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  • It does make me sad that there is nothing beyond death as proposed by the bibles that have been forced on me in my younger years, but this truth that there is no god is refreshing. Knowledge is beautiful. There is no god. No souls. Our conscience is enlightening once freed and unlocked from the shackles of lies that is religion. I will be worm food, worm shits me, shit absorbed by plants, plants eaten by animal, animal eaten by human, I partially return to humans. Or at least I become an animal.

  • @ValinorOracle
    You know, I find discomfort with the fact that if I were allergic to bees, a simple bee sting (something I find harmless now) would actually be able to kill me.

    Does my discomfort with this issue change the fact that anaphylaxis can be fatal? No, it doesn't. Facts aren't shaped around what you like, or don't like.

    I find VERY MUCH discomfort in the nothingness that will follow my death. But that doesn't change what's going to happen. I can't believe this is confusing to you.

  • @MrWisePete Well, if we are aware that means we are not dead. If we are dead, by definition we are not aware. It`s as simple as knowing the difference between up vs. down.

  • @ValinorOracle What's important is not death but life. You should not live your whole life in preparation for death. It's that simple.

  • @ValinorOracle The truth, no matter how uncomfortable for you is superior to any fairy tale, regardless of the level of comfort it supplies you.
    Every molecule of iron in the hemoglobin in every red blood cell in your body was created in a supernova. If you leave a cloud of hydrogen around for 14 billion years it turns into YOUR EYES. WE are the way the universe sees itself, experiences sunrises and sunsets, laughs, cries, hugs itself and dies. How more special than that do you need to be?

  • @wwwATHEISTATOMcom
    What about matter? Can matter appear from no where and create a perfectly functional and complex universe, without there being a intelligent being behind it all?

  • What you're saying is nonsense. Your answer to Sammy has no information, just the claim that you have special knowledge.

  • its funny to me that we being on the opposite sides of the spectrum feel the same way. You being an athiest feel everybody believes in God (for me Jesus), and me being a Christian feels hardly anybody does, It is a war. Spiritual vs Interlectual. The wisdom of this world and the wisdom of God. Though 2+2=4 this is truth (Interlectual) vs We have all sinned and fallen short of the Glory of God, this for me is truth (Spiritual). I choose to believe in my spiritual self, you do not.

  • I can see how it would upset you to be in a world where it seems more people believe in spiritual things than not, but I believe the mass concenses feels within them, life is eternal not momentary, for the spirit agrees if you can believe Love exist but cannot touch it, how can you deni God exist if you can feel Him but cannot see Him.

  • For the Nazi's when exterminating millions of Jews thought they where excercising love (a love for there country/movement), but would you consider this love. So how do you stop something you cannot control. By exterminating the source. As the nazi's where stopped, tried and executed the zeal for that movement ceased. Christians are the same way, we seek to eleminate darkness by stopping it at its source, lives without the Lord. We cant force you to accept the gospel, but we wont stop trying.

  • "to ME at this point is absurd"… Yes lady it is a point of view. Everyone has the right to believe what they want to.
    Flying Spaghetti Monster, Invisible Pink Unicorn, Jesus, Allah, Yahweh, Krishna, Buddha, Fred Phelps, Ra, Xiuhtecuhtli, Ctulhu, Jupiter, Hercules, Odin, Sriracha Rooster sauce anything….
    if you can't accept that you can't really call yourself tolerant

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