So, basically, it's Sunday, and my parents actually were able to drag Aubree and me out of bed for once for a late morning sermon. Usually our pastor's messages are based on finances, spiritual gifts, etc., but today in honor of the new book 23 Minutes In Hell by Bill Wiese(and I honestly think he just ate too much pizza before he fell asleep), he gave a speech about Hell. Having been in church since basically day one, I've heard tons and tons of crap about Hell, and basically a summary of every sermon about it goes like this: "Love God, or you'll go to HELLLZZZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *dundundun* foreverrrrr! Do you know what foreverrrrrr means!? YEAH WELL, you better love him!" Am I right? So after hearing yet another, hellish message (hahha), I was like, "Whatever, forget this, if I'm ever gonna know anything ever about what God REALLY wants us to know, I'm gonna have to purge from my mind everything I've been taught since I was a child and form my own ideas--from The Bible of course." You ask why The Bible? Well, because it's from God.
Yeah, so maybe your geographical location isn't exactly what you want. Maybe you have creepy, old man neighbors who stare at you when you're jogging, or maybe some hella loud birds sit there on the tree outside your window and CHIRRRPPPP incessantly every morning, waking you from the deepest of slumbers. But is it seriously SO bad that you have to tell every. single. person. how much you hate existing where you do? Take Colorado Springs for example: people who live here sit around and hate on it, but honestly it's BEAUTIFUL. If you don't like the weather, it changes every five minutes anyways. There are hella pretty mountains, gorgeous city lights, and tons of cool places to hike. But seriously, you live in AMERICA. You can find something good about where you live, and if you have too many things to complain about, you can pack up and go to a different state. So, seriously stop whining about it. :]