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kindaloupehackenweez BS: God or Not quiz (57* d) RE: BS: God or Not quiz 18 Dec 04

Damn fine reading if i may say so...??I'm into it/ and would like to throw in 2cents of mind altering enigma.. I dont concider myself religious but spritual. And spent many years seeking the truth as to what the true and orginal religion is/was..As close as i got was there was once one (anyone know what it is / was????)/. But only was informed there was one that broke off into 5 seperate religions or tribes and each put there own interpation to the orginal words and made it into what they wanted it to be.

One fundimental philosopy of the Zen religion that always stuck with me was this: To Exist is to suffer.,and suffering is the direct cause of desire.

I reconize the possiblility of No God, God, The ole Great one, The Great sprits, The tabel of elders, for one or all i dont know but there has to be a power more great than our selfs for without them or it or something there would be nothing else to believe in when there was nothing else left. Therefore wouldnt / more than likely / Have the Freewill thing going which is sappose to be the only thing that seperates humans from all the other animals,

Hell i spent damn near 10 years Thinking about what someday will amount to it doesnt matter, And hear a quote which i;m thinking more of everyday and it goes: There comes a time to stop thinking and start doing. So I was thinking about going back to Drinking and thinking, with love   Peace...Sorry it was more than 2 cents.

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