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  • Stephen, 42 from Geneva, CH
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    42, Geneva, CH
    I am passionate about tennis when it comes to active sports. More important, I am in search of strenghtening my Christian faith through my everyday activity be it at work, with friends or during biblical meetings at church. I am also a catechism teacher and have been doing it for the past 8 or so years.
  • Sunday, 38 from Halifax, CA
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    38, Halifax, CA
    I am a very down to earth person and make real efforts to improve myself. I love dialectics and I am passionate about international politics. I like watching movies, listening to international news, reading etc
  • Baba, 39 from Colchester, CA
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    39, Colchester, CA
    I am a cool man and very romantic. I enjoy being treated well. I treat people well too. I have been a cool guy all my life and I don't have troubles with people. My woman must be a very cool woman and be caring, loving and romantic. In this life, many men and woman have destroyed the original purpose of togetherness
  • Francis, 32 from Strathfield, AU
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    32, Strathfield, AU
    Being brought up in a catholic family, i want to make sure i find a good catholic woman so our kids also get raised the catholic way. I think its important to be with someone that has a common religious background as you. I am a very fun person to be with, very loyal, very focused on the important things in life. I do have the talent to sing and i do record music from time to time so u will surely hear me singing alot of times. I am gentle and kind hearted. All i need is a loyal woman that i can grow with in every aspect of life. Just say hi to me....and who knows what could happen.
  • Onu, 25 from Canada Bay, AU
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    25, Canada Bay, AU
    i am not passionate about anything and look forward to God...dwelling on it separates close friends" (Proverbs 17:9 NLT, second edition). Let's just admit it: When you have some crazy-maker in your life, and she's (or he's) just done the craziest thing again, it's almost impossible not to get in the car, pull out your phone, and call somebody and say, "You won't believe what she (or he) just did!" In fact, you may even be texting as she's (or he's) doing it! That's what we do with crazy-makers. We want to tell somebody else. We want affirmation from somebody else. It's the most difficult thing in the world to let go of it. It may feel good when we call someone to spread the word about the crazy-maker's craziness, but it's also unloving. The Bible says to forgive even your enemies. Proverbs 17:9 says, "Love prospers when a fault is forgiven, but dwelling on it separates close friends" (NLT, second edition). What is gossip? It's sharing information with somebody who is not part of the problem or the solution. That person might not have had anything to do with the situation, but you bring her into it so you can feel better about yourself. Gossip, in its essence, is a form of retaliation. You're getting back at someone without talking to her. Instead, you're talking about her behind her back. Gossip is incredibly destructive. It is destructive to churches, families, and businesses. It is destructive to your life. It tears you up. It separates the closest of friends. The worst thing about gossip is that the crazy-maker wins! All of a sudden, that person is controlling your conversation. She's controlling your emotions. Your whole day is about gossiping about her instead of talking about some great thing that's happening in your life. Don't let that person win! Don't let the crazy-maker win by choosing gossip. The Bible says in 1 Peter 3:9, "Do not do wrong to repay a wrong, and do not insult to repay an insult. But repay with a blessing, because you yourselves were called to do this so that you might receive a blessing" (NCV)