Lol your last sentence might create some uneasy feelings in some individuals.
It shouldn't. Science isn't immune from fantasy either. There are some scientific theories which are like arguing the exact length of Pinocchio's nose after a set number of lies.The point I'm making is just because someone disagrees with your religion and tells you about it shouldn't mean you can't be friends. I mean what if you like pineapple on pizza hut your friend doesn't? Do you stop being friends because of that?
For some reason people are very sensitive about religion. The only other thing I can think of which offends people as much as making fun of their religion is telling them how ugly their mothers face is. Or their face or sisters or father's etc. The difference is religion is just an idea. Ideas should be up for discussion.
You're opinionated to your own beliefs. All cool with that. But I'm talking more about when one of you doesn't want to discuss anything related to the matter because you two have disagreed earlier and it didn't go well or they suspect an uneasy situation coming their way if you continue the discussion. Discussion of ideologies are fine but making fun of religion, using derogatory terms or resolving to anything of that sort is going to create a lot of complications when people's sentiments get hurt. They may agree and stay OK with your beliefs and you might do the same. My question was specifically aimed at those who are repetitive and insulting to other people's religion.
Well the best friends are honest friends. If your friend realises you actually believe something completely unfounded and utterly ridiculous is actually true, you should expect a bit of friendly ridicule.
Can't expect to do all the questioning and ridiculing on their own when they themselves have different religious beliefs, yeah?Anywho, this question wasn't about me. I don't entertain one sided opinions from people I consider to be close friends, especially not any kind of close minded unacceptance either.
Well it's a two way deal. They could ridicule your way of thinking and you could ridicule theirs. Think of the two of you in a bar, looking at a woman across the room. One of you tells the other she is beautiful to which they reply that she looks butt ugly. It's a disagreement. Then you could keep the conversation going with your various points on why she is ugly and why she is beautiful. Even weeks later, you could still be talking about it. Religious belief is the same type of argument. It is an argument about personal opinion. However, it is possible to have open minded "unacceptance" (which not sure is a real word lol. I would say intolerance). If you have a valid reason to be intolerant of certain beliefs and reasons like a lack of evidence or actual evidence to the contrary of something a religion claims will suffice, then you are in a sense enlightened to a greater possibility. In a sense you have a raised consciousness and a real friend will try to bring you around to that truth so you don't keep looking foolish.
Thank you for the MHGirl.
People need to keep their shit such as this to themselves.. 😛
My simple answer is no. But they can be of any other good use.
like what? 😱😱
Like errr.. Kaam nikalwana 😂.. kisi bhi tarah ke.
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