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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on November 2, 2001 02:29:25 UTC

but who cares!

Anyway, the whole thing on this site seems to have become a debate which says its either this or that; god or math: Meaning the overall jist of all conversations, less the interpersonal play.
Why not think about history as a flowing thing, not caterogised with check points of god or math.
We see so many absolutes, what a pitty, especially when we are not as bound as we think.
Letting lose of the minds dictated resraints is not all that bad of a feeling, and then the thoughts after that applied to our surroundings take on a much bigger feel. Reality is so hard to ever even get close to grasping, that it makes even little pieces seem overwhelming.
I miss the bliss of my youth!
Theories will always abound, regardless of the reality of them.
We alredy know we will never know it all.
But what then? Self subjection to default?
Who of any intelligence could do so?

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