THE OWNER OF THE TEA COMPANY IS BUDDHIST. MY HUSBAND SAID I CAN'T ORDER FROM THEM. WHAT DO YOU THINK?
- Well we wanna take a quick question
from all of you that have written in.
This is from Karen, Pat, who says,
"I am a cancer survivorand health-conscious.
"I love herbal tea andfound a good premium source.
"The problem is that the owner
"of the tea company is Buddhist.
"My husband says I can't order from them.
"What do you think?"
- Nonsense, you know, Paul says,
"If I can't deal with these unbelievers,
"needs must go out of the world."
It's just no question,if the guy's got good tea
then drink the tea, you know?
- Okay, this is Kris who says,
"I'm trying to do theright thing before God,
"so when my 35-year old stepson comes home
"from out-of-state with anew girlfriend each time,
"I request and prepareseparate rooms for them.
"Last time he visited,they stayed at a hotel
"so we didn't visit much.
"Am I doing the right thing?
"Or should I invite them into our home
"and let God deal with them?"
- No, I think you'redoin' the right thing.
You're setting a standard.
He'll realize what the standard is
and he keeps having multiple girlfriends.
I mean look, if he reallywants to have a girlfriend,
why didn't he get married to her?
You know, but he wantsto have all the benefits
of marriage without the commitment
and all you're doing isyou're being an enabler
and you say, "No, I'mnot gonna be an enabler."
So, standards are good, no problem.