posted on Dec, 17 2013 @ 03:55 PM
In the first part of your question you infer I am "wasting" my time...
It infers that to you
, but the intent is not there. When we choose to do one thing over the other, we tend to do so for a reason. When we
think about what we are doing, we usually decide what courses of action will be "better" for whatever goal we are attempting to achieve.
focusing on what I am not...this is just ascertion on your part and somewhat insulting.
I asked you what your belief system was, and you stated what it was not. My second question was directed towards the response you gave. To the first
question, instead of saying something like "I actively practice science" or "I love creating art through structures" you stated:
I'll, tell you what stark reality isn't.
And that's pretending a life view embraced in absence of all facts and logic can be productive and useful.
So, I was asking; when you are answering a question like that, why do you focus on what "is not" as a better option than saying "I actively
practice science to learn facts?"
I am an architect and draftman with an avid interest in Applied Physics.
Thats great! Why didnt you say that in the first place? With your endeavors in architecture, ability to think differently to do proper drafting, and
active participation in applied physics; Where has that led you in how you view the world? What are some of the biggest questions that you are
currently seeking answers?
So you're not off to the best of starts with me...
I dont seem to be alone in that camp