Let me clarify

As a result of some feedback I received on my “do me a favour” post, I feel compelled to clarify some things:

That post was not intended as an attack on any individuals’ decision to go to university. It was a rant at the tone of society as a whole (and the Church seems to support society’s values in this area as well). I was simply ranting at society’s value of pursuing education over starting a family at a young age. I was not implying that people who go to university do not work hard, and was not saying that university has no value. I said it has no value for me, at this time, and that it is not the be-all and end-all to having a successful career, or life.

As for my comment about birth control, I simply wonder if it is God’s intention for us to “play God” and decide when it is in our best interest to have children. I think he knows better than we ever could (as in everything else). I did not just say that I think birth control is wrong, I simply said I wonder if it is.

I meant no offense to anyone, and if anyone still feels offended over my thoughts on these issues….well go ahead, it’s a free country.

2 Responses to “Let me clarify”

  1. karina Says:

    hi kim. i’m encouraged by your attitude/views re. university. this has sometimes been an issue for me too as i ‘only have a bible college degree’ and am not even ‘using’ it. so yeah. thanks for that :)

  2. Kim Says:

    You’re welcome :)

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