posted on Oct, 8 2011 @ 01:20 AM
reply to post by hundredreas0ns
Some people have a wider hearing range than others.
Some people can see colors better than others.
Some people can taste or smell much more or less than others.
People are variable in their abilities to perceive. Just like they are variable in their abilities to play tennis, cook, solve math problems, etc.
Want to blame it all on how "the brain is wired?"
Doesn't make much sense to me. Does someone cook well because of how their "brain is wired" or because they successfully learned how to cook
If you want to wait until you go to the "other side" to know, be my guest. But there are plenty of people alive today who have been there and are
willing to talk about it. You can find books, web sites, all kinds of resources. So you needn't stay ignorant unless you really prefer it that
My take? People are, ultimately, spiritual beings. They have enormous potential abilities, but have forgotten most of them in order to "make life
more interesting." Others, wishing for an even more
interesting life, figured out how to take advantage of our desire to forget to make most
of us forget everything
but our current life, and
believe we are just bodies. Actually, our bodies are kind of like advanced pets. The
have their own minds, but are simple-minded compared to us. The idea that our mind is in our brain is one of the cruel jokes being played on us by the
guys who figured out how to make us forget everything. Since they did that, they have been getting away with murder. And we can never remember who did