posted on May, 16 2011 @ 01:46 AM
Originally posted by v0ice0freas0n
reply to post by SaturnFX
Isn't it curious that people tend to have religious experiences that validate their beliefs rather than enlightening people of disparate beliefs of
"God's" omnipotent, unifying truth?
Would be interesting to hear of say, a muslim's NDE or whatnot and deciding he totally got it wrong, and became a fundamentalist christian, or visa
Yes, as John Edwards' once said, "What I recieve is colored by the belief I hold". meaning he recieves only what he has prepared his mind to
identify, not the truth
John is a "psychic" btw...I know..I know..but the statement works anyhow...
I think people experience things and form it into what makes sense to them verses what the reality is.
This guy must have either some serious skeletons in his closet he needs to deal with, or alot of hostility to those around him to wish eternal torture
on most everyone.
Ego...its one heck of a monster to try and control.