Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical

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"And it's a thin line between pleasing yourself and pleasing somebody else"

Rebecca is almost certainly not coming back in the fall, and her parents won’t ship everything back to California, so i’m taking her lamp (and lightbulbs), wastebasket, dry-erase board/corkboard, regular corkboard, a vase, and some other random stuff. Yay for not having to spend any money for my room next year (if i can take one of the fans from the basement at home).

Talked to NHS ‘01er #4 this morning. Only a few more left whom i actually have any interest in staying in touch with.

The Concerned Students & Alums of All Colors: An Online Forum on Diversity at Smith website is now up.

On Belief-O-Matic my mom got:

1. Liberal Quakers (100%)
2. Unitarian Universalism (97%)
3. Reform Judaism (88%)
4. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (86%)
5. Neo-Pagan (73%)

Wow, my mom is more pagan than i am.

which children's storybook character are you?

this quiz was made by colleen

(I got Winnie the Pooh last time i took this. Interesting.)

I'm The Listener!

Which Royalty Are You? Find out! By Nishi.

You are a Maiden!
Content, Loving, Peaceful!
You wish to live your life however you see it.
Your cares are worldly and you wish to help others.

While you may respect hierachies such as that of royalty, you don't want to be tied down or bound to class-systems or any thing that would restrict you from what you love to do. You live a contented life as you have most everything you require and that which you don't, you are content with the knowledge that you will receive it one day. You are peaceful and have a desire to help others and to do the right thing. You would love to help starving communities or help just one person in trouble. You are truly a beautiful human being.

(And if i were a man i would be king.)
Tags: religion, self: quizzes/memes

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