>>1395218>Is this guy in some sort of cult?
He's "christian" but it's funny that you mention cult, a new girl (a relative of mine) joined us for a while, but she told her brother that she felt it was like a cult. i had the same feeling, but i didn't know exactly where to place that feeling till he said that, and it pretty much fits and it's the reason, i believe, that he was threatened by my appearance there, and attempted to destroy who i am, because my being there shows faults that he has, and that's a threat. i think it's also his way to avoid being confronted or held accountable.>>1394110>>1394112
i'm a reflection of his weak self-dominion, his weak convictions, weak authority, etc, don't get me wrong, he can speak with gusto about "god" he is very excitable about prosperity, not biblical prosperity, tho, joel olstein prosperity, as in, you come to this church(the building) and god will bring you prosperity, this (church) is the temple of God (anti-biblical), etc.
I recently flipped the script, and he's started settling down (as explained above), but i still need to work him over to fix those flaws, i don't hang out with people that lower my attempts at "self-perfection" or whatever it'd be called, and if i'm obligated to stay around them, it's either keep them far away from me, or build them up.
you'd be surprised how making yourself "wild" will have a lot to do with this [perfection], since you won't allow less from yourself than the best, and wont accept anyone making you degrade yourself into complacency and not reaching perfection, unless the individua wants to wild himself just to fuck around or to do degenerate shiet, then he'd be already in the other end of the "wild" spectrum.
i think that's that for a quick explanation leading up to the loss of my eyes.
this is stressful, since he's not my responsibility, but i have family that goes there, and they're new to christianity, and i don't want to dissuade them, but the leader is doing that himself.