Should one post a question in the religious forum when one is DRUNK?
I mean it's at the top of the page. When one talks of their position, he/she is philosophizing.
n pl -phies
1. (Philosophy) the academic discipline concerned with making explicit the nature and significance of ordinary and scientific beliefs and investigating the intelligibility of concepts by means of rational argument concerning their presuppositions, implications, and interrelationships; in particular, the rational investigation of the nature and structure of reality (metaphysics), the resources and limits of knowledge (epistemology), the principles and import of moral judgment (ethics), and the relationship between language and reality (semantics)
2. (Philosophy) the particular doctrines relating to these issues of some specific individual or school the philosophy of Descartes
3. (Philosophy) the critical study of the basic principles and concepts of a discipline the philosophy of law
4. (Literary & Literary Critical Terms) Archaic or literary the investigation of natural phenomena, esp alchemy, astrology, and astronomy
5. any system of belief, values, or tenets
6. a personal outlook or viewpoint
7. serenity of temper
[from Old French filosofie, from Latin philosophia, from Greek, from philosophos lover of wisdom]
let me answer my own question....your drunk? ain't the rest?
I'm a blatant scrutinizer of the information my brain recieves.
I took a peep at your hubpages and I like what I see
you're welcome. Introduction aside....my real dilemma and the question I really wanted to ask is....who in his right mind would want to participate in the religious forum. Do we really want to find resolution to the questions we ask or are we simply trying to force our point of view? It is sad that seldom are there constructive debates. Most often it deteriorate into personalities and name calling.
I'm interested in the psychology or motive of it. I'm guaging, for myself, the internal nature of mankind and seeing myself at every angle.
Wow, you've hit the nail on its head.
I was there, done that... Trust me, the main reason why people argue or philosophizing, like I, too, am doing now, is to expose their own perceptions and interpretations with the hope they get the recognition and respect and maybe even admiration they desire.
You've got all of mine, SilentReed, and I am sure I've got all of yours.
So what can I say?
When you're drunk, just go to bed.... Because a drunk wo/man irritates everyone who are not as drunk as s/he...
Only if you have enough drink to share with everyone else.
I dunno Reed-I dont drink never have- never been drunk so for me- NO
Let me use Biblical terminology - If you are a religious Christian, you may only be drunk with the Holy Spirit, and then, of course, you may answer question in a religious forum.... Lol!
I mean posting questions..... Like this ))
How drunk are you and with what?
I dont drink, I have never drank-or been drunk, I guess i am kinda boring when it comes to partying-although I do have great dirt on my freinds
Reed - there are 11 kids currently in this world that some or all may not be here if I wasn't there for their dads.. so I hope you didn't call ME a FIEND?
although Ive been called worse!!!
At a party or social occasion I will certainly enjoy some wine or whatever... Fortunately I know my limits and I CAN control myself until the very last guest is out of sight... THEN I will drop down and sleep...... to wake up within 3 hours with the mother of all headaches.....
So this is a confession of my willingness to enjoy whatever Life offers me without loosing my dignity.....
It's been 9 hrs since you posted this question...are you sober yet?
" Children nourish by the bottle of church moral values often wake up with terrible hangovers. I'm still feeling woozy."
http://silentreed.hubpages.com/hub/conf … y-ghost-78
nobody knew I came to the forums drunk till I came sober one day.
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