Why is it so hard to simply live life without caring about how we first started? Why do we need to believe in anything? Isn't it just wasting our little time here?
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I like these explanations that forget God is supposed to be everywhere and be able to do everything. It's a beautiful story but it just isn't true. Yes, this is a waste of time if all we come up with are fairytales and heinous moral instruction.
I totally agree. I see Peeples point in making the most of our time here, but I think part of that is searching for a deeper meaning and purpose. I am not religious in the least, but I still am a seeker.
What's really odd is people who say they want to know how we got here will put their faith in an Earth centered creation story that bears no resemblance to the universe we live in. It's not knowledge they're after, but an emotional balm.
No, it's not odd. But I find peace in remembering many of my past lives, the things I've seen while outside my Homo sapiens shell, and the miracles I've created (one comparable to Moses parting the sea). But love is the most important thing to rememb
My almost exact opinion said in a much better way, as usual.
@Jonny, I'm not led by fear, but by love. Ahh, but letting go is the only way to gain everlasting life -- the awakening of the true self, the Child of God within. When you've seen without the physical instrumentality of your human body, you know
You are free to believe what you want, Kevin. But if you were dead you were dead. If you "came back" you were not dead. You were saved from death by modern scientific knowledge, technology and skillful medics.