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What Is Love 254: Caleb
Last Thursday on Alberta, Portland OR USA

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Unconditional care. I was raised in an evangelical like, household, Christian household, and my parents are two of the most loving people, and it’s just because they believe that that’s how Jesus would do things and that like, no matter who it is, it’s kind of ridiculous like, how ridiculously well they’re able to love. It’s kind of cool. It’s kicked me off to a good start I feel.

I don’t carry their religious beliefs but I carry the love. My religious beliefs I have kind of pushed further than any one person has ever explained to me, I feel that a lot of the religious texts and whatnot are good, I think they’re all good, like the Quran’s fucking awesome, they have some great teachings, the bible has some great teachings, like even the Satanic bible has some really good teachings and most of them are all saying the same thing, and its: be good to eachother, care for the earth, help any living creature that needs help and don’t kill people. Don’t kill people that did bad just to kill them. You know, if they rape your sister you have the right to kill them... if they like, yeah, and that’s through and through all the different texts. Don’t kill people, be good to everything, take care of the earth. Make sure that you take care of your self. Like your self-being is very important. Like prayer, meditation, and like all of that is, I feel like is more about just like having your self be current and like, present and like ready for your life. It has to be so subconscious, love. If I am thinking about there’s all sorts of motives and what-not’s to go with that, and that sucks but, what are you gonna do, I’m a person right? What are you gonna do.

It’s kind a crazy, like I’m adopted too. So like I got picked to be in this kind of family. It just didn’t happen. And I think that’s where it comes from as well, is that they like, I mean when they adopted me they were what, thirty? Twenty? Like close to my age like currently right now, you know? Me being the person I am, just figuring out life, I am sure they were doing the same kind of thing, you know? But they just like, they learned at a very young age that no matter who comes into your life, they’re gonna need help, and if you can help them, you should. Even if you can’t, then something, somebody will take care of you.
 








 
 
 



 
 
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