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Re: KNOW ONE WILL EVER KNOW WHERE WE CAME FROM

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Posted by Tön/">Tön on February 19, 1999 11:22:53 UTC

: I had a huge agrguement today with my boyfriend on the : origin of the world. He believes in the bigbang theory. : I said I wasn't sure. We ended up fighting over different : things like whether there is a God or not. I don't : believe that God is a person. I beleive in the spirit of : God. It is this that brings some form of orginisation : to the world. It gives people a meaningless reason to : live. Something that makes people feel as though they : have a perpose on the earth. As for his theory on the : origin of the Earth. I don't think that anyone will ever : know how the Earth came to be. THERE IS NO 100% PROOF. : THERE ARE JUST VERY BELIEVABLE THEORIES. I'm not saying that : he's wrong. But I'm not saying that he's right either. : The possiblities on how Earth came to be are endless. Life : didn't just appear. When I asked other people at school : they said life began with one atom or molecule. Well that : one molecule or atom had to come from somewhere. : Gee, for all we know our entire universe could be a tiny : scientific experiment being done by a race of super intellegent : giants. We could just be someone's little experimentation. : Creating life inside of a peetrie dish.

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Yes, indeed. Life is a mystery that cannot be solve but a mystery to be lived. Whatever conclusion you may come up with...dive in it's blissful embrace.

Tön

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