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Wednesday, 30 August 2006 23:09
I am living a celibate life. I am married but we live like brother and sister by choice and we are very happy this way.
L Graham
Wednesday, 30 August 2006 23:08
Many people consider a life of chastity to be weird, tough and unacheivable, especially for those who have already experienced a fulfilling sexual relationship. As a widower who was married for many years, I have gone from deprivation to a satisfaction beyond all belief. I am no longer intoxicated by the wine of sex, but filled with the Holy Spirit of God.
Keith Sanders
Wednesday, 30 August 2006 23:06
Asexuality is as taboo as is virginity in today's society which is obsessed with sexual promiscuity. Celibacy, for whatever reason, is to be honoured. Similarly, virginity demonstrates the basic preciousness of one's integrity - a spiritual specialness which one wishes to only give to one of the opposite sex with whom they are prepared to share everything for life.
Anthony Trevino
Wednesday, 30 August 2006 23:01
It sounds like this project could be a great support to those people who are not married and want to stay celibate outside of marriage - God's design is for sex to be enjoyed only in the context of marriage. As a single Christian I am passionate about people seeing that a life which does not involve sex is not onerous or impossible but something that is perfectly natural and liberating. I suppose it is the whole shift in mind that sex itself doesn't become a god (however much the media extols this fantasy) but is given its rightful context in the whole of creation.
Handel fan
Wednesday, 30 August 2006 18:23
Dear Celibrate, You may want to consider having George Frederick Handel on your site as a Celi-brity. He never married and there is no evidence to my knowledge of love affairs. He loved children and gave charity concerts for the Foundling Home in London. Handel, although born German, could speak six languages but chose to become English. He was a genuinely religious man and when he composed was said to go into a "trance". I believe his sexual passion was sublimated into his divine music. Many thanks and good luck with the site.
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