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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: If Science Is To Explain God

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on March 26, 2000 12:20:23 UTC

Everyone keeps talking about this mind of god, if we could really know such a thing, all our problems would be solved, where is it anyway?
Life overall has the meaning of existance and importance to self preservation in general, when speaking of how this applies to any living thing.
As far as death not having a meaning and what a cruel meaningless existance we have, as far as we are concerned, what does this change in our lives?
Death is simply the end of an organism, why do you want to make everything so much more than it is? Regardless of the overall meaningless of our lives as compaired to a universal scale, our personal meaningfulness is chosen, it applies to our everyday lives and those we interact with and then secondarily through those we have interacted with as they interact with others. Not such a bad existance to have no specified meaning by the universe or some supreame being...

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