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    Quote Originally Posted by sunyata View Post
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    Or you could just clarify.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
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    You said I am right, Se is godliness - in a sense.

    That typically denotes the complexity of a system.

    I wished to know in what ways I am wrong. Yaw mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sunyata View Post
    You said I am right, Se is godliness - in a sense.

    That typically denotes the complexity of a system.

    I wished to know in what ways I am wrong. Yaw mean?
    If God = Nature.

    Isaac Newton said that Space was the sensorium of God.

    In that sense, Se = Godliness.

    Spinoza would have loved that statement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evee View Post
    If God = Nature.

    Isaac Newton said that Space was the sensorium of God.

    In that sense, Se = Godliness.

    Spinoza would have loved that statement.
    This constellates something in my memory, something from before, and something from earlier in life. It reminds me of that quotation from a smashing pumpkins song, "emptiness is cleanliness and cleanliness is godliness and god is empty, just like you and me.."

    Phenomenological speaking, it is interesting to see how this philosophy which is embedded in alternative rock evokes the same sort of idea.
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    Sayrah blew life into the spheres and they moved. From her wheel she weaved the names of people in to mystery.

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    I do not fear the end, because then I will begin again but I fear the moments before the end, the intense pain of suffocation, or the slow bleeding to death after losing a limb....I fear pain...I fear not the end, but I fear the moment before which is fleeting.

    But all of it is worth it for that joyous moment after, that moment we are liberated and white robe wearing angels come to us to fend the demons back as they raise us up to heaven so we can reunite with our loved ones.

    Then we are sent back here, our memory wiped clean, and allowed to begin anew, the same life with new rivers; the same river with new canals.

    I do not fear the end.....to be quite honest, I do not believe in Santa, why should I ever believe there is an end at all?
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    Olemn slammed his hammer and from the sparks on the metal of his anvil came the spheres of the heavens.

    Sayrah blew life into the spheres and they moved. From her wheel she weaved the names of people in to mystery.
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    I know that this vehicle of flesh and bone will return to the Earth when I die. Whether there is any way for my consciousness to survive death, interesting proposition, the evidence is inconclusive - I do not believe in absurd systems like Heaven or Hell, but I am open to ideas about life after death.

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    The thread title always brings this to mind:

    MBTI: ExxJ tetramer
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    many people believe that the idea of an afterlife is a fairy tail. There is something after life, so there will always be an after life...what happens after we die, no matter what, is what happens after life...so there we go...there is an afterlife.

    Now the fable of gravity transposed on to the sensory perception of a falling object, or objects which orbit in space, and the idea that there are objects or separate things is an interesting conjecture and thus far has only held up using induction, not deduction, which implies there is a strong possibility that it is false as a theory and only valid as a phenomenological description.

    That can't be argued in any way shape and form. Even science as an enterprise, not legit method of induction and deduction, posits this to be true.

    A scientist argueing against this would be going against the scientific method.

    So no, there is no such thing as an end...one who fears that which does not exist is neurotic.
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    Sayrah blew life into the spheres and they moved. From her wheel she weaved the names of people in to mystery.

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    I do not fear the end. I look forward to leaving this life, but I am in no rush.

    Especially as I searched more, I am confident that we will exist after we die.

    We existed pre-birth and we will exist after death. This life is but a stop on a long journey.
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    And I am not a hedgehog......

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