Normally I wouldn't respond to a comment like "mind your own business," but since Geez Louise walked right up into my virtual living room and basically told me to hush up (see the lone comment on the entry Wax Packs), I'm going to. People don't have to walk through the virtual door into my living room, after all.
First, "Huey" is an abstraction. However, the events really happened. If you read my follow up post to this one, you'll understand I am not "living in the past." To do so would require I actually identify Huey and try to be involved in his life. That's not what these stories are about.
Note that 15 years ago is pretty specific, Louise in Texas (IP addresses are trackable). Perhaps you're going by divorce decree date. I would argue that I truly did not know the real Huey as far back as 25 years ago. After all, if he's a whole new person, the abstraction of him in these stories thus is actually a fictional creation. Just as "Geez Louise" is a fiction--an online drag version of your true identity.
Think about that for awhile.
Secondly, if Huey has truly *found Jesus* then these stories should actually be great additions to his testimony. Think of it as free advertising in that sense. Look how Huey overcame! Look how Huey triumphed!
Finally, to the wording of "People are allowed to find Jesus." If you think that there has to be permission--that my posts are somehow not "allowing" that to happen--you might want to really examine that idea. If you feel that a few stories about my past experience of actual events that occurred are damaging to someone's actual spiritual development that says far more about how little development has actually happened. It also is telling about your own belief in the reality of that transformation.
Ultimately, if what you read here makes you upset, you have the choice not to click in. Surely you get the irony of coming on to my blog to tell me to "live in the present" and not "15 years ago" and that this is "none of my business." Don't go to a stand up show and heckle the guy on stage if you can't deal with the come back.