Jump to content
  • Welcome to the TransPulse Forums!

    We offer a safe, inclusive community for transgender and gender non-conforming folks, as well as their loved ones, to find support and information.  Join today!

Divine Providence


Guest lisa49

Recommended Posts

Guest Cyndysub

Reality exists even without human perception of it. Human technology has finally advanced enough for us to start perceiving and learning about the universe. Science has estimated that there is 170 billion Galaxies in our (Well not only ours) universe. To postulate that all of this was created by a deity or single entity is simply a perversion of logic and is totally ludicrous at best. Kids are told fairy tales in their youth and IMHO some of them never seem able to escape the fantasy world. There have been published studies on this. There is more than enough published studies done on human social interactions and belief systems. I think that people will create versions of reality that defends their beliefs inspite of scientific evidence to the contrary. I sure the bible thumpers will try to pick this apart but I really don't care because their brains are theirs to do however as they please. The main problem is that the religionists like to inflict their ideas of morality on everyone and that is where I have a big problem with them.

Link to comment

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
  • Who's Online   5 Members, 0 Anonymous, 43 Guests (See full list)

    • Delcina B
    • Carolyn Marie
    • Jaycie
    • Jandi
    • WillowA113
  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
  • Forum Statistics

    • Total Topics
      76.7k
    • Total Posts
      719.8k
  • Member Statistics

    • Total Members
      9,600
    • Most Online
      8,356

    CDSophie62
    Newest Member
    CDSophie62
    Joined
  • Today's Birthdays

    1. Arielle787
      Arielle787
      (18 years old)
    2. chaoticgoodgm
      chaoticgoodgm
      (29 years old)
    3. Julie pg
      Julie pg
    4. kittehismeow
      kittehismeow
      (22 years old)
    5. Scottlyn
      Scottlyn
      (43 years old)
  • Posts

    • Carolyn Marie
      IDK, Sakura.  I never liked it when I was on interview boards if an applicant gave too much personal info.  You'd be amazed at the stuff people would admit ("cop") to without needing to do so.   I think a good approach is to provide whatever info you do have, verbally if you have to, and tell them you're trying to get documentation, but that there are personal reasons it may be difficult.  Give them whatever you can give them, like the names of at least a couple of prior employers.  If your memory is such that you can't do that, I'm not sure how many employers are going to accept that an applicant simply can't recall their work history, without medical proof.  Again, U.S. laws prohibit them from asking about your medical history.   I am not expert enough on these issues that offer better advice than that.  You need to consult with employment experts, who may have better solutions.   Carolyn Marie
    • SheenaT
      Need to check this out.
    • SheenaT
    • SheenaT
    • SheenaT
    • SheenaT
    • Heather Shay
      AMEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    • Sakura Sunset
      There is some really helpful information to unpackage there. I think I'm going to try building my cv again from scratch and see how much information I have, then look into what resources are available in my area (if any).   Thank you both so much.   May I follow up with a few more questions, if you don't mind?   Do you believe it would be plausible to start a fresh cv citing that I have prior employment history within x line of work, that I'm not able to reveal due to a former abuser?  Obviously not an approach I want to use, but a significant chunk of my work history and certifications are out of my reach.   What would be the best way to go about explaining a seemingly late start in employment history if I went to an employer over here on a trial or volunteer basis to get experience to start my cv fresh, deliberately omiting my prior employment history and qualifications?   (sorry this seems a little vague but part of my former employment is very identifying, despite not being able to recall the employer well)
    • Hannah Renee
      @SheenaTHave you thought about perhaps a necklace that would hide well enough under your shirts, or perhaps a skin-toned polish on your toenails? I did that for a while before my wife and I separated.
    • Hannah Renee
      I quite imagine they would suit you well. Go for it.
    • Hannah Renee
      Used to be, I only saw shades of black, gray, tan, some red. Since realizing who I really am, I've discovered so many new colors, I need my daughter's help figuring out what goes with what. Never paid purple any mind, except when my older daughter wanted that for her bedroom walls. Now I'm sitting here wearing a lavender skirt. Heavenly.
    • Jaycie
      They're the best!!! The way they're cut is just so affirming!!!  
    • SheenaT
    • Hannah Renee
      Tears of joy for you.
    • SheenaT
      Need to try womens jeans.😊
  • Upcoming Events

Contact TransPulse

TransPulse can be contacted in the following ways:

Email: Click Here.

To report an error on this page.

Legal

Your use of this site is subject to the following rules and policies, whether you have read them or not.

Terms of Use
Privacy Policy
DMCA Policy
Community Rules

Hosting

Upstream hosting for TransPulse provided by QnEZ.

Sponsorship

Special consideration for TransPulse is kindly provided by The Breast Form Store.
×
×
  • Create New...