Pulled a lucifers awful mess of uncultivated honeysuckle from a lilac bush yesterday. Whilst I find the fragrance of such to be an occassional natural enjoyment, it chokes out and ruins everything its gnarly, unrestrained tenicles slither to, then clingy, nothing but life draining of it's base. Better to temper it, as it roots are a dime a dozen, in it's natural noxious state.<quoted text>
You labor under the assumption that other people find Bible verses to be compelling too. I do not.
I have studied the Bible, casually. I have a working understanding of Christian theologies, though certainly not perfect or comprehensive. Clearly my worldview is rooted in naturalism, not faith.
We shall have to simply disagree on this matter.
Especially when it's hanging off the leaf edges of an even sweeter scented flora, such as the most resplendently when in bloom lilac!
"Be gone oh clingy, suffocating weed,'tis NOT your space to clingon to.(Lt. Spock, some version of Star Trek-Not really)
Isn't that exciting? lol.