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Many of you know me pretty well by now, and one of the things that I tend to do is get rather upset with our human race for being ignorant and belittling one another. For the most part, I keep my mouth shut, due to the fact that I don’t have time to waste my breath on some insignificant debate. But then there are times where I cannot keep myself from being quiet, I must speak what’s on my mind. That’s what this post is about.

I see the world for what it could be, not for what it is right now. I constantly say this, not only to myself but to others. I see the full potential of this world. I see the full potential for mankind to step up to the plate and own their own mistakes. Yet, right now, this society is so messed up because they want to fight over a candy cane. A candy cane. Why? Why do you need to fight over some disgusting holiday candy? There’s no reason for it. Absolutely no reason for it. Christians, Pagans and Atheists are all fighting over this little piece of garbage, just because they have nothing better to do. I’m going to clear something up for everyone; candy cane is not some religious magical candy. It is a piece of candy that was made in the 1600’s by a local baker. Another thing, Christmas is technically not a Christian holiday. In fact, it is a Pagan holiday (do not gloat). As a matter of fact, Jesus Christ’s birthday is unknown. The Western Christian Church decided to make it that day during the 4th century. Everyone needs to realize that they need to obtain the correct facts in order to rebuttal. Atheists, my dear friends, yes it is annoying to see yet another thing to be turned into some religious showcase. And you have every right to be upset, but it doesn’t mean you have to trash talk the religions who believe in this.
That goes for everyone that reads this post, you can believe in whatever you want to believe. You have free will. However, you cannot be forcing your views down another person’s throat. You cannot be sitting there thinking you are holier than thou, and thinking you are God. You are not a God. I’m not a religious person, I’m a spiritual and philosophical type of person. Yet, I have friends from all walks of life. I do not judge them, and they do not judge me.

As I said before, you can believe in whatever you want to believe. You can believe in little people who live in your basement, I will not care. I will not judge. Just don’t try to force feed your religious views and stories down anyone’s throat. It is immoral and you are trying to make them believe in something that they do not want to believe.

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