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Random. And incoherent.

Religious people who never put theories into practice should die.

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Ironically, ideas spring into my mind not when I’m trying to think hard, but when I’m doing the most mundane of tasks. It has become a habit for me to check on my phone whilst  eating. Just now, I stumbled upon this image which I thought was “generic”(but slightly isn’t), like these found here and here.

Meh, right? Everything else except the fourth line is meh. Why? Because there is absolutely no point in reading something and understanding it without putting the theories you’ve learned into practice.

Speaking of which, I have the perfect example of a Christian putting her religion into practice. She’s aged at somewhere from 35-50 by the way, but I’m not sure. Our encounter in life was short, and I would like to keep it that way so I wouldn’t go into a frenzy and brutally kill her.

Here’s what happened.

Last April 13, there was a sale at SM. To those who have no idea what that is, it’s a mall. Anyway, that day was the perfect time for people to totally not save. The moment we got there, a long line was already present, with people hoarding stuff they probably don’t need, getting it only because they will shave 20% off the original price. Not my problem. The only reason I was there was to make sure my grandparents don’t get tired in the mosh pit, so I lined up for them.

Here comes the perfect example of a Christian. We shall call her “Ms. Perfect Example”. Initially, she and her family took up only one line, but near the end of the counter they split into two. Ms. Perfect Example jumped to another line with no regard or consideration for the person behind her. The guy two turns behind her told her that what she did was…you know…wrong. Ms. Perfect Example, analyzing the guy’s accent with the best logic ever, concluded that the guy was a Muslim.

Great job there, Ms. Perfect Example!

She stood her ground and kept blabbering, while the guy who was completely reasonable eventually lost control of his temper which led to him yelling at her and telling Perfect Example that she was “rude” or “disrespectful”.

The real Muslims on our right hand side caught up to the discussion and found out what the fight was about. They knew what Ms. Perfect Example did, and everybody was against her. Even Ms. Perfect Example’s family didn’t help her.

That. Was. Awesome.

My point? She’s the perfect example of a typical hypocritical Christian! All she probably knows is that she’s superior because she thinks her religion is the right one out of all. Guess what, dipshit, we will never know who’s right. Heck, we won’t even know if we’re even right. The least we could do is not put it ahead of ourselves and be humane.

In my honest opinion, the bible stories were  never made to be memorized, or to be reenacted by sacrificing ourselves or shit like that that we normally do. It was written to teach us how to be human.

So, if you’re religious, but still an asshole, you will never get what you always wanted – heaven.

Die. With everyone thinking you have been a horrible person.


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April 21, 2012 at 4:58 am

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  1. […] Here’s some more if you like torturing yourself with crap: LOL and LOL. Also, worth reading here. […]

    • One can only be saved by faith..faith that Jesus is your Lord and Savior. It is through Jesus that you get to the Father. One is not saved by one’s good works so that no one can boast. But one should not use that as an excuse to do all those reckless and sinful things. If one is with God, good works will follow as you are enlightened by the Holy Spirit.

      This is what Christian believe. And being a Christian, this is what I believe is the truth.

      Although a Christian, I DON’T think religions are important. Yeah you heard me. They’re not important. It is merely a structure. What is important to me is my relationship with God. The Bible is there to guide us how we can live a Christ-like life so that we develop an intimate relationship with Him and with the people around us. One of the fundamental things taught in the bible is the virtue of forgiveness. Truly, everyone has faults. Miss Perfect Example has faults for being rude as you have illustrated. You have faults for being quite self-righteous and judgmental. And I have faults for my anger-management issues and what have you. Point is– no one is perfect. But with a relationship with God, we can be better people since, as aforementioned, the Holy Spirit will guide us throughout the day. The HS will soften our hearts so we may love each other in spite of their annoying and horrible ways.

      Learn to forgive, Kev. Learn to forgive others for their shortcoming because God has forgiven you for all your sins even before you uttered a word of repentance.

      If you don’t believe in God or Jesus, at least believe in faith, love and forgiveness..for without these, you are but dead.

      Have a great day

      Your Friend

      June 12, 2013 at 5:12 am

  2. Oh hey nice title huh?!

    “Religious people who never put theories into practice should die.”

    “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Brother, let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when you yourself fail to see the plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” ~ Luke 6:41-42

    Are you not already judging your “Ms. Perfect Example”? Why do I feel now about your story is just you, yourself, as in the same as you but just in different manner? If you, too, know the right thing to do, (as what you are implying), you would not even remember “Ms. Perfect Example” for what she has done and you are just probably thinking for reasons why she has done that and then forgave her. But you did not, and you even judged her for that.

    I am not judging you… but reminding you about not judging others, for HE gave us a clear instruction, “Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven.” ~ Luke 6:37

    Or else you might end up, “They claim to know God, but by their actions they deny him.” ~ Titus 1:16


    June 10, 2013 at 10:55 am

    • Because from where I live, things like these are extremely rampant? Even the people closest to me are stereotypical when it comes to religion. Growing up with them, I learned with time that there ARE NO VALID REASONS WHY THEY SHOULD THINK OF OTHER RELIGIONS AS SOMETHING ‘LOWER THAN THEIRS’.

      I know how people see religion. I’ve been with people of different religious orientations. I’ve been on different groups. I know when people act unreasonably.

      What I was trying to show in my “story” is that there are ACTUALLY people who are incapable of justifying their claims, especially when it comes to religion.

      I am simply putting on stage a character that is very common in our society.


      June 12, 2013 at 3:23 am

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