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I’d say it is need. the USA isn’t really a democracy…there is much that is wrong here. Some of us are painfully aware. It is not so much guilt as it is compassion for those of us who have no one to speak for us, and a desire to do the right thing….
No, I think it’s cause european people are more individualists. They only care ’bout themselves.. and in general they live well and they are not needy for help.. nor willing to offer it.
Actually, I was not contradicting the first post. The first post is also true. American people are more ‘human’.
those of us who search for the will of G-d in our lives will always be judged because we are expected to be perfect in every situation. We are far from perfect, but grateful for the sacrifice that Christ made, and try to follow HIS example…usually falling short because we are human. The joy is un the ever seeking of HIS Love and plan for our lives…
True enough.. the inner peace that comes from being spiritually in tune to our Creator makes the judgement and criticism of those who do not understand less painful the more open we are to the guidance of the living, Holy Spirit! and makes us more loving and compassionate than we would be otherwise. it is not a flaw, perhaps a weakness…but in our weakness we are made strong if we attempt to listen to HIS call and plan for our lives.
didn’t mean to sound preachy…just glad to have an opportunity to explain.
May you find this peace that passes all understanding!
America has bombed 24 countries since the end of World War 2, how does that make them more human?
USA is also the only country to have deployed nuclear weapons. Very human. To fight is human I guess.
Mauri, perhaps you should think about what you post before you insult an entire continent.
So? Europe has done a lot too..
But we’re not talking about what countries do, focus on the subject.
The original posting is a badly formed sentence that makes no sense. I am surprised anyone even understood it and made a response. The subject changed following that response, and I added my 2c.
There’s no need to be rude.
Nobody is more human than anyone else, unless they are the result of some crazy genetic experiment with monkeys or something :p
going bye the map most of the religionish people are from USA and sorry if the spelling is wrong, the question is still the same
In answering this question i would have thought that regard would have to be had in determining what being’religious’ actually means. Is there any universally-defined fixed concept of being ‘religious’? Indeed, nowadays religions have to some extent, ‘watered down’ their beliefs, in seeking to attract more members, or perhaps simply as a result of increasing membership. This has been accompanied by the fact that many churches and so forth are put to secular use.Perhaps people are not ‘religious’ in the true sense of the word, as it once meant to our ancestors, but instead simply ‘religious’ according to weaker, modern notions of religion thaty exists in a widely secular world.
help.com is a largely American website, part of the CNet Network, so it’s natural that most people posting on it will be in North America. That’s also why there are so many posts about problems with AOL.
Oh, lol…wow, that wasn’t even close. As an American, I have nothing to feel guilty about. I choose to believe in God because of my personal experiences. But hey, everyone’s different.
you are young u will or might grow out of it
thats my point everything u stand for loisedwards2 against gay rights to chose .women right to chose.
USA used to be loved or respected then George bush Jr came then down hill fast Y? USA was leading the way in gay right disabled women
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there is a lot of people on the map in USA for god is it a floor in there personalty or is it guilt? gun crime pollution Iraq war and so on
I want have a road map at Sangdiego in USA
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