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He is communicative and sensitive (ladies, isn't this what we want? He would be a loving, patient father and says he will work hard for the rest of his life so that I can live like a princess.
Some days, when we ignore the elephant in the room, I think, wow, this is it.
I spent those mornings happily hanging out at the local doughnut shop instead of listening to an hour of sermons before algebra.
My past boyfriends have been atheists or, like me, vaguely spiritual, but without subscribing to any organized religion.
There was a short period when I was around eight or nine when I was convinced I would "be doomed to hell" if I did anything bad, like, for example, putting Jell-O in my brother's bed (even if he did deserve it).
I don't even know when I first came across the notion of a god or hell, probably from evangelicals on daytime television.
-- to expose them to all the world's religions so they can decide for themselves what they believe in, if anything at all.
Sometimes it just feels like we're on different plains of existence.
Well, his Christian God (a God I don't believe in).
Tall Dark Handsome), and my only stress would be dealing with the woes of getting my nearly-perfect children into the right schools.
But like many women, I always knew I had some things I needed to do on my own before I even considered crossing the altar with someone (travel the world, kiss a girl, learn a romance language), but I never thought I'd be at the point where I'd have to actively look for love the way I have been over the last few years.
I like to believe there's something out there, some mysterious universal power, but it's not anything I try to define or pretend to understand.
In fact, I embrace the enigma of it all and, as my best friend -- a self-described Buddhist -- likes to say, "all we know is that we just don't know." Can't we just embrace the mystery of life, simply be good and hope for the best? My Christian boyfriend jokingly calls me an imp -- and I call him a fruitcake.