Why I Am Not a Pagan, but a ‘Nativity’ of Christ
I don’t have a clue how this is supposed to be about me.
I’m not a Pagan.
I am a “Nativity”.
This is not a holiday.
This is a celebration of the birth of Christ.
It is a pagan celebration.
I have not read anything about this that says “Christian”, and I am not a Christian.
I do not believe in any particular Christian god.
I have not even read any scriptures, and so I am really not sure what it is about this, or what its meaning, that is so important.
I don ‘t know.
And so I have chosen to live in this world as a Nativity, which is not my intention.
This was an experience for me that I had to live out, and it is not something I will ever want to do again.
I’m a person who has not yet come to terms with being a Pagan and being a Christian in this modern world.
It’s not something that I have ever really felt comfortable with.
I haven’t felt that I am doing a good job of being a person, a person that has come to understand that there are two ways of being.
The one is to be a Pagan in the sense that you’re a person of faith and the other is to have a relationship with God, or to be in a Christian relationship with a Christian God.
I was really uncomfortable with that.
It was an uncomfortable experience.
But I’m very glad that I’m now a Pagan because I am trying to be something more than that.
And the other thing is that I was very happy that my family, which was very supportive of me, was also able to come out and say “Yes, we do understand this is a Christian celebration”.
And I’m glad that my parents, who are also Christians, have been able to support me in that, because they do understand that the idea of “Nibbleness” is not really a Christian thing.
That is something that we have to find our own way of doing it.
It is an important part of my identity that I think is very much about my personal relationship with Jesus, and that I don’ t think that we can separate that from my religious identity.
It doesn’t mean that we shouldn’ t have a connection with him, or that we should ‘ve got to keep our faith’.
It’s about finding that relationship, and finding that path that works for us, not just for our own personal life.
I think that I’ve come to a place in my life where I am no longer afraid to be an atheist, and I feel very happy to be that person.
I think it is a wonderful thing that I can live out a life that is a good, healthy, fulfilling life for me, and to be part of something that is very positive and beautiful.
That’s something that will be really, really helpful for me.