Dating and sex rules for mormons

I was needing to catch my bus home, and politely said, "I'm sorry, but no. Took me another 16 years of study to finally have the integrity, honesty, courage to send in resignation.I'm excommunicated and I have no interest in a bogus faith, in fact, I'm atheist now." They then tried to leave until one of them came back up to me and had the audacity to ask "I'm just curious, but do you mind if I ask if you feel bad that the Holy Spirit had left you and you can't get into Heaven? " They then left, but not before I said, "you better tell the Salem Ward in Virginia Beach that they owe me at least ,000 for some dumb stuff they did! What a feeling of relief that washed over me after posting the letter. I was to live the best I could and not give a rip about what others were saying about me.Life is precious, we only get to experience this phase once, and we tend to waste too much of our lives living by someone else's rules or agenda.When GBH wrote his book about "standing for something", I did, and cut them all off ecclesiastically speaking. But the straw that broke the camel's back and ensured I would never return was when the bishop "presiding" over my grandmother's funeral chastised me for being a bad Mormon.

Instead of remunerating, there was a disciplinary court then and there... But then just very recently, I was outside a Speedway convenience store with a pack of Newports and a Monster Energy, when two missionaries asked me if I was interested in talking to them. I have five siblings in the faith and am thankful for the spirituality and community togetherness this religion taught me as a child. , 1991 After grooming (beginning age 11) was full tilt TBM (True Believing Mormon) until age 26.(1975) Many callings, mission, temple marriage, yada, yada, yada.

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I'm High Functioning Autism and have a medical need for them. They then kicked me out of my room and locked the door while they started throwing things away.

But these two people, whom I'll only refer as Justin and Wayne; along with another Mormon I'll call Jimmy, who the latter (no pun intended) was my roommate, forced me to throw them away. I even saw them trying to look at what was on my computer but shut it off upset that it was running Ubuntu (Linux) and couldn't find any way to login. Y'all can go to jail for this." They said that "man's law doesn't apply here, brother.

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