Thursday, 14 July 2011

The non-religious zealot for religion

Article by Marc Aupiais

I guess I'm returning to my old ways! The great blog I hope this once was.

A swear word I uttered...

In the beginning... Was the word, and the word was with God and the word was God. Jesus, says the catechism was God's one conclusive word.

This was pointed out to me by a lax wasted away Catholic in highschool... After I said the s word back to him in the negative, saying, I'm not talking s word, I'm telling the truth. On a matter, who knows what.

So he got me to hand him my catechism compendium by Ratzinger, which I carried everywhere. And he proved me wrong when I said swearing wasn't a sin. He was sure of it.

This is how highschool was. The guys wanted me to be good. Defended me as a virgin. And asked me advice.

I remember telling one it was more moral not to wear a condom for instance- condoms are directly linked to divorce, abortion stats. My advice was sought after. Everyone insisted I be a role model. So I was.

In the old says they didn't say "God NO" they said "Alack". Gay was happy. Sex was male or female, not that long phrase shortened. Making love was flirting.

St. Paul says to us little-uns: do not let your speech be course.

Indeed, course speech destroys our meaning and thus the gospel. Un-thought speech does damage.

Think of the word Hypocrite. In biblical times it meant stage actor. Jesus said: don't be a stage actor: be genuine. Do things to be good not look good. Be genuine not fickle.

But by un-thought speech. Hypocrite now means even a person who knows right but does not do it for being lack of maturity. They are told not to promote right then, ought they not be told to promote right by actions not only words?

A word un-thought is most aggregious!

I was wrong to swear!

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