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    How do you atheists survive?

    An atheist probably wonders "How do you theists survive living in a fantasy world. I would kill myself."

    The problem is, even when I called myself an atheist, I could look at the planets that aren't perfectly round but almost, and creatures like
    and suddenly not find it possible to fully remain an atheist. I just pretended I was one.

    I'm not gonna call birds beautiful because that's gay , but I assume a big bang happened (Where the fuck did the energy for the bang come from) which lead to a single cell organism in water that eventually became:



    ​ A body that looked something like : Click image for larger version

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    Now the first image could be my ancestors no doubt. I mean, just look at my posts and it is doubtful whether or not I'm a homo sapien. But some people are actually human beings that are totally separate from animals.

    It's true prayer won't clean my apartment, and prayer is not going to make amputated limbs grow back. But there are a lot of things it can help a person with.

    If prayer and Spiritual meditation, and belief in Spiritual entities like the soldiers of Yasukuni Shrine, the Kami, the Capitol Hill Queens, Benito and Rachel Mussolini, my Fascist family in the world of the dead, was no longer a part of my life....

    ....If I no longer believed there were independent sentient beings influencing the universe that could bless or curse me , delight in or be offended by my actions, hear my intercession etc. I would have only the material world.

    Thing is, the material world is EXTREMELY depressing to me. Not just to mention, I have tried to be an atheist and it just became impossible. Many seasoned scientists have converted to faith and spirituality because they find too many holes in the big bang theory.

    I actually do believe in evolution. I just think there is often a sentient being (entity) or more that is guiding the process of evolution.

    When I'm an atheist everything becomes depressing. I have injuries that can't be operated on that don't heal. They won't get any better.

    If I quit meth I'll temporarily get better looking, especially morally, mentally, and spiritually, and in maturity, but physically as well because I'll put on some weight, but as a general rule, I'm going to get more ugly with time whether sober or not.

    It is not that being ugly is a bad thing. It keeps people beautiful on the inside where it counts and keeps them humble. As a person of faith I can believe all this great stuff about what comes in the future, and what is so great about being a humble ugly old man who wears depends.

    As an atheist, it's just me falling apart, in control of my life (which I can't control) and nothing to look forward to but suffering and death or gettting high. Being an atheist sucks!

    ​​​​​​​Thoughts?

    #2
    it helps to be able to enjoy gay things like beautiful birds and whatnot.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Undies View Post
      it helps to be able to enjoy gay things like beautiful birds and whatnot.
      I supposed I should have used a smiley to show I was joking when I called affection for pretty birds gay

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        #4
        If you're ugly you go to Hell.

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          #5
          Originally posted by ill Duce View Post

          I actually do believe in evolution. I just think there is often a sentient being (entity) or more that is guiding the process of evolution.

          When I'm an atheist everything becomes depressing. I have injuries that can't be operated on that don't heal. They won't get any better.

          If I quit meth I'll temporarily get better looking, especially morally, mentally, and spiritually, and in maturity, but physically as well because I'll put on some weight, but as a general rule, I'm going to get more ugly with time whether sober or not.

          It is not that being ugly is a bad thing. It keeps people beautiful on the inside where it counts and keeps them humble. As a person of faith I can believe all this great stuff about what comes in the future, and what is so great about being a humble ugly old man who wears depends.

          As an atheist, it's just me falling apart, in control of my life (which I can't control) and nothing to look forward to but suffering and death or gettting high. Being an atheist sucks!

          Thoughts?

          ​​​​​​​If you ascribe to evolution, then it doesn't matter if the girl in the bikini in the photograph descended from an ape creature by a "blind" process of incremental steps over many millions of years which basically resulted in shedding fur, increasing breast size and straightening the spine or if it was an abra-cadabraded process over millions of years by some spooky invisible deity, the fact remains, she descended from apes.


          I, like I believe you are doing, generate my own meaning to life to help me embrace and enjoy it. The material world to me is fascinating, there are parts to it that are depressing but much of it is full of wonder and intrigue.
          Last edited by Audiogen; 01-31-2021, 12:18 AM.

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            #6
            Atheists don't go to church. They don't celebrate religion.

            My family is from a christian background and reformed church background.

            I don't go to church anymore but i used to go to it.

            As a kid growing up i was heavily involved with it.

            I was put into foster care and one of my foster care families was a minister and his wife who were from various parts from the uk and wales.
            They came over here to follow the uniting church industry.

            So yes literally growing up i was heavily involved with going to church and behind the scenes.

            That's not to say i don't go to church today.
            I definitely still do but it's occassionally.
            When there is a funeral, wedding and a christening is when i only go these days.

            My parents go to church.
            My aunts and uncle go to church.

            It's just difficult at the minute when covid has made it online.

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              #7
              Matt,

              I suggest that you get off all drugs and head to church.

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                #8
                Evolution is a universal creative process. It's partially guided by intelligence, has as much to do with intention as "random accident," which I don't buy. It's firmly seeded by fact; there are no wings unless there is a sky. And a creature aware of a sky. Fact is reality, but, verily, reality is the dream and the mind which takes on mysterious forms. We humans confuse it for the mundane, because we adapt to it.

                No one has yet defined its nature, though, mundane or extraordinary. I err on the side of extraordinary. But it's impossible to appreciate what is emotional with a mind full of logic.

                The real dream of waking life is more solid than REM sleep, but that doesn't alter its fundamental nature, being the abode of the impossible, where simple amino acids sprouted wings and learned to fly. Truly, though we're taught to grow accustomed, it is a universe of miracles. And, though it takes a little more time, is simply as fleeting as a dream.

                Though it takes a little more time, the eons understand, it is all a phantasm.

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