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20.       Rocco Siffredi
60 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 03:12 am

 

Quoting girleegirl

 The goal is to give something meaningful yes, but it should be meaningful to the recipient more than to the gift giver. 

 

i don´t need your agreement. clean your house at first.

21.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 03:21 am

 

Quoting Rocco Siffredi

i don´t need your agreement. clean your house at first.

 

Au contraire...I was not agreeing with you.  And my house is quite tidy, but thanks for your concern!

22.       CANLI
5084 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 03:24 am

Mmmm,guys,i hate to interrupt,but can you tell me about the candle thing ?

 

Quote: CANLI

Btw,what does lightening the candle means ?

İ know he was praying,but when you light a candle along with the praying,what does it means?

23.       girleegirl
5065 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 03:28 am

 

Quoting CANLI

Btw,what does lightening the candle means ?

İ know he was praying,but when you light a candle along with the praying,what does it means?

İ thought its not nice to ask him ,not appreciative {#lang_emotions_shy}

 

 In the Chrisitian religion a candle symbolizes life and hope and being out of the darkness.

24.       CANLI
5084 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 03:33 am

Thank you GG

25.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 03:46 am

These links may be useful Canlı:

 

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_Catholics_light_candles

 

http://landru.i-link-2.net/shnyves/candles.htm 

26.       lovebug
280 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 04:29 am

I find most Turkish people (at least the ones I know) very respectful of other faiths.

 

When every I visit Turkey, I always have to stop in the church of St. Anthony in Taksim. I just love to stop in and say a prayer of thanksgiving for my safe trip to and return home. My fiance knows I always light a candle and he goes over to buy one or two for me everytime. When his sisters went with us, they also light a candle and said a prayer.

 

I loved that they accepted me and my religion, just as I accept them and their religion

27.       Roswitha
4132 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 04:36 am

Wendy, that is wonderful!

28.       peacetrain
1905 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 05:25 am

 

Quoting lovebug

I find most Turkish people (at least the ones I know) very respectful of other faiths.

 

When every I visit Turkey, I always have to stop in the church of St. Anthony in Taksim. I just love to stop in and say a prayer of thanksgiving for my safe trip to and return home. My fiance knows I always light a candle and he goes over to buy one or two for me everytime. When his sisters went with us, they also light a candle and said a prayer.

 

I loved that they accepted me and my religion, just as I accept them and their religion

 

 {#lang_emotions_flowers}

29.       Leelu
1746 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 06:19 am

 

Quoting lovebug

I find most Turkish people (at least the ones I know) very respectful of other faiths.

 

When every I visit Turkey, I always have to stop in the church of St. Anthony in Taksim. I just love to stop in and say a prayer of thanksgiving for my safe trip to and return home. My fiance knows I always light a candle and he goes over to buy one or two for me everytime. When his sisters went with us, they also light a candle and said a prayer.

 

I loved that they accepted me and my religion, just as I accept them and their religion

 

 if more people accepted each others religious beliefs a lot of misconceptions and prejudices would be gone from the world .. in my opinion .. but more importantly there would also be "respect" and that is why turkey and turkish people hold a special place in my heart .. it is the respect that I saw whilst there.

 

 

30.       seyit
547 posts
 05 Sep 2008 Fri 10:41 am

 

Quoting Leelu

 if more people accepted each others religious beliefs a lot of misconceptions and prejudices would be gone from the world .. in my opinion .. but more importantly there would also be "respect" and that is why turkey and turkish people hold a special place in my heart .. it is the respect that I saw whilst there.

 

 I support you wholeheartedly...

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