When I was smoking a cigarette last night I had the wonderful opportunity 2 watch my baby girl play with her dolls and talk 2 them. i felt this rush love flow through my spiritual veins, and maybe caught a glimpse of gods awesome everlasting love and contentment for what he created out of his image. It was powerful and it motivated me to keep seeking his answers for me. I cant describe the feeling of that moment that well because it was so overwhelming it literally stunned me into a stare with emotions behind in a general pause my frame of time. Shortly after I started reflecting on my uncle who died in his disease, and all the sudden my feelings changed into unwanted hate and sorrow misery, just complete absence of god. It drew me into a conclusion that there most definately is a hell......... Alot of alcoholics SAY... spirituality is 4 ones who have been through hell and dont want to go back and religion is for the one who simply just dont wanna go at all. well I would like to rephrase that into SPIRITUALITY IS FOR THE ONES WHO GOT A FRACTION OF A GLIMPSE OF HELL AND RELIGION IS 4 THE ONE WHO KNOW HELL EXISTS AND THEY DEFINATELY DONT WANNA GO.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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