When I was 12, God hindered my ability to concentrate, and when “he” eventually revealed my status to me, there wasn’t much Torah reading in the coming years.
I’m not really certain I would have been a rabbi, although it’s always a great thing to teach others. I might have been secular – reform, with probable belief in some type of supernatural existence, maybe God. The reason for that is because I’m kind of a seeker type of person, looking for answers in varying realms.
And, I encourage others to open their minds as well. “Are you sure your belief is correct?” Exactly. Well, I could be wrong, however God is playing me for no reason at all.
Anyway, well if I weren’t the King, I possibly would have wanted to write fiction. Play poker? Although, God told me to practice it. So, I don’t know what I would have done. Analyze Pop-Tarts? I think I’m okay in helping improving food and drink flavouring. I’m not really a chef however, yet maybe I will take a nutrition and chemistry class. Further discussing eternal education here.
I want to add that being the King Messiah is not really a rabbi. There’s no religion in the coming of days anyway, so no Judaism. My role is just to help out.
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History is fascinating and as an atheist and an antitheist I find it is a wonderful and fascinating topic
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