …

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It takes a village?

I'm not sure how we migrated from two parents wanting to raise a child, to the governmental welfare system doing it?  The original mindset was to offer a shoulder to lean on when child rearing in African villages that honored the institution of family.  In our western civilization, we have turned it into entitlement; leaning …

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