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  • I have to be honest about something.

    I'm realizing I don't really want to run a social media site at this point, where people are going to post videos, memes, stuff that is just distracting, annoying, or whatever.

    I'm moving my writing to https://questiontruth.substack.com to simplify things. Once I finish the work, this website will redirect there and I'll send an email announcement so the few members can be informed of new articles.

    Folks will still be able to comment on my posts without creating new posts within them. This will allow me to concentrate on what I write and still be able to respond to comments.
    I have to be honest about something. I'm realizing I don't really want to run a social media site at this point, where people are going to post videos, memes, stuff that is just distracting, annoying, or whatever. I'm moving my writing to https://questiontruth.substack.com to simplify things. Once I finish the work, this website will redirect there and I'll send an email announcement so the few members can be informed of new articles. Folks will still be able to comment on my posts without creating new posts within them. This will allow me to concentrate on what I write and still be able to respond to comments.
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  • I've decided to rename this website "Question Truth!". There is such vitriol when questioning people's notion of various truths, especially biblical truth (but I'll be moving on to other topics too such as climate change, vaccines, politics, health and diet, etc.)

    I'm moving on from community building due to lack of participation and to more of an (anonymous now!) private blog article repository with social media features for those who want to comment and discuss on my observations.
    I've decided to rename this website "Question Truth!". There is such vitriol when questioning people's notion of various truths, especially biblical truth (but I'll be moving on to other topics too such as climate change, vaccines, politics, health and diet, etc.) I'm moving on from community building due to lack of participation and to more of an (anonymous now!) private blog article repository with social media features for those who want to comment and discuss on my observations.
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  • It has been quite some time since anything has been posted here. I've basically arrived at my conclusions about Israelite/Samaritan faith, (although I reserve the ability to change as new information becomes available.)

    Now it's important for me to focus on my business in these trying times, and because nobody really expresses much interest in an actual community, I'm thinking about reworking this website.

    If you care about community, I'm open for dialog. I'd prefer to see a flourishing neo-Samaritan community, but I can't do everything myself.

    If I don't hear enough interest in community, it's not as if I'll shut this site down. I might just tweak it in a few ways:

    1. Rename it as a personal site with blogs articles that exist now, and more content about my own personal view on things like Technology, Politics & Encroaching Tyranny, Vaccines/Big Pharma (Anti).

    2. Any membership interest would be welcome at the point (no longer simply neo-Samaritan folk but anyone who wants to comment on blog articles, etc.)

    That's what I'm thinking over currently at least! Let me know if you have any thoughts.
    It has been quite some time since anything has been posted here. I've basically arrived at my conclusions about Israelite/Samaritan faith, (although I reserve the ability to change as new information becomes available.) Now it's important for me to focus on my business in these trying times, and because nobody really expresses much interest in an actual community, I'm thinking about reworking this website. If you care about community, I'm open for dialog. I'd prefer to see a flourishing neo-Samaritan community, but I can't do everything myself. If I don't hear enough interest in community, it's not as if I'll shut this site down. I might just tweak it in a few ways: 1. Rename it as a personal site with blogs articles that exist now, and more content about my own personal view on things like Technology, Politics & Encroaching Tyranny, Vaccines/Big Pharma (Anti). 2. Any membership interest would be welcome at the point (no longer simply neo-Samaritan folk but anyone who wants to comment on blog articles, etc.) That's what I'm thinking over currently at least! Let me know if you have any thoughts.
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  • Does anyone have any special plans for Pasach, and Chag Ha Matzot!?
    Does anyone have any special plans for Pasach, and Chag Ha Matzot!?
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  • Shalom! What happens if someone is forced to break the Commandments? For example, if someone has to work on Friday or Saturday, is forced to eat non-kosher food, etc.
    I'm talking about extreme cases, in which there's no way out of this; yet, someone wants to observe the Torah of Moosheh (PBUH). Is there some form of dispensation? Can someone perform a certain prayer to exempt them? Does Shehmaa forgive them?
    I'm not talking about wilful disobedience. I'm talking about someone who can't physically follow the Torah because of a temporary, unintentional and forced situation?
    Shalom! What happens if someone is forced to break the Commandments? For example, if someone has to work on Friday or Saturday, is forced to eat non-kosher food, etc. I'm talking about extreme cases, in which there's no way out of this; yet, someone wants to observe the Torah of Moosheh (PBUH). Is there some form of dispensation? Can someone perform a certain prayer to exempt them? Does Shehmaa forgive them? I'm not talking about wilful disobedience. I'm talking about someone who can't physically follow the Torah because of a temporary, unintentional and forced situation?
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