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Lies never die "I'm fine"Lie number one. This always seems to start the conversation you've had a million times over. You never enjoy this one either, yet every single time it is the same answer. You know the moment it is coming out of your mouth it's false. You can feel it coming from somewhere deep within the nerves of your body. It travels up your spinal chord to your medula oblongata, right to your thalamus where your brain is aware of the lie, but it doesn't stop there. It then reaches your pons where it is quickly distributed through out the innards of your cerebrum and cerebellum. It wracks the wall of your skull, yet you still let the lie come out. "I don't know" Yes. You do. You always do, but you still act like you don't. I don't know why I don't tell you what I actually know (Or Do I?). I want to say it, but sometimes I feel like you would have to grab me. Take my arm and twist it, twist it until the tendons and ligaments are ripping from the joint, popping the
Dark MindsI keep finding myself returning to that dark unholy placeIt contains every single memory I tried so hard to eraseA place where I face the demons I still harbor insideWhere I completely broke down and was stripped of my PrideA place where I slowly died and where I was rebornWhere my most cherished dreams were taken and tornIt is the only place where you'd be able to see the true meThe only place where both my light and dark side are set freeIt's where I'm frozen with pain, yet burning with hateWhere I embrace all my feelings and defy my every fate
misconceptions Recently I have had heard many misconceptions about real Christianity. Someone recently made the claim to me that all Christians were racist and Christianity was responsible for apartheid and discrimination in the South because most of the supporters of it were Christian. What they forgot was
so was Martin Luther King Jr. Another thing I heard is that God holds women in a lower respect than men. I wanted to list some verses that explicitly contradict those misconceptions. I know it can be hard and upsetting to the faith of some to hear such slander of their religion, but there is a winning argument to be found in the Bible. Just be careful to rebuke in gentleness and never let a disagreement cause you to abandon meekness and compassion you are called to demonstrate to all others. The Bible is, in my humble opinion, the greatest work of literature and the most touching love letter ever written. It is the word of God and therefore the final