Re: A habitation of strangers
« Reply #39 on: January 08, 2015, 07:33:23 PM »
Hi Deke! I tend to avoid things of questionable nature, which are not lawful and in agreement with the intent of the owner/legislator of the service. For example, if I buy a CD, and lose it, I do not feel it just to go to a library, and burn the tracks of the same CD even though I purchased it afore. This is indeed a remonstrance that could occur: for it could be said, it is titled to you, having owned it and bought it, so you should be of no averse task to renew it freely, though the item was lost in the past. And I always say kali.net, since I am not practicing idolatry; another shady way to overcome some biblical doctrines (like Exodus 23:13) that still are somewhat concrete; yet even this is somewhat shady since I do not follow the bible the way I did, (and not due to non-congenial affairs contrary to it).
I hope all is ok with you! Email me and I can add you on Yahoo.
The day is like a spruce; like a spruce tree in its ornamentation. The earth lifts up to hold her crew; the people on it are of no misconception, unless they live a life of folly, and abrupt destruction.