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God is real by JonoLucerne God is real by JonoLucerne
Okay here is a stamp to support my faith because I've seen so many atheist stamps that I decided that +1 Chrsitian stamp may help other Christians out there.
This is what I believe and I don't mean to offend anyone by this (I'm not sure how but when it comes to religion people normaly find a way).

2011 - Edit: For Atheists who are inflamed by this stamp (I know you're out there) I made this ages ago and I don't really feel the same resentment as I did when I made this.
I'm keeping it up mostly for the people who really love this stamp (theres a few of them) and also for the conversations I make in the comments. I learned from this stamp and if I had to go back and change it I might've (maybe "God is real,TO ME, whether YOU believe in Him or not.") but it gets people's attention so I'm keeping it as is.

2012 - Edit: Okay so I recently heard someone compare being told that God exists to being told you have cancer so I just want to get something straight: this stamp is not saying "Your going to Hell whether you like it or not". For a lot of people, when they realise that God does exist, it is a moment of peace. EVERYONE has sinned and technically deserve hell but the fact that God has forgiven everyone for everything is good news not bad news.
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FluffyCockatrice Featured By Owner 2 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
then why doesnt he answer my pleas or fix our fucked up world?
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Pixxi-Chan Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2016  Student Digital Artist
I love this stamp

The people who tell me I'm too young to choose what I believe in are the same people that think it's ok for middle schoolers to choose what their sexual orientation is.

Its just frustrating tbh
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KaiCube Featured By Owner Edited Dec 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I dont really thing god is that wonderful, and loving being, but i respect people's opinions.
I mean, people go through diseases, starvation, etc... if he really loved us, would he just stand and watch us die like that?
if this is a punishment of some kind, what the hell did we do to deserve this?
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Pixxi-Chan Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2016  Student Digital Artist
He is a wonderful and loving being, I should just point it out.

It's because of the original sin. I respect your opinion though.
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KaiCube Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I respect yours as well 😊
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Pixxi-Chan Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2016  Student Digital Artist
^^
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persiancat111 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Give me proof other then a book.
You make me cringe so fucking hard.
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DarkFearZZ Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Your brain is the proff ^^
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mordetwiis666 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2016
FUCKING LOGIC!
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persiancat111 Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
Hey, I never said that this "God" wasn't real. I'm just a little skeptical.
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spooqi-strawberry Featured By Owner Oct 30, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
First things first: where is the proof? 
A book, that's it?
Second, if he really exists, why doesn't he stop the evil going on here?
He can't? Then he isn't that powerful.
He doesn't want to? Then why do we call him "Lord and Saviour"? 
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IcySouls Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2016  Professional Writer
Well actually Its a book full of prophecy's  which are being full filled now
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GoliathDoesFlash66 Featured By Owner Edited Oct 14, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Basically the comments section here-


- PROVE IT!11111

- GAWD ISH RAEL!?!?<1.,1./2,1/23,1/23 

- Long-ass comments



Personally, I'm a Christian and I have to say dis comments section is more jammed and squished then the grocery line on Black Friday.

But I love you all, anywhoo.
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Edited Oct 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
{WARNING: THIS IS FROM WHAT I'V SEEN}

Comments: PROVE IT!!!!!!!!!>:( AIAUHFOANEGOAGB FU!!! LIER

Christens: Look all around you, he is everywhere and sees all! He created nature and life itself! I love him for that!

Comments: ... GOD IS A FUKIN STALKER-SANTA CREEPHEAD ****** AND SUCKS MY DI*K
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Comments: FU! JESUS CAN SUCK MY ****!!!! IMO CAN IS AN ASSHOLE!1111BLAAA I AM ON A CHRISTEN STAMP WASTING MY LIFE!!!!11 F U!!!111

Christen: If you don't like it, leave! No one is making you stay! Kay?


Comments: ... I CAN DO WHATEVUR I WANT F U FU FUFUFUFUFUFUFU >:(
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Comments: Let me prove how wrong you are in a civil way: LONG COMMENT

Christen: Everyone has their own opinion, it's kk if you don't agree!


Comments: O_O You did not- you did NOT JUST! O MY GOSH!: LONG COMMENT
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In short: Go away if you are going to disagree with this stamp.
And if you are typing to disagree, then you are one of the above. Pick your choice.
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wakaflockaflame1 Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I wonder who sounds crazy now.....believers...orrrrrrrr........*cough*
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GoliathDoesFlash66 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Lol True Dat. like what I said, I'm a Christian and I think this comments section is way too f**ked up.
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A-fucking-men, 83
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GoliathDoesFlash66 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
I swear, people get their panties in a fucking twist over almost anything, even something as simple as a stamp.
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ikr? They try to act all "civil" in bashing peoples faith/beliefs! It's like:
Fuck that dude! Wanna be mature? RESPECT OPINIONS!
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GoliathDoesFlash66 Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Yeah!
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dragonart116 Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You probably should have disabled comments
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ceIestials Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
prove it lmao
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SilvergoatmoonxX Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
Prove it.
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BenUnDrownd Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2015
If god is real then why do you have faith and belive?
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cause he is real? XD
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BenUnDrownd Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015
Then why do you need faith? Faith is just belive without evidence
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
We believe in him cause we trust he is real. Not only that, he slowly reveals himself in wonderful ways! ;)
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BenUnDrownd Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015
Well me and miljoens of others are still waiting. Plus how are you sure that your god is THE god, there are like miljoens of gods
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Edited Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Cause I have faith that he is the real God. :3
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BenUnDrownd Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015
How is that more falid then an hindou saying that his gods are real becease he "Has faith in his gods"
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Smiley-Ink Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I never said it was.
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commander-rolex Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2015
God is not real whether you believe in him or not
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nobodyofdistinction Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2015
The problem is this isn't a statement of your belief, it's a statement to me that I'm wrong. Not that you THINK I'm wrong. But that I AM wrong. THAT'S what's wrong with it. I could just as well come back at you with "your imaginary friend is not real, whether the voices in your head are convincing or not" or "your religion will die when the last of its followers die without successors, whether god is real or not", or "Zeus is the cause of lightning, whether you believe it's caused by flowing electrons or not". By comparison your "god doesn't care what kind of chicken you eat", that I don't have a problem with. Not as bad as you telling me what I believe, putting words in my mouth, but it's way up there.
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PineApple-Hut Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm not offended at all and I'm an atheist I am a dummy! 
I don't entirely agree but whatever.
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GoliathDoesFlash66 Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Wait, quick nice question...


Why are there such big walls of text below my comment?
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PineApple-Hut Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't know ? xD
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GoliathDoesFlash66 Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
I bet someone's practicing for a public speech down thar lol
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nobodyofdistinction Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2015
I found that to be very interesting. You described me to a T in the first half of that first paragraph. Except for that first sentence (I say this because I have yet to hear any advice from any gods. Only what other people here on Earth claim such entities are saying, people who arrogantly appoint themselves as such entities' representatives, apparently - if this being is capable of communicating with me, it has thusfar failed utterly). I like that, that hell is a state of mind here on Earth, of any individual's own construction, not a real place and not any sort of afterlife, as a flip side to that whole "to find the kingdom of heaven look within" thing. It sounds like a lesson one might take away from an episode of Star Trek. But then you go and twist it and maintain that "god loves me". My hell being self-imposed here on Earth doesn't change the fact that if this god character loved me, and had any power, it wouldn't allow me to suffer. The usual excuse for explaining this is that god wants to preserve my free will. Which also doesn't exist. But supposing that it did, if I loved someone, I wouldn't allow that someone to suffer, and I wouldn't give a damn about interfering with that someone's free will. Besides, that someone would be perfectly free to struggle in my arms while I helped and try to refuse my help, so even then, that wouldn't be interfering with free will. That's why I know that either I'm alone in an empty universe, or if there's some sort of creature of great power out there who either is pulling all the strings or is currently passive but has the power to pull all the strings on a whim, that such a creature does not love me. If that creature is really out there and is what theists say it is, it would know exactly what to do to "save" me. And that's the problem. It ain't doin' it. Just as epicurus said. If god can't help me, if I have to help myself, then it has no power, and why call it god? If it's all in my hands, then god might as well not exist since it has no effect on anything anyway. If it's powerful, however, then all my suffering should be so easy for it to fix. It could even fix them without revealing itself to me. But it doesn't. Things only get worse, if by the direction of a divine hand or not. If anything, it sure as hell looks like if it's NOT all random chance, then I'm the victim of some sort of malevolent deity, coincidences always arise to make things work out the worst way possible, without reprieve, 99 times out of 100 I'll lose what should be a chance that's 60-40 in my favor. This loving god could easily give me a taste of success. Of happiness. Throw me a break. Occasionally. I'd LOVE for some deity to come along and save me. But I'm not going to believe in someone else's imaginary friend and trust their authority on the matter that they exist. That's wishful thinking, I'm not going to believe in something because "wouldn't it be nice if it was true", just like I'm not going to believe I'm Elvis, even though that belief might give me great comfort, to believe that millions of people the world over love me and that my legacy will probably live on for thousands of years. If you say this being has thrown me a lifeline several times and I have refused it, then I say this being has been quite incompetent at throwing lifelines, it should know the right way to throw it.
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ramen-hunt3r Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
My point is to live through your heart, not your mind. If you make your mind the centre of your being, you will accumulate stress, tension, worry, fear, frustration. Put that over a 3 year span, 5 year span, 10 year span. What happens as these things accumulate? Where do they go? Will there be a storm in your mind with information and memories flying everything in the world of your mind? Working 9-5 five days a week and having no time or energy for anything else. Being stressed out by your people as you step inside the house. You want to have some rest but their will be nagging here and there by family and friends. You have so many dreams that you want to achieve but you will live you are going nowhere. You have tried so hard but it doesn't seem to work. You find out that you have an illness and the doctors tell you that it is INCURABLE. You start to lose weight, lose your vision, lose your friends, lose your love. Will you think that you can not live with yourself no longer? That has been my experience and if I were to describe those dark times I've been through I would say HELL

If you allow your heart to be the centre of your being, you will once again be able to live life with love, compassion, understanding, joy, peace. Stop complaining about how others are, how they have treated you and start treating YOURSELF right. If you like to eat raw salmon then EAT it even though ignorant people say you are going to get diarhoea or some shit. What do they know? And then there are people who say eating avocado is bad because there is fat in it. Well I believe that avocado is healthy, but I have let others talk me out of it. I have let others talk me out of doing what I love. I did not embrace the ones I love because I was afraid of judgement. I hung out with people who only used me but when I needed help they WERE NOT THERE. I was left on the ground with nobody who understands how I feel, and they just stood from afar and laughed.

Well I am grateful that I have gone past that now.

Love yourself before you try to give love to people who abuses it.
Do what you love regardless of what haters may think. Watch whatever TV show you enjoy whenever you like. Don't let people tell you that you should not be watching something that YOU enjoy because you are all grown up now and need to start behaving like a grown up. They are only criticizing you because they have their own problems that they don't want to admit.

~peace
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nobodyofdistinction Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2015
You reminded me of what a certain internet semi-celebrity (captain disillusion) has as his catchphrase, "love with your heart and use your head for everything else". I'm not a fan of deep metaphors like that myself, after all no matter what I do, I'm going to be using my brain to think, whether I'd like to think I am thinking with my heart or not. But I think what you are saying is two things. One is that you have to be willing to take risks and not worry about the consequences at times because the worry you will experience over all the consequences combined will be much worse than the actual loss you will probably experience from the risks that you lose combined, or the fun that you miss out on will be more than the sum total of the bad consequences. The other thing you seem to be saying is to have your own happiness as a priority, not to just be completely selfless, because you matter as well and it's not really selfish or a bad thing to value your own happiness as well.

Oddly enough, this is basically the same thing that most of those atheist billboards say, which are things like "god probably doesn't exist, but stop worrying about what you can't do anything about and try to enjoy your life", while religions are all about telling you how to think and what to do and which tv shows you're allowed to like or what foods you're allowed to like and such. I wonder what you think about that.
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ramen-hunt3r Featured By Owner Edited Sep 8, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I think that everybody should have free will on how they choose to live whether it be with a religious support or the path where you choose to discover the world by yourself as an atheist. Whichever path works for you. No body should be ridiculed or forced to do things that go against their own values. In today's world, many people are attacked, harmed and hospitalized on the basis of having different beliefs and different lifestyles. This is not good. 

However please note that while brain power is highly valued in today's society, it also needs a rest sometimes. Many people suffer from depression and mental illness today because of an imbalance. They are always trying to figure out things in their head, the answer may be right before them but they are not aware of their surroundings. Balance is key. Depression is a very terrifying experience, you would not know unless you have experienced it
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nobodyofdistinction Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2015
Ahhh, but all too often their own beliefs are harmful in ways that they can't even themselves understand. And if they are never criticized for their own beliefs, they will
continue thinking it is acceptable to attack and harm others because
that's what their beliefs tell THEM to do. Such as the parents who choose "prayer" over "medicine" when often something as simple as antibiotics could keep their kids from dying. Nothing fails like prayer. Whether there's a god or not, no one can deny that praying to god never does things like giving back amputees their lost limbs. Funny how the only time it ever is the case that the thing being prayed for comes true, is when it's something that was possible to happen on its own anyway, like cancer going into remission for instance. It's almost as if, if there's any god that does answer prayer, he's going to great effort to make rational people think he's not there. Or the LARGE number of Muslims who think everyone who doesn't like their violence should be murdered. It's all fine and dandy to say in THEORY that someone should be not criticized for their beliefs and choices, but what if THEIR beliefs TELL them to do just that to others, should they still be protected when their beliefs are that everyone else deserves no protection? Bad beliefs can do actual, tangible harm, because it causes people to make decisions based on invalid reasons. Sometimes different beliefs and the resultant lifestyles DO deserve criticism. Especially since a very common contention among religious individuals (obviously you are not among them) is the belief that they have the right to oppress others in various ways, and being denied this right is oppression on them. From denying (or trying to deny) marriage status to gay people because they don't understand separation of church and state (SACRED marriage is between you and your church, and you have the religious freedom for that to be whatever you want, it can be the sacred union between a man and his toaster oven if you and your church wants that to be your definition of marriage, but SECULAR marriage is between you and the government, and it's nothing more than a tax subsidy on having a roommate if one of them stays at home and does the work and the other goes out and makes money, and being allowed hospital visitation rights, neither of which has anything to do with what anyone's church has any business legislating nor anything to do with gender), to trying to teach Christian creationism in science class in public schools, to murdering someone for drawing a picture of Muhammad, these people are so used to getting their way oppressing others since they have a historical precedent of being allowed to do so, that when they're finally denied it, they actually think they're being oppressed.

Depression? Where did that come from? If you want to know if I understand depression, I invite you to read my story "Hard of Hearing Genie" on my profile.
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ramen-hunt3r Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks mate, very informative. You know a lot; what is an action that you suggest that we should take to save humanity from it's own insanity?
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nobodyofdistinction Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2015
That's simple enough. If you really want to "save" humanity, whatever that means. 3 things. One, the next generation needs to be educated not just in science but most important in the methodology of science and logic, to be made aware of the defects of the human mind to be deceived into making faulty conclusions and the formulae these faulty conclusions take in order to sneak in (arguments from ignorance, confirmation bias, false dichotomies, etc.), whether they or their parents like it or not. It's time to get out of the 16th century. These people vote, after all. If they didn't, we wouldn't have such horrible politicians in power making bad decisions either. There really is a battle going on between science and not merely religion but an even broader ideology which is to deny and undermine the very methodology of science. For instance those who deny the reality of global warming, or those who insist that giving their kids inoculations against deadly diseases will give them autism.

The second thing is to keep certain kinds of people away from having power. The people who historically have always had the power. The greedy sociopaths who step on others to get to the top. The ones who become the dictators. The ones who yearn for power. Those who most want it are the ones who most must be kept away from it because they are the least qualified to wield it once they get it. But those who would do the most good in such a role, for some reason, never seem to yearn for it. This is why I wish Bill Gates would run for president. There wouldn't be any financial problems if he was in charge. He'd be a hero of both the republicans and the democrats, as both the face of big business and the economy and of intellectualism and science and trying to make the world a better place for the little guy what with all the billions of dollars he spends on charities. But he won't run. Because he doesn't want to be president. Instead, we get Donald Trump. Who wants to deny all sorts of civil rights, and has managed to run a bunch of casinos of all things into the ground. But he wants power, he wants to be president. Why? He'd be another George W. Bush. How can he not know that himself? I can only guess that he doesn't care. He wants it because he wants it and that's why it would be bad if he got it.

The 3rd thing is about how resources are managed. Because they are being mismanaged tremendously, on two things. Healthcare and defense. There is almost no reason for any first world country to have any military force whatsoever. There hasn't been since the end of WWII. The only threats to world peace are dictators like Kim Jong Un, and poisonous ideologies that want to take over/destroy the world, which are generally religious in nature (especially Islam) and generally have few resources themselves and any "battles" they fight are of the nature that you can't fight with armies anyway (like hijacking an airplane and flying it into a building). No longer is it the case that first world countries could go to war with each other. The emergence of communication technology has ended that. How could the US go to war again with Japan for instance, when there is so much exchanged between the two. Wars only happen because the people in one country get convinced that the people in another country are evil, or less than human, or that they think that about them. But now with not only television but the internet, you have too many friendships across national boundaries, too much cultural exchange. It's impossible for governments to keep news from getting out or in. The only thing people might fight over is natural resources, and no one wants to even do that any more. Japan going to war with the US at this point, or Germany and everyone else, or England and France, or Spain and Portugal or just about anything you can think of, are notions as absurd as Chicago going to war with St. Louis. If you're not surrounded by enemies, spending money on war is wasted money that could be used for infrastructure instead. THEN you have healthcare. That is sucking dry the wealth of hard working people doing actual tangible work. Did you know there is a pharmaceutical company with a drug for treating hepatitis which they charge 1000 dollars per pill for? 1000 dollars per pill. I got hit by a car and was in a hospital for 2 days, and went home with a bill for 100 THOUSAND dollars. For 2 days, sitting in a bed, getting no treatment of any kind. They did a MRI, some xrays, and decided that there was nothing they could do to improve my condition surgically or by any other means. 100 thousand dollars to do nothing. It doesn't cost anyone that kind of money to do that. It doesn't cost money like that to keep the lights on. I didn't eat 100 thousand dollars worth of hospital food in those 2 days. That is pure profit for someone. Profit like no other industry is making. And it's even more a shame considering how incompetent and powerless they are to FIX anything! I would have been in no worse condition at the end if they had just kicked my unconscious body to the curb after it happened and let me wake up and walk home on my own. They couldn't fix my hearing loss that resulted, my hearing in my left ear having been replaced with the neverending sound of nails on a chalkboard. They couldn't fix my brain damage. They couldn't fix a crippling joint injury. They're like auto mechanics who can only fix REALLY minor and limited things that might be wrong with a car, and charge you 100 times as much for the service. But the whole field of medicine might be one day usurped by engineers if science advances, if it is allowed to advance, to the point where these things can actually be fixed. But to do that, we need a generation of people who are scientists, mathematicians, and engineers. We need those talents to actually be VALUED in our civilization! We need a population that isn't afraid of science. We need politicians who allocate funds to science. We need education that teaches people about science. Because while language is the foundation for how man is better than other animals, science is why they stand to have better lives than other animals. And the first step is to STOP allocating all the resources to the things it's wasted on. I know this is true at least when it comes to the military, from having played enough strategy video games. When you're surrounded by enemies, you need to build weapons of war just to survive. But when you aren't, you build industry and infrastructure and agriculture and science, and then if you need weapons later, you can build them fast, and you'll know how to build them better, but don't waste your time on them if you don't need them.
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Jupamovi Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
That's actually science.
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oO-JoonasTheWolf-Oo Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Well. I'm not an atheist. I believe that there is some kind of God. But it is obvious to me he's nasty and evil as hell.
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I thought this too for a while. I wouldn't call this "god", this malevolent force, I certainly wouldn't credit it with creating the universe, mind you, but some sort of emergent malicious conscious entity, and perhaps to this creature, individual people were like brain cells to it. Then I played card games for a while. What did I learn from this? I learned that coincidences that seem just frigging IMPOSSIBLE really CAN occur by random chance, and do, not only more often than you expect, but more often than you'd think was plausible. Something that you'd swear is surely a 1 in a million event is bound to happen 1 time out of 100. And that's where it comes from.
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SilvergoatmoonxX Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2015  Hobbyist Artist
I agree.
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oO-JoonasTheWolf-Oo Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Indeed. My life has gone so downfall lately, even though many would say I'm doing fine, but from inside, I'm empty and conscience is killing me.
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