Okay, I know I posted a topic about Gypsies yesterday and I appreciate all the helpful responses. But there is one thing that I've been terribly interested in and followed for years. Until now, that is. I have read everything I could get my hands on; or watched everything I could get my eyes on, about hippies. Hippies. Yep, that's right. I used to be a Hippy. I'll confess. But after the Lord gave me a new life, the whole hippy thing didn't seem all that interesting to me anymore and I just let it go! Very amazing, since this is what I was stuck in for so many years. I thought I could be a hippy-Christian, but I found that just wouldn't work. I kind of think that was what was keeping me from getting so close to the Lord, was doing my hippy stuff. I still like to listen to the Grateful Dead, though. Do you think that's bad and I should stop that too? I know the hippies of yesteryear had been doing evil things. The fornication, the drugs, and all that. I didn't do any of that, by the way. I only tried marijuana a few times and didn't get the point of smoking it, so I left it alone. Do you think it's wrong to be hippy-like, minus the fornication and drugs? Just the peace and love and happiness and being kind to the earth...things like that?
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