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Old 04-15-2008, 05:16 AM
 
Location: Toronto; Canada
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We seem to be some contravercial times now. Would people have an attitude which has much to do with the definition of what a family is supposed to be about in the conscience of religious belonging? To me personally the values for resisting the common torch relay for the olympic games fails the grade of concern. The matter is a lot more to do with practice of physical effort in how the humanity is part of nature. The yawn becomes well of the discussion.


Thank you. Kris
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Old 04-15-2008, 05:19 AM
 
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i watched the olympic torch news about what happned in london--but did not understand why it was happening--can you explain?
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Old 04-15-2008, 05:29 AM
 
Location: katrina country
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im sorry but i dont know exactly what your asking.

this probably isnt even close, but ill give it a shot.

i am not for china hosting any part of the olympic games and i am for people going to a

church that teaches Jesus Christ is Lord..


has for the family ,

find a good church that teaches the k.j.v. bible

and loves each other and pray like crazy for your family.

these are contiversal and tough times right now for families.

parents need to be aware of whats going on with their kids

and give them lots of love and things to do to keep them from wondering into dangerous territory.
be PARENTS to them and not buddies.

good friends their age are a must for them.

yes its tough, but i know from personal experience that it works.
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Old 04-15-2008, 06:16 AM
 
Location: Toronto; Canada
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Question I guess that we seem to need the POLL values.

Maybe the virtues for belonging something somehow more demanded to privacy have something to be said for the regard of sharing opinions in let's say the marketplace, let's say the planning of ambition for the children, let's say the ordinary concerns of what children bring home from the school nd for their own understanding.

I am interested a lot now though for the public sphereof this subject. Could the government, or governments as a matter of public policy be more specific for the definition: What is it to live in the ecological and economic community for the more often (I still think so) hetero-sexual family?
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