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Randori wrote:Vegedus wrote:Punctuation, look it up.
Also, what am I seeing in your picture...?
Mir@k wrote:OH WE HAVE AN ECHO FILTER NOW?
So yeah, humanity's fate: good or bad?
noxux wrote:I see that this days people are gettin less polite and cold to not do anything for someone that is worse than them so I want to see what can give faith in humanity again.
Tuor wrote:What is it with so many forumites going into the medical field? haha
Rosso Rose wrote:And also, I'm not a religious person; as all of us know, there are religions where people tend to bend down to their knees and pray. I've never been a religious person, and it also sickens me now that in times of danger, all we do is just bend down and fucking pray that things are going to get better. I'm reading a book also by Alice Walker called "The Color Purple" and that book reminded me why I was never religious in the first place.
I'm not religious because I don't believe in God. The reason why I'm not religious because I don't bend my knees; I stand up for myself, and make things happen, for tomorrow awaits. This is just one key factor that ensures my faith in humanity.
EagleMan wrote:Rosso Rose wrote:Where did this come from? I'm atheist but this sounds pretty egotistical and arrogant. Praying is just one expression of hope. Most religious people will both pray (AKA hope) and act towards a goal. Only a few select few people hope for results on prayer alone, and that just means they were crazy to begin with and religion happened to draw their insanity. Clearly by the state of the world, where most everyone is religious, yet somehow things get done, religious people do "make things happen" just as much as anyone else.
EagleMan wrote:As an atheist it isn't any different to me, it's just a more specialized ritual of hoping. And of course they're going to hope God answers their prayers, just like anyone wants the world to answer their hopes. All that differs is the context really.
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