-music school grad cum laude.
Yeah, fuckface! Get ready to be beaten down. Grrr! Internet ain't so safe now is it motherfucker! Shit just got real! Bam!
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My opinion, (and I know you're dying to hear it) is that you are over simplifying the questions.
If the human condition is phallable then how can one trust in the self?
Do we all not need mirrors in our lives to keep us in check? Is this not proven by the fact extreeme sensory deprivation as well as mass over stimulation leads to insanity?
I'm not dissagreeing with your statement, I tend to agree with it, however, I'd like to know the motivations behind it. Is it simply "I'm right because I said so," or is there something deeper going on?
I was always under the impression that religion sort of sprang out from our fear of knowledge. People began to learn what caused things to happen, and they thought "Well, what caused that result to happen?" and so on. Made me think that they got afraid of things causing other things to happen, then the question of death was brought up and they came up with a cause for that finallity, being a religion.
It was then that the authorities got a hold of it and weaved a code of ethics into it and buggered up the whole thing.
My thoughts on the afterlife at this point in time are that when I go, my brain will create me an afterlife that's perfect for me. Why? Because my brain creates the reality I perceive right now, so why wouldn't it create me an another reality after my body goes kaput? I don't dwell on it, because I just figure it'll take care of itself.
Then again, that's how I deal with most things in my life...
Blame it on Rio!