[I Don't Condemn Anyone For Making Their Choices. If Someone Chooses Those Roles, Fine. But Not For Me. When Someone Stops Me And Says, You're The Reason I Became An Actress, That Lets Me Know I Made The Right Decision.]

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"your god may be your little Christian habit - the habit of prayer or Bible reading at certain times of your day. Watch how your Father will upset your schedule if you begin to worship your habit instead of what the habit symbolizes. We say, I cant do that right now; this is my time alone with God. No, this is your time alone with your habit."

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