Imaginary conversations

Imaginary conversations are simply things that I do. I’ve always done them, as far back as I can remember. Because I am such a push-over in real life, I tend to lose myself in thought, usually on the ride home from work these days, and have conversations with people. Some real people. Some not. I suppose it might sound weird. It even used to infuriate a particular ex-, as all of our fights sounded pre-planned to her. Because they were. Now. I’ve progressed from that level of silliness. But the conversations remain. Here is one of tonight’s.

A: Why does the Church condemn so many people to hell?
B: What do you mean?
A: The council of trent condemns all protestants to hell?
B: No she doesn’t. Only God can do that.
A: Sure it says that. But that’s what it would say.
B: Truly, the Church is as much as aware as you that only God can do that.
A: Oh
B: Although sometimes I wish she would. There are three people that I can think of that I would like to condemn. But she’s a hierarchical church, and I’m just a layman with no voice. So no dice.

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~ by Rob on April 24, 2007.

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