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About xdementorsxkiss

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  1. drkpp, can you please help me translate my name: jenna ? thank you!
  2. Hello! I want to make sure I am saying "Vaishnava" right. What is the correct pronounciation? Thank you!
  3. Can someone please help me translate: Jenna ? Thank you so much
  4. Yeup. There was a girl there who was also a Bodhisattva. It was a real nice place. I used to never see devotees anywhere. Now I see them all the time!
  5. Today I went by this one tattoo and piercing place that I have been before (to pierce my ears) and they weren't doing piercing today. so today I thought i would go by the Sherman Oaks (in California) Galleria, where I don't usually go, but I decided to go anyway. On the way there, I noticed ANOTHER tattoo and piercing place. So I thought, "Ooh it's my lucky Day!" and I came in. ONE OF THE WORKERS THERE IS A DEVOTEE. Lord Krishna helps us in strange ways if we worship Him! What are the chances???? By the way, I got my nose pierced (I'm married, see) and it made me very happy to go to a devotee!
  6. I completely agree with JLdd. Guest - I too, have the same feelings. My husband is Jewish, and before we were married I promised him that one day we will raise our children Jewish. I will never break that promise. We also believe that if she one day says, "I don't want to be Jewish, I want to be something else," we will stand by her and love her no matter what. I really don't know what else to tell you that JLdd hasn't already said. But I do feel the same way as you do, sometimes. If you ever want to talk about it, please. It'll be my pleasure. my email is: jenna@harekrishnatemple.com or xdementorsxkiss@. and my aim, and msn screennames are xdementorsxkiss. Please feel free to contact me, if you ever want to. -Jenna
  7. I forgot to add that also, the place we are going to for my birthday has a DEVOTEE shop, and most likely I will buy something for my altar, or something religious. Most likely.
  8. Tuesday, May 16th is my birthday. My parents got me and my husband tickets for a fundraiser for autism reasearch. That is my present. It is a donation. My Grandmother said she will give me money so I can buy worship items/books/things I might need religious-wise. My sister asked what she can do for me. I told her, what would be very nice, is if we go out together, to just spend time. I said, "maybe we can see a movie, or have dinner. You can pay for me, and that will be my present." Saturday, May 20, myself, my husband, and 3 friends of ours are going to a place where we live, with music and fun, and also, devotees go every Saturday night to chant! So my husband said that if I see something that I might like there (it has shops too), then he will buy it for me. (Well we share the money, so in some way I'm buying it for myself too, lol). I don't want to be materialistic. I'm really scared that sometimes I might spend money on an item. Most of the time, I only buy things like food, clothes for my daughter when she needs them, shampoo, other things like that. Only things we NEED. What exactly is it meant by "materialism"? Is it okay to sometimes buy something that I might WANT, or is that no good? I hardly ever buy anything that I WANT rather than need, but since it is my birthday next week, I thought.. maybe it's okay? By no means am I greedy, I'm actually quite generous. (I think so?) Should I be worried, or is this okay?
  9. Okay, thanks I waited until I got up this morning (much much after sunrise), so I'll just do that from now on, to be safe Thanks again!
  10. 1. Today I ate a candy that is not chocolate, but tastes just like chocolate (fake chocolate). It had no caffeine. Is this okay? Do we not eat chocolate only for the caffeine, or for the taste as well? And if it's only for the caffeine, can we eat chocolate if it has no caffeine? 2. Onions. Is it the taste of the onion that we're not supposed to have, or is it the onion itself, whether you can taste it or not? There are some foods/dishes/recipes where onion is involved (you can take it out of course), but you can NOT taste it. Is this okay, or should I just ignore it regardless? 3. Bathing. I follow the bathing rules, what is recommended, but I do have a question. I have a 21 month old daughter. She is turning 2 years old in July. After she has a stool, should I wash her first, or me first? Do I have to wash myself after I change her stool diaper? Also, when I am out, and for example if I am an HOUR (or more) away from my home, and I pass a stool while I am out, what should I do? Should I go home right away and shower, or should I wait until I am done with my errands? How long is it okay to wait until I shower? I am going to a wedding in Canada in early July. While I am at the wedding, if it is during the ceremony or the party, and I pass a stool, the same thing I ask: Is it okay to wait to shower until after everything's finished, or shower right away? This wedding is for my first cousin (my father's nephew), and it is very important for me to be there, to be ever-present. What can I do? Thanks! -Jenna
  11. When is it okay to end the fast? At midnight, or when you wake in the morning? Thanks! (I ask because it is past midnight here and I'm hungry! LOL -Jenna
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