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I Pick and Choose Which of My Religion's Tenets to Believe in, And It Works Perfectly for Me

Just as there are 50 shades of gray, there are a lot of shades of religion. And I think a lot of us have a hard time expressing that. We don’t all necessarily fit into orthodox or reform. A lot of us gravitate somewhere toward the middle.A few years ago, I somehow received NYC infamy due to my... Continue reading
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