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How Can We Tell If You Are A Realist? By An Opinion You Hold?

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Posted by Mikey Pearson on October 23, 2003 03:50:24 UTC

"Neal Jensen" wrote:
Wow! there is no end in sight.My point on religion is it is all selfish Language Removed because of what you are going to get in the end.What is it?The one thing your going to get after its all over.Me I want nothing and thats what I think there is."

Do you ever inquire about these questions
(is there a built-in purpose or meaning of life, what are good ethics, what are we really, is there an operating manual for Spaceship Earth and if so where is it, and if not, do we need one? what came before us? what can we learn from that? and etc. )
or is your "realist" opinion simply a way to save time by
never considering those subjects

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