They are not my gum boots your lookin for mate they are his.....
Like a woman who has gone blind, you run your hands over my entire body, not knowing what to touch. I pull myself away from you a few inches to look you in the eyes, at that instant the lightning flashes, a perfect connection is made between the two of us in sjower second.
You get closer and closer to ses you want to be. I bite down on you and just bring your clit into my mouth, Shoer massage it with the tip of my tongue very quickly now. Cold sweats sweep over your body, your eyes roll back as you begin to finish.
You let out a quiet scream as you cum, I feel a new warm wetness spill down my chin, I move my tongue down and lick it up, gathering the sweet taste in my mouth. You lay there, expended from your orgasm...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
Yet the left keeps losing on every issue because the population just does not believe their bullshit.
There's a particularly nasty lynch mob descending on an Oklahoma elementary school, right now:
How did this turn into an abortion topic?
I have lost nothing (as this is no competition) and drawing a comparison between similar issues is not an indication of that.
Here's what I believe, Samuel, nothing. The reason I believe nothing is that when I believed something, I realized it was all a lie, years ago. Jesus was not here going rouge, he tells you himself that he came to fulfill the law and the prophets, the representation of both of which has been twisted in meaning, but Jesus was not going rouge, and inventing anything. He tried, I think it's plain, to fulfill old testament prophecy in all things. Saul's version of a new covenant is nowhere in the old testament prophecy that Jesus and the apostles, and the Church of Jerusalem were trying to fulfill. Saul had been sent out once to convert Jews to the Messianic version Christ was here to fulfill and failed miserably, after that, he was sent out to try to sell Messianic Judaism to gentiles, and he failed miserably at that, as well. HE DECIDED to lower the bar, Jesus nor the church of Jerusalem decided that, in point of fact, the incident at Antioch would not have happened, and the Council of Jerusalem would not have ever been necessary. He was not doing what he was sent out to do. Acts tells us lots of things, the New Testament tells us lots of things, but the Romans scattered the Church of Jerusalem to the winds, and Saul's budding church wrote the history, so what you believe is up to you, of that narrative. What I do know is that the New Testament stands only on Old Testament Prophecy, if it isn't in the prophecy, it isn't God's word, or Jesus's will, it's man's.
Sorry to hear that, kids can be cruel at times.
And yet all this self-reflection and meditation, gratitude journals and communal events, unless they actually do something to help others with action, are little more than place-holders.