bradley: loves acoustic, its the only genre he really likes. (top secret/guilty pleasure is nicole dollanger, he adores her)
maelle: like any proper psychopath, is a big fan of classical, namely beethoven and old latin choir songs
stanley: mostly rock and pop, especially love songs, which he’ll sing to his partner while he nudges them to slow dance with him. musical songs are also a fav
stellan: is a sucker for old songs, mostly anything between 1900s and 19040s. but occaisonally, he’ll listen to more recent ones, like 80s or 90s
jonathan: is still discovering human music, but he doesnt really listen to it often, unless its accompanied by a play or movie. in the lexithan verse, he’s developed a liking towards alex’s music taste
john: instrumental songs, or also acoustic. his audio of choice though are soft background noises, like raining, quiet thunderstorms or forest noises
ezra: theater music. any musical number from broadway. though the beatles are a personal favorite
The Bible does show us God’s commands, which require self control (a lot of it sometimes), but rules aren’t there just for the sake of it. People without rules and self control because slaves to their emotions, to their desires, to this world. God’s rules give us freedom. And I know that might sound crazy and backwards, but its true. Freedom is to live as God made us to, not to be forced to conform to the norms of our society. Freedom is to fulfill our purpose as individually created humans. Freedom is the knowledge and joy of God’s great love. That freedom, however, can only be released if we obey God’s rules - the fab news is though, that we aren’t left on our own to figure it all out. God’s given us the Holy Spirit.