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Life Is Meaningful, It Cannot Be "nothing"

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on July 2, 2000 04:24:10 UTC

I am sorry that you feel that way Neo, that to ask questions and try to find answers ends in life being nothing, I hope you do not really mean that, for even if god does exist, that would not be the case, for it would be god which gave us these abilities, to question, to hear, see, feel, and learn. To use our limited abilities of reason is part of the heart, emotions, and desires.
I believe if god exists, it would be dissapointed if we did not question, and expect answers.
I also see the universe as beautiful, I wish I could prolong my awareness to see more of it.
I trust what I can verify, the rest I leave to the future.

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