Try to imagine that there is absolutely no RELIGION in this world. Try to imagine how you would respond to any other human being on the planet if and when you would meet them. Mind you, I am a Christian and I believe in God. This is a hypothetical question to get you to think outside the box of "religion".
I try to think of this whenever I have a chance to converse with someone, especially getting to know someone new. Being a Christian doesn't mean that I have to talk about Christ right from the get-go whenever a new person crossses my path. Can you, whatever religion you practice, imagine yourself talking to someone & getting to know them for who they are? This is how relationships are formed. From those relationships, you may then go on to share your common and/or different thoughts on all types of subjects, religion included.
People are people. Get to KNOW someone today!
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Answer by 2autisticsmom at 7:15 PM on Mar. 26, 2009
Right there with you- it is the signage and everyday intrusions into MY life by the (christians) around me in my community that makes ME want to talk about MY beliefs... which I mostly do on here LOL
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