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Anon ymous thanked Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

Not sure why you would be "mad" .. Unless you live in a country where your claimed religion can get you into trouble. If however you are in country that practices  religious feedom it's not likely to be a question that would be asked out of malice. It could simply be a matter of curiosity … Read more

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Anon ymous thanked Didge Doo's answer

One Friday night I was killing some time in a pedestrian mall in Townsville, way up north in the Australian tropics. Two young Christians approached me, one in a wheelchair and the other keeping him company. They wanted me to attend an evangelical meeting.

I said, "Sorry, I'm here for a workshop. I'm going to … Read more

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Anon ymous thanked Gator Blu's answer

Religion is a sensitive subject and will continue to be until people learn to talk openly about it. Once people learn to understand one another it will be touchy. So unless the person is someone who seems threatening and narrow minded, why not talk to them. I have friends of all religions and we tend … Read more

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Anon ymous thanked Bikergirl Anonymous' answer

It already exists .. And it IS heartbreaking... And what compromises the support gathered for this cause is the corruption of the charities that collect funds for them.

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Anon ymous thanked Ancient Hippy's answer

Of course they are worth the effort to help them. It's a sad, sad world when countries will spend billions of dollars on war instead of feeding and education the world's citizens.