Hyghlandyr First I would like to say that I am glad I got to meet you in person. I think you are greatly misunderstood by many, including myself initially! Thank you for coming to my home with the intention of being a cute little bunny, I personally thought you did a good job!...I was originally scared to death of the thought of you knowing where I live!
Regarding my "geas", I like to refer to them as my own "personal truths". I would say that one of my personal truths is being amoral. I don't believe in being a droan of society, even though my truths may be a little more accepted by society than yours.
I believe I am made in God's image and that being so, I can accomplish what I choose to accomplish. I don't sit back and wait for an outward God to change my life; I feel only I have the power to do that with the god/goddess that dwells within me.
I also try to treat others as I would want to be treated. This is probably the one truth that impacts my life more than any other, especially with having young children. I let my five year old daughter sleep with me every night while my husband sleeps with my other daughter and son. I let my daughter believe that when she dies she is going to come back as a cat, and that in her past life she was my mother. Most of my friends are men and I love them alot, and I do more socially with them than my own husband. Yet, I respect the marriage bond my husband and I share, and remain faithful to him in my actions and thoughts.
My thoughts are my prayers, and I try to live my life with no regrets. I don't regret ever being a JW, nor do I regret any of the pain I have endured in my past...without these things, I wouldn't be who I am today.
Well, that is a start...I have many personal truths, most of which I am learning more about each day!
He does not believe who does not live according to his belief.-Thomas Fuller