Although everyone goes through life with some set of
ideas in his/her mind, it is conceivable that some
people are so unthinking as to have no philosophy of life.
Perhaps you yourself are one of these day to day people.
Who judge that life needs to be lived and not philosophized
about,yet i suppose this to be rather unlikely.
Most people do have a philosophy of life even if it is a bad
and selfish one.Like that of making one's own ambitions
to be the only thing in life that counts.
What is your Philosophy in life?
Knowledge leads to understanding which leads to peace and finally to love which is the basic fabric of this universe or God.
"Spread knowledge of the Light is what I must,
Soon I will be just dust."
Bush's ambition was to kill and butcher as much as possible so all ambitions and intuitions can not be good and only Islam is the philosophy which balances each and every thing in our lives.
From dust to dust.Good Answer.Is that it.That is your Philosophy
Spreading Light i like.Humour would be good too.
True,true.Any idea when that is going to happen?
And stop winking at me.Ah ha ha
Its not going to happen in my life time but my work or book will help after I am gone.God knows how long it will take but it will take a lot of time as this planet is full of fanatics with little knowledge of god who gather their strength in numbers.
I am sure you have heard this very often"Jesus died fr our sins he is the only son of god "Christians
Hindus" we have the oldest philosophy the rest are all a copy"
"Our prophet is the first recorded prophet" Parsees(Zaratushtra)
"Muhammad was the last messenger god sent us and we should all follow him" Muslims
Fanatics exist everywhere
FANATICALISM ONLY BEGINS WHEN YOU NEED OTHERS TO AGREE WITH what you think that ya believe in, YA know
Was the above mentioned statements incorrect? Or are you one of the above?
And Hinduism is not fanatical?
All religion is fanatical. All religion is man made at the behest of the Devil, for he invented religion through his son Cain.
And who invented the devil again? Oh and who invented god?
Religions are interpretations of the same books and without the book there is no religions, so anyone who believes in god does so through religious belief.
And who invented the God that invented God and not forgetting who invented the God that invented that God that then invented God who invented the Devil?
I know an old lady who swallowed a fly, I don't know why she swallowed a fly; perhaps she'll die!!
You have fanatics in all religions but that is not the message of the religions or prophets.
The ones who give more importance to the messenger than the message , those are the fanatics.
"He that believeth on me, believeth not on me, but on him that sent me." -John 12:44
I have The Truth so I have no need of any philosophy.
Col 2:8 (KJV) Beware lest any man spoil you through philosophy and vain deceit, after the tradition of men, after the rudiments of the world, and not after Christ.
For philosophy read the vanity of men!
agree with you a lot. Though I like philosophy a lot I believe there is nothing more important than the God: Phileo Theos: I love God!
The "truth" is also a philosophy. So is holier-than-thou and self righteousness.
Read the Scripture or are you blind as well as daft.
I'm familiar with scripture. I just get the sense you are way too overly harsh which is a way of covering one's insecurities. We all have them, but we all respond a little differently. Harshness puts you as supreme commander, final authority, and last word. But it's also a cover for something deeper and insecure. Unflappable calm and peace is a sign of the surety of one's truth and understanding the source from which it originates.
Wishing you well. Didn't mean to offend if I did, which from your response appears that I did. I'm just surprised that being armed with such truth you would need to respond so harshly, that's all.
If you are familiar with The Holy Scripture then why did you counter it knowing full well that I would respond vigorously?
The Truth is not a philosophy. Only vain intellectuals full of BS have philosophies. Meaningless babblings that puff up the ego and do very little else.
Harsh? Not at all; blunt and in yer face yes, but that's just my style, don't take it personally. No offence taken.
You like a good argument, I take it. It's a rush and it's invigorating.
I do respectfully disagree with you in that the truth is a philosophy. Additionally attitudes are the basis of philosophy. In order to nullify philosophy as manmade device, then one must become aware of his relationship with God. As God is infinite, then so are all His doings and workings and the only way for our finite minds to comprehend the small portion that we can is to simply know that He "is" and we therefore become "aware". In becoming aware, we gain our direction and purpose. We understand the spiritual laws, the prophets and Atoning One.
Probably rubbish to you, eh?
Absolutely, for The Truth is The Lord Jesus Christ and there is no way He can be a philosophy. Philosophy is named after the Canaanite Jew Philo - a blaspheming dog.
To call The Truth a philosophy is also a blasphemy and for the truthful reasons I have already given earlier. Men and their philosophy, for all philosophy is of man, is sheer vanity.
I try to keep it simple, myself. The "Golden Rule", which I believe comes from the Christian New Testament, works for me as well as anything has done:
"Do unto others as you would have them do to you."
In other words, treat other people as well as possible, since that's the way I'd like to be treated.
I'm human and err sometimes, forgetting this rule in the heat of temperment, but on the whole, the more I try to keep it in mind, the better it works.
hope this answers questions=)
Riding a of Ambitionz. The only philosophy that soothes the soul.
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