"It's about time. This is the way is should have been all the time.
I hope that for everyone's sake, the couples and the family, that there is a space between their wedding and sealing and that the civil wedding doesn't just become a…"
One of the last vestiges of my Mormonism to go was the belief that we are here to tried and tested to see if we will obedient to God--- blah and Nah! This is what works for me-- we are creative,eternal beings who take on physical form…"
"It was interesting to me how the "apostle" was very adept at changing the subject from inconsistencies in church history to the standard talking points of worthiness, etc and then conducted a standard interview of prying and preaching in a…"
"Whew! thank goodness that the DU makes every effort to keep it's little campus world from feeling any discomfort or offense. I guess they are the doing their bit as self-appointed guardians of offense at the Lord's university because we…"
51 years young. 5 children, 2 grandchildren. Officially left the church in 2009 It took me three years on intense study to undo the conditioning of 40 years of Mormonism. Recently remarried a high school friend who also left Mormonism. Life is sweet, good, and peaceful.
Interests and Hobbies:
holistic and natural healing
reflexology and zonology
camping and hiking
flowers and houseplants
Pride and Prejudice
Favorite activity after mormonism?
Free thinking and accepting people without judgment and margaritas!
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Welcome to the real world Sweet Pea. I see you have an interest in Biblical Hebrew. I am involved in biblical studies in University as a student, for the past 6 years. I do not read Hebrew but I am convienced that the only way to realy understsnd the Tanakh is to read it in Hebrew