Post Number:#1 April 6th, 2012, 1:25 pm
Christians act like you are suppose to love your neighbor. Do you have to love your neighbor, and is it realistic that you can actually feel love toward someone who is not lovable? It doesn't seem realistic to me that you can feel love toward a person who is mean and not lovable. Christians act like you have to do good deeds to everyone you know and meet. What if no one is doing good deeds to you, and the world is indifferent, do you have to do good deeds when you don't feel like doing good deeds? Are masks not a form of being fake? Would it be better not to do something you don't naturally feel then fake it?