I'm really fascinated in works in proving the existence of the two dimension? I don't know what particular word to describe them. But looking forward for your opinions.
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truly, bold answer, thanks, while in my case, I do believe in faith. The faith that we ourselves is making, in the process of all decisions and action we make.
With all due respect Billie, look up the definition of an atheist.
There r people who believe in God who do not believe in heaven/hell. You cannot call someone who does not believe in heaven or hell an atheist. If I believe that the whole universe is God n there is no heaven/ hell, that doesn't mean I'm a atheist
Billie, I wasn't calling you an atheist. I just suggested you look up the definition. That's all. :)
JT-Thanks, but I wouldn't care if you did. But I wasn't responding to your comment to my comment, I was responding to your original comment to this ques: "Some don't believe in either one. They are called atheists". That statement is not true.
Technically by the definition it is true. I didn't write the definition?
well, I guess, its all on how people see things, whether they believe or not. thanks for answering, and sharing your experience and changes in your religious views and concepts ;).
I guess right. I also believe that, "worry things when it is actually happening." anyway, thank you answering.
yeah, who knows if its truly existing. Anyway, I guess we can find it out ourselves.
It seems to me, that your expanding or explaining the whole inside meaning of my question. Thank you mike
Perhaps the middle ground being safer or of a more norm nature is not our route of wisest choice. Afterall the middle ground is not extraordinary and perhaps we should avoid it to move forward or backwards either mentally or physically speaking.
Interesting comment connorj, in spiritual practices the middle ground is usually the hardest to attain and then maintain.. We are either in a positive or negative polarity, & even in the positive we are inclined to fall as a matter of human weakn
Interesting answer my friend.
I am not convinced the "middle ground" is usually the hardest to attain; however, I am no expert on this; well not even a novice... Perhaps as you read some works like The Interior Castle (Mansions) you will understand where I am coming from.
Ahh, the seven mansions. Beautiful. Paradoxes reign in these experiences, in that to attain the higher experiences it requires staying in the middle ground ,it's the center between polarities, a point of being in the world but not swayed by it.
Thus our debate is in error, probably mine (through ambiguity of definition) because to me middle ground is referring to status quo and the higher ground is standing firm. With the power of a Kissinger you have brought us together...
In spiritual transformation 'language' is thwart with dangers! Definitely not status quo, a serious seeker never dwells in the 'status quo' The 6th mansion aligns with struggles with polarity. The 7th is a transcended state.
I believe in God and the Humanity but I just mentioned the teachings of Gautam Budha and I have found that in all walks of life His teaching "Middle Path is the Best Path" fits best and I shared it with the fellow hubbers.
wow, that's really very refreshing answer Jewels. I bet its all in our very creative mind. Moreover, yes, actually there are a lot hell experience in this world.
Your answer caught my attention. Christians claim to know about both locations yet they are barely described in the bible at all. So they are in effect mental constructs, each person creates their own images.
I'd like to add the greek word "tartaroos" or tartarus from which Hell is translated in 2 Peter 2:4 which describes the deeps parts of the dark pit where the fallen angels are reserved for punishment. This is the same place the demons in the swine di
JThomp42, this would align to the experience of the Dark Night of the Soul. It's a space worse than death. Paradoxically it is akin to a death where the phoenix can rise from. That's if you are strong enough to move through it.