posted on Sep, 16 2012 @ 05:40 PM
Originally posted by Coopdog
reply to post by Human_Alien
I went thru half of my life not believing in God any more than I did the easter bunny or santa clause. I was once a ground based individual also, but
regardless of my perceptions being pried open to where I had to accept some less than substantial realities, Sasquatch was still a bit out of my
rather open ended "box" Now that the doors have opened, my box just keeps getting bigger and bigger and it has been a very interesting and
fascinating process to observe. Never say never when it comes to allowing your perception of what you consider to be real to change. Life is long and
it just gets more interesting as you go.
edit on 16-9-2012 by Coopdog because: spelling error
I don't see what is so difficult about the possibility of an ape-like unknown animal roaming our planet though? The fact that it's eluded us, means
nothing. We don't know diddly about what lives and grows on our planet.
Now aliens is a whole 'other story. That breaks Pandora's box wide open because we're supposedly the only ones in this Universe (insert eye
Whereas a little unknown ape, fits quite well in our 'understanding' of life on this planet.
If this ape supposedly flew like Superman or swam like a dolphin or had mystical abilities then I'd say, yeah.....let's think this one over again.
But it's a bipedal mammal. So what? Why is that so hard to fathom? I don't understand the resistance really.
I personally don't live my life based on what society grants me permission to believe because I know as a kid, I gave my nuns a hell of a time when
they tried to convince me of Adam and Eve. So I am a natural defiant person when so-called logic, doesn't make sense.
Men parting seas and walking on water is far harder to accept than an ape that's wandering this planet undetected by modern man.
It's as simple as that to me.