posted on Sep, 19 2012 @ 06:45 PM
reply to post by AfterInfinity
Fortunately, the choices I've made in my life up to this point give me limited time to respond - or else I could be here for awhile. But I'll keep
it as concise as I can.
It seems as though you assume I am trying to deny the existence of God. This couldn't be further from the truth. I am however denying milkyway12's
arguments are in any way evidence of God.
With that out of the way - in your rebut to my statement that something exists or nothing exists - you say to be nothing, would be to be part of
everything. The logic here is baffling to me because nothing is nothing and everything is something. If there was a "part" of nothing than it
couldn't logically be nothing - if it could exist as a "part" of anything, by definition, by logic, it is something. Then you also try to tie into
this the idea of nonexistence, which you define, roughly, as "no longer existing as a seperate being" drastically different than nothing, so I will
just leave that alone. I also posit that your definition is NOT nonexistence. But, moving on...
I would say: Look at the human mind trying to grasp a concept as simple as nothing OR something and watch it fail (you). I am not trying to grasp the
infinite, I am not trying to grasp God, I am trying to tell milkyway12 that the logical path they are taking to God is faulty and to rethink it. It is
To me, I need no proof of God. I need no religion to tell me what God is. God is all and all is God. Everything. I need only open my self to true
feeling to know that. In fact, as soon as I felt that there was more to the human condition than coalescing of matter and firing of neurons it took
exactly one millisecond to feel God. It is at once bigger and smaller than the biggest and smallest of cosmos because God is
So please, don't condescend to me. I refuse to use logic to explain God and I suggest the rest of you quit trying!
It won't be done, ever. Logic is inherently bound by what we perceive and we cannot and will not ever perceive all, so our logic will always fall