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  1. Susanne
    04/13/2017 @ 4:04 pm

    Good news about your SSH!!!!
    It’s nice to read that you’re a Christian! So many bloggers are atheists, and that’s ok to me, but many also write a lot of bad things about Christians. I don’t necessarily agree with the Catholic faith, but that doesn’t matter in this context.
    Flex boxes and CSS grid sounds great! Please share some on the forum later?
    Display flex is the best thing that happened to CSS, in my opinion.
    Now have a brilliant Easter!!

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    • Adri
      04/14/2017 @ 6:34 pm

      The reality is, no religion is perfect. And to add to that, even atheism and agnosticism isn’t perfect either. I actually know a few (niche-less) bloggers who sometimes write about their faith once in awhile. I, on the other hand, am not ashamed of being a Catholic regardless of what people say. I don’t have anything against atheist bloggers (those who claim they are anyway), but what annoys me the most is if they start writing/criticizing others who do follow a religion while they make themselves sound ignorant about them. I actually know someone who disagrees with the Christian faith and considers herself with some other religion, even though a lot of the things she writes about also go against whatever that religion she claims to be. Hmm, sounds hypocritical lol.

      My sister from L.A. will be arriving later today, so I don’t think I’d be able to make it to my local meetup. But I do hope that they do have recap recordings of the meetup and post it in their site, so that I’d be able to watch. :)
      Adri recently posted The Final Week of Pescetarian Period on her blog!My Profile

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  2. Mikari
    04/16/2017 @ 12:09 pm

    That was very informative, I love how open you are about faith. I’m an independent Christian so I don’t necessarily do all of this the same way but there are definitely a lot of similarities. I had fish fillet on Friday for lunch (and cheese pizza for dinner instead of meat pizza). I also have a cross shaped palm branch mom brought me. I actually still have the one from last year too.

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    • Adri
      04/17/2017 @ 12:46 pm

      Once in awhile, I do open up about my faith. But lately, 707 (who is also open about his faith in the game, I already showed you some screenshots of him being open LOL) sort of inspired me to be a bit more open about my faith, hehe.

      Our Easter lunch had so much food. It felt like freedom from the fasting/abstinence and being limited to eating vegetables and seafood. I think I gained my weight back from pre-Lent season LOL.

      The way we do it with the palm leaves, some of us create our leaves with the shape of the cross and then we just simply leave it on display until next year. They get dried out eventually but they’re very sturdy leaves. When the first week of Lent is approaching in the coming year, the church would call out to us to hand over our old palm leaves (if we still have them) to be burned down and use the ashes for Ash Wednesday. I don’t know if this was for environmental purposes of recycling or if this is Christian/Catholic tradition (I say it’s both), it works either ways.
      Adri recently posted The Final Week of Pescetarian Period on her blog!My Profile

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