Beliefs of My Childhood

Bizzy - South Barrington, Illinois
Entered on May 12, 2009
Age Group: 18 - 30

The only final thing is death

Getting drunk is one of the stupidest things you can do, behind casual sex

Every person has a combination of unique abilities they were born with that no one else in the world has. Only when one maximizes this combination does he/she become known for it

Typing is killing creativity

Pole vaulting, weeding, laughing, sleeping, playing and going to church are ways to relieve stress

Jesus Christ saved my soul

Airplanes are awkward, farting is not

Everyone has “special needs,” the only difference is that some are more easily masked or less apparent

Kids should grow up with “out of the comfy community” experiences

There is no excuse to judge others

If a churches were really Christ-devoted, there wouldn’t be expensive church buildings

There exists a creator of the universe

A great leader is a person who serves a group of people

Vision leaks

Clothes are given too much attention

Using cuss words is a lazy way for people to express strong feelings

Awkwardness is the lack of familiarity

Memorization is a muscle, the more you train it.. the easier it becomes!

Language is a human way to express the complex world they find themselves in, if you limit your words… you limit your ability to understand

Life begins at fertilization

There is such thing as good government

Imagining is a skill, you stop practicing… you lose it!

Gratitude heals depression

Country music hits the sole

Today’s teens don’t know how to dance (even at Prom)

There’s no need to own stuff beyond necessities

The cubs will win the world series again

The military is glove, it either fits or it doesn’t

Wisdom requires humility

The Bible holds more knowledge than any other book on this world because it was inspired by our Creator

Classic is cool

Cable is very unnecessary in a home

A student learns in school only when they find the material worth opening their heart or brain to

Surprises come

Anxiety doesn’t have to