Man, God, Religion & Difference of Opinion

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If I find something interesting on the streets, or sense angry possibilities, I always stick around waiting for the story to evolve, moving through the crowds hoping to find the rowdies. When God becomes the center of conversation in a public place like Yonge and Dundas streets, you know someone is going to have an opinion that differs, especially when radical methodology is applied to voicing those beliefs at the busiest intersection in Toronto. I hung on for fifteen minutes, assured someone would get heated on the words of religion, sure enough, there were a number of opinions in opposition of each other. Some related, some not, some just ready for a fight on ignorance and indifference of beliefs. As a shooter, I love man and religion, it always sparks up good opportunities to see how far people will invest in their spirituality.

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