Clyde Moore is my name, I live in a forester family and I visit my biological father on occasions, or he visits me. Sometimes my biological father drives me to my limits, but I love him.
I am a proud conservative, Roman Catholic Republican who strives to live as civil as possible, but also with an open mind and heart.
I strongly believe the line, "God bless America," and I believe that this country was built on our rights and freedoms. I strongly believe in those very values, but I don't believe taking advantage of these things is the right choice, nor do I support ignorant and ill mannered behavior, though we ALL make mistakes, right? Right.
At the same time, I believe the power of forgiveness and to accept people for who they are despite personal opinions, beliefs, political party, and so on. To judge someone solely on opinions and mistakes, especially if this is a one and done thing, is absurd, because then that person is preventing themselves from meeting someone who probably would be much, much more than they apper, or their first impression.
But hey, that's my opinion.
I despise being a perfectionist, I strongly believe nobody is perfect, and that people shouldn't look for imperfections in other people or themselves. When we do this, we see a lot of negative in everything.
We should strive to live according to God's will and plan for us, and if we live our lives thinking we are perfect and try putting ourselves above everyone and everything, we are definitely going to be dissatisfied in the long run.
In the long run, accept flaws and life.
Personality wise I am laid back and nervous.
My hobbies include:
Going to church, reading the Bible, my family and friends, Disney, praying, writing, reading, listing to music, classic movies/movies, watching television (Especially the Lion Guard and Disney animated movies), and meeting new people.
What I don't like, trouble, bullies, and negativity.
A Little Back Story About Me:
I remember a time when I use to be rude and would take my frustrations out on others, including random people on the Internet. I hated having rules pushed down my throat online, and when someone would disagree with me online I took that as a challenge. But who I am online doesn't defy my whole being, neither do any of my flaws and negatives.
In defense of my negative behavior, I think my opinions did make sense in certain situations.
For an example, I recall being on a bus recently. While on a bus the rules are usually to not eat or drink, or you could go to jail or pay a fine. But guess what? I seen a few people eating and drinking on a few bus rides during many occasions.
I admit, I've eaten on a bus, too, though, I wasn't aware of any statements because I tend to be blind to the obvious, and me along with other people weren't fined or are going to jail.
So, there's a method to my rule abiding ways, but that doesn't justify my past rudeness.
I am over being a half-wit fool now, though I still make mistakes, am gullible, and believe lies. Please tell me if you are flawless, then I'll rethink my logic. Until then, cast the first stone, and forgive and forget. It may not be easy, but it will take a burden off.
Recently, I've been working on fixing myself and bad attitude by controlling my short temper and frustration in a more positive way.
One way of letting go of pain, and anything really, is by writing and watching Disney movies. I believe writing is a perfect way to express oneself, but keep in mind, some writing is meant to be personal, unless you like sharing, and getting comments from a wide range of people.
Sadly enough, some of these people aren't always going to be nice.
I keep a journal and write. I also get great advice from my pastor, who I love. He's truly a shoulder to lean on, and a God blessing.
I try to remain respectful and loving, though, I have a tendency to be sarcastic, standoffish, and arrogant at moments.
I wasn't raised to be polite and perfect despite that I try my hardest to be polite. With that said, I hope people can accept that I try my hardest at being polite and patient with others.