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...gmental and intolerant behavior and attitude needs to stop. We’re supposed to love and take care of one another, not put each other down! I hope that one day we can all be in peace and put our differences and do what God has always wanted us to do. Love one another. I’ll end this with the lyrics of a song Abandoned by God that I wrote for my solo project.
“Your scripture is my delusion
My delusion is your scripture
Wondering if such a being exists despite saying so
Am I just following in a blindfold this whole time
Trying so hard to believe, but things not adding up
Afraid that one’s close to me will parish for not being the followers you desire
All of these people say different things that blur my vision
Maybe that is the way it has to be
It won’t ever change for myself and that’s fine
If I were to go hell, I’ll have no regrets
Rather be honest than blind”
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