posted on Nov, 6 2008 @ 04:51 AM
Originally posted by luka1222
ok, probly gonna explain myself badly but hear goes....
its far easier for us to believe in something bigger than ourselves whatever that may be as long as we don't have to face the scary fact that
when we die there may very well be nothing and at that point our lives means nothing.......
not really sure where i want to go with this but just thought i would put it out there and see what you think, just think about it next time you try
to pass judgment on something said hear and try to really understand the motives ,if any to your conclusions.
First, I have to say you
. You explained yourself quite well.
*NOTE* you should read this post while listening to Artist: Devotchka, Song: The Clockwise Witness.( it has relevance+good tune)
So, regarding your statement, above, in italics, again I believe you are wrong. My reasoning is as follows:
1) Whether you are a believer or nonbeliever life is not meaningless. Actually quite the opposite. Words such as precious, inestimable, beautiful,
alluring, awesome, Da Shiz cannot even begin to describe OUR planet: EARTH.
2) Science estimates our universe to have over trillions of stars. Stars have planets and moons in it's orbit. It is plausible that there are
planets, similar to ours, with water. Which could sustain life. The point is there is there is a lot of room for a few other lifeforms. Proving life
is that much more precious.
3) all Religions from across the globe, from all times, have many things in common. A few are Hope after life has past and a Higher Entity/ Supreme
Being/ GOD. If "They" have taking us under there wings(so to speak) that alone should be uplifting to ponder on.
So there you have it luka1222. Thats my little 5p essay. I don't even know you, yet I know I'm not alone with my belief of life not being
"nothing", and I also know
others feel the same about your life