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Thursday, August 09, 2007

It Isn't Good for Anyone. - Young Girls Going Wild, But at What Consequences? - Health News Current Health News Medical News: "Mental and Physical Health: Research links sexualization with three of the most common mental health problems diagnosed in girls and women—eating disorders, low self-esteem, and depression or depressed mood."

Joseph, the Child, the Holy Virgin. What a wonderful civilizing influence on Western Civilization for two thousand years. Joseph, the strong, take-charge, godly and competent man; Mary, the mother of our Lord: submissive, meek, mild, quiet with a depth of godly passion and love for God; the Baby, Savior of the world, meek and lowly.

What an example for boys and girls for the centuries. In spite of the godless deification and worship of the Virgin and saints, the institution of the Holy Family bore witness to the truth: life is more than baring or beating your breasts; whoring around, and "going wild."

Far better that example for young men and women than Paris Hilton, JLo, Brittney, and all the other scum of Hollywood and television.

If laws are supposed to protect the innocent and the weak, the legal establishment of the United States is an outright failure. If a boy or a girl escapes dismemberment by scalpel or vacuum, he will grow up in a moral sewer of fornication, sodomy, lesbianism, and perversions that his grandfather never heard of. Whatever are we thinking of?

If it were not for the divine favor of predestination unto life that preserves some to be conformed to the image of Christ we would be as Sodom and Gomorrah, ripe for judgment and utter destruction.

The unbeliever should be every day thankful for the seed of the Godly and the eternal predestination of some to eternal life, for without this eternal decree none would escape the immediate wrath of God.

But then, if they were thankful, they wouldn't be unbelievers, would they?


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