QUOTE(Quistis88 @ Oct 11 2006, 05:40 PM) [snapback]458651[/snapback]
QUOTE(Slashrose1010 @ Oct 11 2006, 08:54 PM) [snapback]458628[/snapback]
What good's a prayer if you yourself are not religiously inclined *does not actually know how religiously inclined Quissy is, just a wonder*? And does a prayer mean less if it is from someone who is not particularly religious?
Well, I wouldn't be asking for prayers, I don't think, if I weren't religiously-inclined myself. I am Christian.
QUOTE(Toby-Chan @ Oct 11 2006, 09:24 PM) [snapback]458638[/snapback]
In my view, no. A prayer for somebody has more strength as a social motion of goodwill towards another, and it gives the other strength by the fact that there is somebody who is thinking about them in a sincere supportive manner enough to have collected their thoughts into the form of prayer.
I couldn't have answered it better myself. Thank you.
Sorry to burst the "Goldfish does not exist bubble" but I agree with toby and would like to add that God is God, no matter who you are or what your inclination is.