reply to post by poet1b
I am not assuming anything about you, I am making an observation based on what you are putting out.
Your observation is a relative assumption thats subjective. Your mind has opted to paint a picture that isnt true, over an entirely different reality.
All these things that you have assumed about me is not held by my coworkers, siblings, parents, philosophical debate group, nor by anyone that
personally knows, nor have i heard any of these assumptions of yours talked about behind my back. So considering there is roughly around 100 or so
folks that know me personally and dont hold this view that you do, well then the only practical conclusion is that your biased assumptions are
completely your own delusions.
Not at all, and I have not written anything to indicate this, it is an assumption on your part.
As some of the other posters are saying, your arguments are becoming full of paradoxical contradictions in your attempt to justify volism and add all
your quarks to it. There not much sense being made here anymore.
Whether or not you choose to find true passion in this world is your choice. It is true, children should not play with fire, and only handle it under
supervision until they learn to respect it, so maybe you aren't ready for the next level.
Unless this "next level" you refer to is spiritual enlightenment or union w God, which im assuming it isnt, im cool on whatever this level of yours
has to offer. Volism isnt anything new. Philosophers have been discussing these topics for millennia and if this volism had any kind of significant
impact, it would already have been one ofthe main staples of society, yet its not which speaks for itself.
On an additional note, i remember pre-existing and in that state there was no need for desire or passion. Everythingwas love and everything was
complete. Life on earth is 99.999999% illusion based.