Sometimes it makes me wonder whether keeping all those old materials and keepsakes from long ago is a good idea. That or you put them in a place that isn't easily remembered. Why do it then? ...gah
I confess I'm forgetting about my pride and I'm ready to forgive.
The only things that give me true nostalgia these days are things like old gameboy colour and Ps1 games, especially the music.
If I'm honest I must have a had an uneventful childhood, because I can't remember so much of it! (luckily my parents divorced when I was 5 and I don't think it really bothered me too much)
But I love it when I do get nostalgia, one of the best feelings there is!
For a variety of reasons, my memory from age 14+ is very, very spotty and disjointed.
I confess I believe in God but I don't believe in a God.
I confess that I think God is a concept.
@Blai - does that mean you think of God as a concept like xi0 does? or do you have some other interpretation?
@xi0 - a concept of what? Of Morality? Of Creation?
Although I'm not religious, I've had a few religious friends and always enjoyed listening to what they had to say about things like this, hope you don't think that's nosey
Nooo... Not the dreaded deep spirituality conversation! Quickly, get back to spammyland! PONIES. CATS.
I confess that, after shyly mentioning to my friend I wanted to sing a symphonic metal tune at the karaoke night but was worried it didn't fit, I used all my strength to avoid looking at her in horror when she said "that's great! You bring the metal and I'll bring the rap!"
earthforge seems to be so awesome *-*
I confess that I don't believe in God. I believe in science.
I confess that I don't believe in God either,even though I used to do so.
I confess that I don't believe in any god. I believe in positive thinking, hard work and will. And also in science.
I confess I believe in god on workdays and am an atheist on weekends and days off.
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Jokes aside, I confess I'm thinking of shaving my head.