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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
3/29/2021

How often do you attend religious services?

33%
As often as possible

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67%
Rarely or never WINNER

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33%
As often as possible

9 Comments
Deborah Jennels
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Deborah Jennels

I enjoy the fellowship of a church home, and yes I know church is me, but I love study the word with others.

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Valarie Stauffer
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Valarie Stauffer

My spiritual life is important. If I turn my life to my God. I have less worry.

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D May
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D May

with the corona virus, it isn't possible. Otherwise i have a church I love to attend. I grow as a Christian and this strengthens my desire to live that everyday, not just on Sunday.

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hale1730
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hale1730

Not so much during COVID been doing church on ZOOM mostly.

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Jane
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Jane

I love it and would miss it. Sunday and mid-week.

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Connie Lowry
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Connie Lowry

Looking at our country and world does not suggest we are getting better, kinder, more selfless. Pride and self-interest permeate society.

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Karen Longeteig
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Karen Longeteig

Community experience, and it never hurts to have some time to reflect on the ways you think or do things. My church is non-creedal, non-judgemental, which is the only kind that would suit me.

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Becky Bright
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Becky Bright

It is what keeps me joyful so why wouldn't I?

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Mike Butkiewicz
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Mike Butkiewicz

I find that repetitious participation in religious services keeps me strong in my Catholic faith and better able to weather the challenges of each new day.

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67%
Rarely or never

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Matt Jones
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Matt Jones

Bad experiences when it comes to hypocrites and other judgmental people in religious places.

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

I'm not religious. I will go to a church for a wedding or a funeral, but religion is not part of my life.

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Lane Costilow
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Lane Costilow

I don't believe in the tooth fairy either.

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Carole Shepherd
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Carole Shepherd

Church people are hypocrites and are very judgmental. It's do as I say not do as I do.

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Blaine Derouen
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Blaine Derouen

I grew up with religion as a norm. Religions are very hypocritical. I go to weddings and funerals. I don't need a church or a priest to tell me how to worship GOD and Jesus Christ.

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michael rice
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michael rice

I'm a thoroughly rational person so church is somewhere I'd rather not be. But my mother is very elderly and very devout, so before COVID-19 I took to church her every week. Since then no church.

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Stephanie Sarnoff
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Stephanie Sarnoff

If its religious, I avoid it !

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Fozzie Bear
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Fozzie Bear

I am a rational thinker, therefore I do not waste hours dedicated to myth.

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Robin Cassidy RN
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Robin Cassidy RN

Unfortunately its either a wedding, funeral or baptism.

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Karen A White
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Karen A White

Religion is in your heart after you learn of it.

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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
12 months left

If you had the opportunity and the money, would you travel in space?

Yes

0

No

1

Yes

0 Comments
No one has commented yet

No

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linda tansey
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linda tansey

have no interest only interest is watchingprograms like star trek etc

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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
12 months left

Do you carry credit card balances?

Yes

1

No

8

Yes

1 Comment
Joyce Koch
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Joyce Koch

emergencies come up and I have no choice but to charge.

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No

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Lrac Snave
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Lrac Snave

I learned my lesson the hard way. I no longer have ANY carry-over credit balances. Zero debt.

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Maureen Hannon
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Maureen Hannon

I got rid of all our credit cards years ago. The interest is ridiculous! You end up paying a lot more in interest than the the cost of the items purchased!

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Margaret Meade
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Margaret Meade

If I don't have the money...I don't buy it. Interest rates are ridiculous!!

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Valerie Lantz
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Valerie Lantz

We pay off all charges each month.

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Jethro Born
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Jethro Born

Why buy more than I can pay for? The federal government does that, which causes inflation.

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

My credit card pays me, in the form of points. I do not want to pay my credit card company.

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

Have always kept a zero balance because I can

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