Just move on mate. Forget about it

An ex eb discussion were in progress, about moving on

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Graeme Ingles
Graeme Ingles You need to move on with your life thinking about these people is not helpful
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson All due respect, this statement isn’t all that helpful either. I can’t tell you the number of people who have told me stuff like this. We all heal in our own way and at our own pace. I don’t want to be offensive, you do your thing and try to be understanding and helpful about people who are in a different place than you are.
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Alan Carvell
Alan Carvell Graeme Ingles 🙄
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Ann Kerr
Ann Kerr Miriam Field-Davidson for sure, we are here to support and encourage on this forum.
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Graeme Ingles
Graeme Ingles Miriam Field-Davidson ok I left the EB nearly 50 years ago & I understand it is more painful for people have left more recently. I have four siblings who don’t speak to me plus numerous nephews & nieces I have never met
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson Yeah. I have been out about 7 years and am dealing with children who were badly damaged by it. Almost daily I realize more the damage that was done. I am glad you were able to escape so long ago.
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Graeme Ingles
Graeme Ingles Miriam Field-Davidson time is a cure
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson Well if I make if 50 years out I’ll be the oldest survivor. People who spent so much of their adult lives in the cult have a lot more anger than those who got out earlier.
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Graeme Ingles
Graeme Ingles Miriam Field-Davidson I understand I had so much anger to begin with but with the grace of God I am over it & no I don’t attend church I have kept my faith
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Catherine Eleanor Mitchell
Catherine Eleanor Mitchell Miriam Field-Davidson my parents are 50 years out now. But true about people being more angry the longer you’re in. You’ve had more time wasted and more to lose in other ways 🥺. Its all so wrong x
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Heather Dutra
Heather Dutra Graeme Ingles They probably don’t even know you exist (nephew &nieces or their children)
We need humour, to cope. There’s times when I want to cut off all contact with any xeb- but they are the ones who truly understand one another.
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Fran Gallotti
Fran Gallotti Graeme Ingles While the ebs of today and the ebs of 50 years ago are very different, we have all come from the same place. So please have some compassion for all of us who have left whether it is a long time ago or recent. We should be congratulating each other on getting out, the length of time it took us to do so should be of no importance. Freedom is!
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson Catherine Eleanor Mitchell Sad part, for me, is that I was almost 50 when I got out. I so wish I had been able to leave earlier.
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Catherine Eleanor Mitchell
Catherine Eleanor Mitchell Miriam Field-Davidson I wish you had too, but you’re here now 💗
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson This is so true 🙂 Better late than never.
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Alan Carvell
Alan Carvell Miriam Field-Davidson so only 6 years ago…. you’ve come on a long way… we’ll done 👍 😊
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson I was out, inside, a long time before I left but I didn’t realize it. Once I broke the Peeb shell off me, I realized how much I hated there.
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Catherine Eleanor Mitchell
Catherine Eleanor Mitchell Miriam Field-Davidson A closet worldly!
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson Yeah. I think they created a lot of people who were good at compartmentalizing things. Cognitive dissonance was a huge problem for me.
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Catherine Eleanor Mitchell
Catherine Eleanor Mitchell Miriam Field-Davidson cognitive dissonance is a weird thing, it can make you feel spaced out!
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson Absolutely! Our brains were not meant to operate like that!
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Alan Carvell
Alan Carvell Catherine Eleanor Mitchell never tried smoking that… I must try it! 😉
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Miriam Field-Davidson
Miriam Field-Davidson That would make a great strain name….

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No great surprise, (to me) to see that its a Christian who’s able to be” just moving on”

Is it?

No great surprise, to me, being that ive also observed how its a distinctly widespread Christian trait within Christendom

Its actually something we might deem to be very Christian trait (as far as modern Christendom is become)

He’s already been able to have long forgotten about how many lives the cults are constantly ruining

This guy ,Graeme Ingles, he’s just one of millions of other useless Christian folk, all of whom are ALL able to forget about the ongoing cult problem, are able to move on with their lives, and to forget about the plight of all the other people who still remain captive and as such must still face strugglingon within cults and high control religious groups worldwide

Whats worse

This guy, and all his Christian friends, who all have found a way to move on and forget about the ongoing carnage

They believe that its happen due to a-work of-God what has help them to do this

What kind of God would want human to move on and forget about others?

Sickening isn’t it

Extreme evil “dressed up as if it were” something good and righteous and about justice

“I’ve been able to have found a way to just move on “

Can you imagine Jesus, finding his own way to “simply move on” too,and to forget about others who were forced to need to be struggling up against Cult -tyranny and bondage, within the temple (John 2:13-22)

Can you?

Christians today have pretty much re-written the bible so to suit themselves

They have re-written the bible ?

To suit themselves

So as to “be able to feel at peace” ,themselves, all the while religious bondage can still continue to cause harm to people whom are caught up within it

They’d prefer to choose the easy path .

Correct?

Prefer to “not allow themselves to feel sleepless” about the way what “others” are still struggling, under bondage of cults and high control religious groups

They all simply rather to “move on”

Then

They claim it to have happened, to them, due to work of God

They do

Right?

Yet… chances are, it likely to be more like due to the work of the devil

Yet these fools wouldn’t even have enough mindfulness to even begin to suspect it

Will they?

They don’t suspect it. Because….. but hey, they are also certainly not alone in that either .. Are they? … No they are not alone in this situation.. They are merely one Christian among millions of other Christian

All  of whom

Unlike Jesus

Are able to find a way to still sleep well at night

And simply move and forget about it

All the while religious bondage, still continues onward, untouched and at-will without restraint, in so many different places, all around the world

Many times, even within the very same town and cities, right where about all these same Christian are all also living themselves

Few of them even bother to lose any of their sleep… Do they

No they don’t… They all sleep peacefully

No loss of sleep

Why not?

Well …hey they ALL have  found”themselves” a way to just move on

Its the far easier road to choose to take too isn’t it ?

Yep… certainly way far easier than that it would be to care to bother with “worrying oneself” about how to address the ONGOING religious bondage problem

What the hell was Jesus thinking doing with what he did then?

The idiot

What an idiot Jesus was?

With “trying to act against” the problem of religious bondage

What was he thinking

The man must have been senseless?. He could have also saved his own skin as well too, saved himself from the kind of problem of like what might otherwise cause oneself to “feel worried”, and sleepless at nights

And have just moved on too

Couldn’t he ?

Then we might have been able to re-write the bible.. And declare that

Jesus were following in the footstep of millions of Christians

At least that would then sound “more realistic” to like how things actually seem to be today?

Who’s meant to be following who here, anyway?

Is Jesus following in the Christian footsteps,or are Christian following Jesus footsteps… Or have Christian just chosen to decide for themselves what it mean to follow in the footsteps of Jesus

Where do i read ? “How Jesus had himself found a way to “just move on”,and to forget about the ongoing acts of religious bondage .

In the bible

Where?

What scripture was that then?

I certainly fail to see any great-resemblance , of the way what i read how Jesus had acted, when compared to how i observe the way that most Christian are all acting on earth today

Whats with that then?

None of them Christian today are even one bit interested in actually addressing religious bondage

Are they?

Yeah nah .. They don’t bother. They all find it to be way far easier 

To find a way to just move on

And forget about it

Don’t they?

Yeah.. They GENERALLY ALL do

Over two thousand years have passed since the death of Jesus

And yet

If anything, chances are that the religious bondage has grown greater 

And yet

We still have million upon million of so called Christians.. Who’d all be quick to claim to be actively involved in “continuing the work“of Jesus

Wouldn’t they

As if

As if

Jesus would have simply found his own way for himself to just move on too

While there was “religious bondage active” around him

Christian today, seem to think they’d be continuing the work of Jesus, simply by being actively involved in “converting more and more people into Christianity”

As if that were what “Jesus work” was about

Was that the reason for why Jesus were crucified  ?

Was it?

Was Jesus crucified for:

1.daring to convert more and more people to belief in Christianity

2. Or for daring to fight against act of religious bondage

Which one?

If Jesus were put to death for daring to fight against acts of religious bondage

That that there was then also the focus of his work”  too, correct?

His work of what Christian are now claiming to be now continuing to “carry on with” doing

Claim to be continuing the work of Jesus,even when none of them ever actually would bother to “do it”

Where do we see any sign of Christian active in fighting against religious bondage

Where?

Where is there even slight amount of sign of Christian ,in any great numbers whom are all actively involved IN FINISHING  “this work” of what Jesus had ORIGINALLY purposely set out to complete 

IE: to put an end to religious-bondage

Where?

Can anyone imagine how immensely embarrassing it would end up being for Jesus

Were he to return to earth right now

Imagine the deep “sense” of disgrace?

I feel blessed to not be counted among Christendom . I feel lucky

If Christian today were the ones who were writing the bible, then the scripture in John 2:13-22 , would possibly more likely read something more to the affect that

1.Jesus has seen how the money changers were ripping people off within the temple. 2 turning belief in God into a form of bondage. 3 Then Jesus turned a blind eye to the ongoing problem.4. And just found a way for himself to “move on” and to forget about it. 5 Then Jesus were put to death for his act of daring to try and convert more and more people to Christendom. 6.Jesus was a martyr for “religion” , and not for any his-act of caring about others ongoing problems with religious bondage.7 Jesus were therefore far more concerned with act of finding peace for himself, than he were ever interested in trying to help find more peace for other people

Signed—— yours sincerely—- the jolly-good-book of Christendom

 

About ExEB

I'm a agnostic/atheist . Interested in learning more about science. I also am an "ex-member" of a group most publicly known within modern times, as the Exclusive Brethren. Whom are an off-shoot of the original Plymouth Brethren group. I'd say it likely my personality could possibly be described as quirky.You know ,as in being , unconventional , unorthodox , unusual, off-centre, strange, bizarre, weird, peculiar, odd, freakish, outlandish, offbeat, out of the ordinary, bohemian, alternative, zany I'm sure iv'e been classed as "crazy" . Many times But then, being born into a group like the exclusive brethren. Doesn't lend itself ? to tend to produce things considered as being "very normal" .Does it I escaped the Exclusive Brethren cult as a 15 year old teenager. Even since that time iv'e been trying to adjust to living life outside the cult. With much of my life being lived within the genre of "wild colonial boy" style. In the general sense of a church-rebel picking and choosing from role models who appeared within-life along the way. But as the exclusive brethren cult had traditionally maintained a general church-rule , of need to shun and totally excommunicate any ex member of their group.Treating such people as if they were dead. Thus this situation developed more to do with my need of following traditionally enforced church-rule , as apposed to it being so much about "life-choices". Certain emotional experiences, and parts of life in general, have led to me adopting a sense of low self esteem. Which is a situation i still deal with from time to time. Through my ongoing interest in science. I find i am able to gather more information to help me better understand my situation. Much about life for me, has often seemed like a massive puzzle.With many missing pieces.
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