spookjaku:

jennapatd:

calligraphicwaves:

If someone cheats on you they do not love you, remember that. If someone cheats on you they do not care about you as much as they say they do. If someone cheats on you it means that for a split second you were off their mind long enough for them to put another person in arms that should only be for you. If someone cheats on you, dear god, I hope you don’t go back to them because you are worth so much more than that.

IMPORTANT

Oh man I really needed this.

Anonymous asked:

Are you homophobic?

x//Symphonic Nightmare//x Answer:

bishop27:

dave-youfool:

dynastylnoire:

jadathedirector:

No not at all. I’m don’t ‘support’ the lifestyle, but I don’t hate them, or discriminate against them. Jesus still loves them, so I do too.

the christian way to say you’re homophobic.

ring ring ring ring ring ring ring, a homophobe
ring ring ring ring ring ring ring, a homophooooobe
I’ve got this feeling
It’s not appealing
That you’re afraid of catching the gay

This is the kind of post that I like to avoid responding to at all costs, but… Oh boy. I’ll be straightforward in saying I know absolutely nothing about jadathedirector’s blog, so perhaps there is context I am missing. However, just based on how they have responded here, this is not homophobia. This is not hatred. This isn’t even some smug “moral high road” pot shot. 

This is a person who has a belief system that does not mesh with homosexuality. What this answer conveys is actually exactly what is supposed to be done according to Christian belief.

Love is in no way equal to acceptance. Disapproval is in no way equal to hatred. An example is when a loved one says something cruel — you disapprove of their behavior, but you don’t stop loving them.

Frankly, I am a little surprised this kind of answer apparently doesn’t appeal to people. Realistically, we have to understand that not everyone is going to accept you. Not everyone is going to accept the homosexual lifestyle nor is everyone going to accept the Christian way either. You do not have to be accepted to coexist. You do not have to agree to get along. As far as I am concerned, this is the best, most realistic common denominator. This is a very peaceful way for two opposing ideologies to meet in the middle.

Let me restate that I don’t know the source well, I really don’t. However, if what is said here in jadathedirector’s answer is supported by actions, then I do not see the issue. This is one belief system respecting another even though there is a disagreement. To me, that is one point for peace and it is time to go home and call it a day.