Yes continuing my stance, hmm I kinda miss atheism, there was so much freedom involved, and I still refuse to look at the universe as being ruled by
an almighty god. I like the Celtic ideas, at least, well I guess you'd say Naturalistic, I'm very naturalistic.
Oh they do know life can be created from none live, all you are is organic compounds, with a spark from such as a lightning bolt and presto, you have
life in its most rudimentary form.
Hmm back to naturalism...spirits, yes that sums it up, everything has a spirit, we ourselvs are individual spirits, but the whole Universe has a
"collective" mind, even when I was an athiest I called this the Great Conciousness, or the Cosmic Memory.
Basically it is all that we are, that we experience, for when we die, all that we've done is embeded in our souls, and we transfer it to this
"cosmic memory" and that is where it forever exists. Then in time we are reborn, for we don't lose our individuality, not naturally at least, all
though maybe that could go with the good//bad, if you had "evil" experiences then you would lose your individuality, you in a sense would cease to
This is also why I believe heavily in fate, that things do happen for reasons, and that there is an end to our journey, by end I mean a meaning, "the
end justifies the means".
Evolution is a natural thing, and "existance" (our souls) takes advantage of it, this universe could not exist by itself, the existance that
"recognizes" the universe...that is "god".
I know free masons all share a belief of "Great Architect of the Universe" but I still have a lingering feeling that that GAoTU is just plainly,
existance, purpose...and that it's not a literal being with a chisle, carving life out of stone.
Purpose is more important then life, but then....purpose is life
I do feel people have become TOO scientific.
As I always say, people don't live in cities, they hide in them...they hide from their "false" mortality, nothing is mortal, everything is eternal,
for if you ceased to exist after you died, you'd not exist now...for the moment. But people have become so "irreligious" that even when they
believe in a god or MANY gods, they still hide from their mortality.
It would do people a lot of good, if they'd all take time from their lives, to sit under a tree that's older then human civilization, or to climb a
mountain that has been their since the dinosaurs.....we need science to solve the mysteries of the universe, to better ourselves, but we should not
lose ourselves in the process. I fear now that already too many have lost themselves in this world of yesterday, no one sees the world of
hmm a good quote "Our future is only as far as our eyes can see the past behind us."