The Christian Noob (n00b)

born & raised Catholic, now going to a Presbyterian church & still learning

love, sex & tattoos: kinky fucking love

I guess that if I want to finish these three ideas — love, sex and tattoos.

  1. love, sex & tattoos: ink
    https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/11/love-sex-tattoos-ink/
  2. love, sex & tattoos: sex junkie
    https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/11/love-sex-tattoos-sex-junkie/

Hence here’s the conclusion — my ideas of love, how I feel love.

I decided to change this post. If you care to see what I had posted here, which I had posted about five days ago, go to https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/11/something-i-wrote-on-someone-elses-blog/.

Love in general, this human emotion referred to as love’s been difficult for me have and share. From an early age, I wondered if my parents really loved me regardless how often I was told so, but my father dared to prove me wrong (https://christiannoob.wordpress.com/2010/10/my-fathers-last-betrayal/).The only persons who loved me without a doubt were my maternal grandparents (both dead) who taught me the core Christian values that I hold dearly to.

When most of us hear the word “love,” we think of a relationship between a man and a woman. In my case, love came early (first grade, age 5). Each year I was in “love” with a different girl. Junior high school was no exception and neither was high school, but I was always the ugly duckling or the kid who couldn’t afford gifts and crap as much as other kids. College was different as I literally had girls to choose from. It was a shocking surprise, but I enjoyed this change. I gained confidence, but this hallow confidence’s not love. Women come and go, yet remaining lonesome for no one to care or hold. Love’s a nasty feeling. Being in love’s much worse.

The only place where I’ve been able find love’s in the presence of my children. They’re my life and soul. I’d be with them till the day I die, but first I need to leave them a future that can take care of them financially.

Ironically enough, as a bad cosmic joke, life is merely sick and twisted forms of LOVE, SEX and TATTOOS.

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