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I Might Call It Belief Based On Hard Evidence

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on July 4, 2000 13:38:20 UTC

I see what you are saying, there is no proof either way, but there is a big difference.
I know for a fact that I exist, regardless of the philosophies that claim we can "know" nothing.
As far as gods existance, there is tremendous reasoning behind the disbelief of the skeptical.
I confront myself constantly, personal bravery?
I see it as my natural personality through the experiances of life in an individual higher awareness of my surroundings which most humans have, it is just a choice whether you want to truely question and seek answers to existance.
I know I am, that is the begining, then go on to what exactly is it that I am that I know I am?

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