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Re: Unconditional acceptance » annierose

Posted by fires on November 7, 2006, at 21:32:13

In reply to Unconditional acceptance, posted by annierose on November 7, 2006, at 20:06:44

"Is that too much to ask?

I think so.

"He who dares not offend cannot be honest."
- Thomas Paine

I believe that uncond. acceptance doesn't exist.

Can one really offer ua (unconditional acceptance from here out) to someone who lies or is manipulative? or rapes, steals, etc...(Not to imply that you are doing any of those things)

How about ua for someone who really wants someone to be an enabler for them? UA to me, is enabling in disguise.

I probably haven't changed your mind so here's a suggestion: for UA see a clergyman - no cost and your best chance of getting it.




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