A friend of mine told me he is 'sorta' wiccan. He has a pantacle around his neck and says it is the same as a pentagram. I realize I am no genius and that I know absolutely nothing about Wicca but aren't these 2 things different. I mean they are similar but they don't even have the same meaning do they? From what I have seen they are really to different beliefs. Can anyone help me with this? I'm am just trying to understand my friend a little more.
Thank You.10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
My hands have shook since I was a teen. My fathers hands shake and now my youngest teen son has the same problem. It is not always bad some days it is not very noticable. Others days it can be quiet bothersome though. Sometimes eating will help the problem however I have normal blood sugars (as my hubby is diabetic and I can check from time to time). Anything that gets me upset will make the shaking far worse. Mainly if I am nervous or angry (which does not happen often thankfully) My blood pressure is always on the lower side of normal.
Any ideas?10 AnswersOther - General Health Care1 decade ago
There was a man standing on the corner watching a funeral procession go by. Another man saw what was happening and approached the man and asked who died. The man replied.....
Brothers and sisters
I have none.
But that mans father
Is my fathers son.
Who is the man in the casket?17 AnswersJokes & Riddles1 decade ago
OK....I am not looking for your typical answers on this. It does not have to relate to religion at all. We will assume that you are thankful for your faith or lack of and that you are thankful for your family. Beyond that what do you have in your life to be thankful for. Please list 3 things. I am just curious as to what others here are thankful for.
I am thankful for (other than the obvious faith and family answers)
1) My health
2) The freedom and ability to be an independant thinker
3) Diversity.......I could not imagine living in a "cookie cutter" kind of world where every one does (or has to) think and act the same.
It is the diversity that makes life interesting.13 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago