reply to post by cypherite
The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.
If I ever achieve perfection -- a state of equilibrium of truth and judgement -- even then I will not become a person fond of "I told you so."
Fortunately for everyone, there's no danger of that ever happening, and I intend to enjoy my mistakes as little tidbits of knowlege to be nibbled and
the lessons savored, because they are the benchmarks of my life and personal evolution.
Being a person who believes in goals, I have to wonder of the benefit of grinding others under the heel of recrimination for beliefs unrealized. It
is possible that you are painting with a rather broad brush; are you certain of the motivation of the majority of the people who discussed the
various apocalyptic threads or that they were entirely sold on them? Should we, in the future, be afraid of discussing 'fringe' ideas because of
One line on my profile reads,
I don't believe in Nibiru, but I can't help following it's progress.
This isn't making fun of those who
believe in Nibiru -- it is making fun of myself. I think we can all do with more of that.
As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.
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