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AmyTrivitt

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #30 on: August 29, 2010, 09:12:59 am »
I would just love for them to show me were I posted that. First of all that is MY husband and never once did I type that. Its really bothering me that someone would even think to post that on here.

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #31 on: August 29, 2010, 09:19:15 am »
Okay since this did *bleep* me off, I went and looked under the do you cook post,,, Hmm funny thing is I NEVER replied on that thread. You and marie need to grow up and NOT talk of my husband. You set back and thought of a way to *bleep* me off well you did. Do not ever talk of my husband again!! My husband has more dignity in hes life than both of you have in an ounce of your life.

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #32 on: August 29, 2010, 10:07:36 am »
Butterfly,

Religions vary in their doctrines, and some do not believe in God, but they all seem to share the same goal, to live an honorable life based on (their defined) morals and good judgement. Maybe, a better question might be, "Do you believe children should be raised to follow a specific religious doctrine, or can a parent instill good morals without the help of a religion or church?"  That being said, I believe that if a parent knows right from wrong, and models doing the right thing, they can teach this to their children. 

Being open-minded is the ability to listen respectfully to another persons beliefs and ideas without judging those ideas or beliefs as right or wrong. Although, you may have told your daughter to, "respect what they believe it may not seem right, but it is their way," it comes off as quite condescending when at the same time you judge their teachings (what you beleive them to be) as inadequate, and scoff at their belief in a God.

It seems you posted this question to demonstrate your intellectual superiority over another group of individuals. This, I find to be distasteful and offensive.

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #33 on: August 29, 2010, 10:18:38 am »
Yeah so why not attack your daughter the way you do others for believing in God. Does she know how you speak of religion?
Well yes, thank you for asking me that. Yes I am very open with my children. And is my husband with hes religion.

Wait a minute.  On a "Do you cook" post, you mentioned that you don't cook much now because your husband had passed?  Now your mentioning your husband like he's still alive.  So which is it?

hahahahaha caught in a lie.

If I am out and out wrong as to the facts about something and it is brought to my attention, I acknowledge it and apologize for it. I would say an apology is most definitely in order here.
You are entitled to your own opinion, but you are not entitled to your own facts.

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #34 on: August 29, 2010, 11:48:01 am »
Okay since this did *bleep* me off, I went and looked under the do you cook post,,, Hmm funny thing is I NEVER replied on that thread. You and marie need to grow up and NOT talk of my husband. You set back and thought of a way to *bleep* me off well you did. Do not ever talk of my husband again!! My husband has more dignity in hes life than both of you have in an ounce of your life.

Hush...
NO you F**King show me were my husband is dead. You speak out of your *bleep* and expect me to keep my mouth shut. HELL NO

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #35 on: August 29, 2010, 11:55:52 am »
Okay since this did *bleep* me off, I went and looked under the do you cook post,,, Hmm funny thing is I NEVER replied on that thread. You and marie need to grow up and NOT talk of my husband. You set back and thought of a way to *bleep* me off well you did. Do not ever talk of my husband again!! My husband has more dignity in hes life than both of you have in an ounce of your life.

Hush...

I'd be just as upset.  There are misunderstandings, and things can be remembered incorrectly, but if someone had commented that I said my husband was dead, I'd be livid.  And, Marie, you're just adding fuel to the fire by telling her to hush.  But then again, I can't say I've expected any better from you.  You have certainly proved this time and again over these forums.   :BangHead:

I can say, though, that once Annella realizes the mix-up, that I whole-heartedly believe she'll apologize.   :thumbsup:  As for Marie...this is the best you'll get.   :angry7:



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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #36 on: August 29, 2010, 01:25:46 pm »
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NO you F**King show me were my husband is dead. You speak out of your *bleep* and expect me to keep my mouth shut. HELL NO

She's trolling you, Amy. It's a trap. Don't respond to the scum of the internet. Just put her on ignore like I do. It's right under the user name on the left.
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=troll

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #37 on: August 29, 2010, 04:11:30 pm »
I thought I might miss something if I put marie on ignore, but I'm finding that I'm a lot less frustrated the past couple of days.  :)


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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #38 on: August 29, 2010, 04:44:37 pm »
I thought I might miss something if I put marie on ignore, but I'm finding that I'm a lot less frustrated the past couple of days.  :)

 ;)
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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #39 on: August 29, 2010, 04:47:25 pm »
Yeah so why not attack your daughter the way you do others for believing in God. Does she know how you speak of religion?
Well yes, thank you for asking me that. Yes I am very open with my children. And is my husband with hes religion.

Wait a minute.  On a "Do you cook" post, you mentioned that you don't cook much now because your husband had passed?  Now your mentioning your husband like he's still alive.  So which is it?
NO Marie I did not blame you for shi* except the fact what you said underneath then told me to hush. Hell no. So you must have seen this fable or you would not have chipped in.
And yes Shernajwine I do not think I will miss anything if I put her on the ignore list. She is nothing but a coward, troll, ect. ect. I do not have to explain myself or defend my husbands living to a disturbed person such as she. I have better things to do in my life than to set her and read crap coming from her towards myself or my husband. She does not know me nor him.

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #40 on: August 31, 2010, 04:46:32 pm »
It seems you posted this question to demonstrate your intellectual superiority over another group of individuals. This, I find to be distasteful and offensive.
 Have you read any of butterflywings other posts?  I ask because I'm a Christian and I have.  I know from reading her other posts that she doesn't post just to demonstrate her intellectual superiority over anyone.  Her posts are always sincere and from the heart.  She's a very open and warm person.  She might not believe the same way I do, I still think she's a very sweet person.  There are far too many other posts in this forum by other "christian(s)" that I would think should be most distasteful and offensive to other Christians as they are quite blasphemous.  

Thank you Sheryl sweetie I was re-reading thinking huh lmao me..You said better than I could thanks :0)

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #41 on: August 31, 2010, 04:48:45 pm »
And thank you to all the great replies!! Very interesting..well some LMAO :thumbsup:

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #42 on: August 31, 2010, 05:15:27 pm »
And thank you to all the great replies!! Very interesting..well some LMAO :thumbsup:
Im sorry Butterfly that I went off on your thread. I just will not have anyone speak of my family like that!!

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #43 on: August 31, 2010, 09:13:44 pm »
And thank you to all the great replies!! Very interesting..well some LMAO :thumbsup:
Im sorry Butterfly that I went off on your thread. I just will not have anyone speak of my family like that!!

I do not blame you one bit hun..I have been there too..You have every right hun  :heart:

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Re: God fearing children vs Moral raised children
« Reply #44 on: September 01, 2010, 11:32:45 am »
Figured I should answer the question here, lol.

We are going to be raising our daughter in the temple, because there are so many things that we agree with along this lifestyle.  The thing I like the most about raising our daughter Jewish is the Bat Mitzvah.  She will have to do a year of study and community service before she can complete it.  She will study with a very open minded Rabbi (the same one with which I studied) and will learn the importance of loving and caring for others.

One of the main things that we strive for in raising her is to instill compassion and a sense of responsibility.  We don't just discipline, but explain (even at the tender age of two) why she shouldn't do something.  Label it religious if you wish (since this is a large part of my religion), or label it as a good moral value.  I know, though, that I am going to do everything I can to prevent my daughter from growing up with a "center-of-the-universe" complex (yes, yes, I totally made up that term just now).



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