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Andrea Piggue
@Andrea_Speaks · 5:00

My beliefs don't require you to believe them

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And at the end of the day, we going to be judged for how we believe, not how other people believe. But we going to be judged for what we believed. Okay? I'm going to be judged for what I believed. I'm going to be judged for what I said I believed in. And I've said this before, I'm going to continue to believe that there is a God

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@FryedOreo
Dewuan .
@FryedOreo · 3:09
Or at least I believe that there's not enough information credible enough for these things to be accurate. That puts me in conflict with a lot of people who do believe in God. And sometimes, in spite of this, we get along well and great. But there are times people out there will just not even talk to you or acknowledge your presence if your belief system is not in alignment with their own
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Andrea Piggue
@Andrea_Speaks · 4:51

@FryedOreo

She did a swell about that, about talking to people and being in relationship with people, even if they are a person who believes in God and a person who doesn't believe in God, right. Because there's still things that you can learn from that person who doesn't believe in God, right. Because there's more to them than just that belief, right
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@ilovelucee
Luce Fonrose
@ilovelucee · 1:41
Andrea, I know I'm late, but I didn't want to respond to this. I hear you for sure, because, yeah, like you said, what you believe in doesn't like, you don't need somebody else to believe what you believe in. You don't need permission. You don't need their validation. You don't need them to. To authenticate it. You know what I mean? You don't got to prove nothing to them. So, agreed. For sure
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