So, I write to you, just a guy who loves Jesus to a girl who loves Jesus, to be truthful and honest about what I am looking for, what confuses or frustrates me, and to discuss whether or not this could work out between us.I don’t claim to have the right answers, but in the dearth of anything helpful from those around us, at least I am trying.
I want to know what I should be looking for, whether we should pursue something, and how we can do that.
If at all possible, I don’t want to be one of those “disturbingly weird” Christians, but I know that doing things the way of our pagan friends isn’t the right way to go. If you can muster the patience to read, would you allow me to present my thoughts on the matter, from a Christian guy to a Christian girl?
"distressed"), that have become prevalent at stores such as The Gap, American Eagle, Abercrombie and Fitch, and Hollister, were originally paraded by hipsters who shopped in thrift stores years before such clothing items were mass produced and sold to the mainstream consumer.
The true irony here is that many of the detractors of hipster culture are in fact unknowingly following a path that hipsters have carved out years before them.
Consequently many hipsters tend to have jobs in the music, art, and fashion industries.