This time I’m only one day late! My Monday Truths posted on a Tuesday
Here are the answers for 15-21
15. Something or someone you couldn’t live without, because you’ve tried living without it.
– I think we can all adjust to not living with something or someone. Are there people I would strongly have with me? Hell yes. Are their things that I depend on? Of course, but we adapt to what life throws at us.
16. Someone or something you definitely could live without. I could live without hatred, narrow mindedness, wars, prejudice and injustice.
17. A book you’ve read that changed your views on something
– Jenni said that A Million Little Pieces by James Frey is a good book to read to get a better understanding of addiction. It is one of the books on my Must Read list.
18. Your views on gay marriage
– Love is love. It shouldn’t matter the color of your skin or the sex of the couple. The End.
19. What do you think of religion? Or what do you think of politics?
– I respect people’s beliefs no matter what they are. I don’t air my thoughts in heated discussions because in most cases it’s not going to change what the other person thinks. I believe in some type of God. I was raised Catholic but I don’t belong to a Catholic church. I’ve done reading on Buddhism and other Eastern religions. I’m put-off by organized religion because sometimes it feels as if it’s all about the money. During election times I’m much more vocal on my political beliefs. I’m not conservative; I believe in gay marriage/adoption, the right to choose, health care for everyone, etc.
20. Your views on drugs and alcohol
– I think Marijuana should probably be legalized and not because I use it regularly. I think drinking is fun occasionally and I get shitfaced about once a year. Alcohol can ruin your life, so moderation is the key. The things that drugs can do to a person’s life can be a tragedy.
21. (scenario) Your best friend is in a car accident and you two got into a fight an hour before. What do you do?
– Get to the hospital ASAP, think about the fight afterward. My best friends are my lifeline. They are with me when I’m down and neurotic and when I’m on top of the world. I don’t think there is much that would keep me from going to the hospital.