There Is Something Extraordinary Happening In The World
Most of us haven’t quite realized there is something extraordinary happening. Why is the world changing? In this post I will point out the 8 reasons that lead me to believe it.
… 7 . The Awakening Of Spirituality
How many friends do you have who practice yoga? What about meditation? Now think back, 10 years ago, how many people did you know by then who practiced these activities?
Spirituality, for too long, was for esoteric folks, those weird-like and mystic people.
But fortunately, this is also changing. We’ve come to the edge of reason and rationality. We were able to realize that, with only our conscious mind, we can’t figure out everything that goes by here. There is something else going on and I’m sure you want to get hold of that as well.
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So the Pope just said gender theory is going to cause the next world war or some shit, and I’m seizing the occasion to remind y’all that yeah, this guy’s nicer than the two before him (then again, not that high a bar) but he’s still the head of the Catholic Church, and he believes God put him there. According to Catholic doctrine, he’s also infallible, which means that when he says those few, hesitant step forward Italy is making towards a more just and inclusive society are wrong and will hurt people and destroy families - that’s God saying those things, folks.
(And also: consider the fact the Pope was speaking in Georgia, one of the most religious countries on Earth, and - coincidences, coincidences - also a really bad place for women’s rights and the LGBT community. Georgian women still undergo ‘virginity inspections’ before their weddings, which is probably unrelated to the fact that the hymen restoration industry is booming (the operation is temporary or permanent, with prices going form 400$ to 1000$ - a very good offer, compared to what Arab women normally pay). And even if the country’s trying to clean up its act to negotiate stronger business ties with Europe, social attitudes are slow to change. More than 90% of Georgians consider homosexuality ‘completely unacceptable’ and would prefer to work with an alcoholic colleague rather than with a gay colleague. Violence against queer and transgender people is still common. Moreover, there are ongoing problems with freedom of expression and freedom of the press, not to mention transparency and corruption [x].
I’m not dissing the country. I’ve been there, and I loved it. I met many wonderful people, and the mountains and little monasteries and rocky beaches are out of this world. However, there are problems which need to be solved, problems which concern human rights and are therefore a bit more urgent than the alleged dangers of the so-called ‘gender theory’ - which, by the way, Italy is implementing by teaching kids to be tolerant and not not bully other kids, so - and the Pope could have mentioned that. Just saying.)
So, really. Whoever you are, however nice you think Pope Francis is, the Catholic Church is not your friend. If you need God in your life, look for Him elsewhere. Your heart is a good place to start.
Draco married the younger sister of a fellow Slytherin. Astoria Greengrass, who had gone through a similar (though less violent and frightening) conversion from pure-blood ideals to a more tolerant life view, was felt by Narcissa and Lucius to be something of a disappointment as a daughter-in-law. They had had high hopes of a girl whose family featured on the ‘Sacred Twenty-Eight’, but as Astoria refused to raise their grandson Scorpius in the belief that Muggles were scum, family gatherings were often fraught with tension.
SLYTHERIN APPRECIATION WEEK → day five » favourite quote by a Slytherin or about Slytherin ↳ "But we’re not bad people. We’re like our emblem, the snake: sleek, powerful, and frequently misunderstood.“
me:i love that hikaru sulu is canonically gay and in a loving relationship with his husband. i love that he has a child. i love that the family is depicted in a healthy light, but also not made to be a big deal. i love how star trek has created wonderful representation for east asian gay people everywhere. it's such a beautiful thing, and regardless of how anyone else feels about it, i love it. i don't want this moment to be about anybody else, just about hikaru sulu and how he has nothing to be ashamed of.
also me:let kirk and spock kiss!!! let kirk and spock kiss!!! let kirk and spock--