OK, thank you. Here is just one small problem. Some of you (if you have been reading what I post) may know that I am unable to understand what I read except for The Bible. Why nobody seem to know, not even doctors. I can read page after page and I simply don’t get it. It is only words after words that does not make any sense to me. It has been like that since school. I have a CCC and if the passage is short enough and in “normal” words, Finnish can be a tricky language and I speak, write and read only English, Swedish, German and of course Finnish, Swedish is my native language, but I for some reason can learn a new language in a few weeks if I want just by listening to it. Problem though is that when I write, I write as I would speak. I sometimes check things from a English or German CCC because it make more sense to me, but not enough. I am able to read what you post, actually no problems if the answer or post, is short enough. I do sometimes miss a point but I try to double-check all before I post. (I am learning a lot on this forum, that is why I love it.) Why I have no problem with The Bible I don’t understand. I can also read fiction but I don’t like it, you can’t learn anything from fiction. I was bullied in school from the first day to the last (1967-1976) and that may be a factor. I have a better memory then “normal” people and I learn a new song (I love music, especially German Shlager) in a hour or so, but enough of my problems. (Are you still awake?) So, if I am “stupid” Heaven is not my next address? I think God understand that there are a lot of people who can’t read or write. Even in Finland, BTW, I recall faintly from TV that one percent don’t can read or write properly in Finland, most of them are refugees though. I may be hell bound but not because my problems with learning things from books. Or am I?
I did not know that it is mandatory to keep on learning all your life if you are Catholic. Nobody ever told me that, so I am bit surprised. I mean, the priests must have been able to see that what I know come from The Bible and TV? They never did ask me if I know anything about some Saint, so, what do I do next? Should I confess this? All I have is my Bible, in fact, many of them, a very old Swedish one, which is interesting, it is approved by the King of Sweden, kind of funny if you think about it. A Finnish Bible “for idiot’s”, it is the first I did buy, and one New Testament and one fairly recent one, my favorite because it have a pretty simple language, and the online Bibles I can find on the net, but apart from that and a few books I don’t really understand, I have nothing. I can’t even look up anything in a phone book. I did learn about Mass order by watching Mass, first on TV and then in the Church. So am I lost? I always thought it is enough to try to not sin and do what Christ did tell us to do, but is it? I am a bit confused now. I have no problem with what The RCC teach, that must be right, but am I still lost?