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Old 05-06-2012, 09:53 AM   #81 (permalink)
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my wife is year. I'd say 30-40% is about right at this point.

the reason I asked is while i was taking it i was thinking about having my wife take it. but there were no answers really that pertain to the j-dubs specifically and that would probably frustrate any j-dub (loving the new word) as that is the way their religion is structured
Say more about this... I've love to hear more man, explain.

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Unfortunately, I used a bunk email to avoid spam, so I never got the rest.

I wasn't looking for anything in particular as I am quite satisfied with my own spirituality. I've never trusted organized religion's interpretations and therefore never afraid to listen to my own inner voice.

My idea of "Sunday Service" is observing the first rays of the morning from a mountain top at sunrise, however, I can be a voracious reader at times and always on the lookout for new subjects

Thank you, Sage.

Beliefnet is good about not using your email for evil, and you can cancel you being on their list with one email back to them, so no worries if you do take it again ever.

I read you 100% on the 'sunday service'
Nothing beats it.

Happy reading Bro.
Buddhism is a good tradition to read about as I feel it can add value to anyone's life a/theist or whateverist... it's good solid, tangible tools for finding a centre.

Cheers.
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The J dubs headquarters in Camberwell is the most menacing building I have ever seen. It looks like a cross between the ministry of love, Dracula's castle and Hitler's bunker.
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My favourite J-dub moment:

"Hello Sir, can I share some scripture with you today?"

**I reach into my side bag and pull out my Bible**

"Use yours or mine?"

An actual decent conversation ensued.

I actually LIKE talking to the people who come to my door.
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there can be a lot of good conversation that ensues when debating with a witness. most witnesses that is, there are always sour grapes of course though. i've been kinda busy lately, but i will get around to taking the test again with commentary
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there can be a lot of good conversation that ensues when debating with a witness. most witnesses that is, there are always sour grapes of course though. i've been kinda busy lately, but i will get around to taking the test again with commentary
Thanks for the comments again, looking forward to it Bro!

Maybe I get along with 'em because I figure they came to 'SHARE a word with me', and that golden rule and all, they came to here me share too!

Little do they know that is how I proselytize people!!!

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I looked but I couldn't find any.
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