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Posted by Jack McGee on June 12, 2001 03:43:30 UTC

And I never called you a Pragmatist :-(~
And yes, the only thing that matters in life
is happiness. ( Which is achieved in every-which-way possible by millions of people a day, so don't
think that people have to be insane , illogical,
or unproductive to BE happy. ( And yes that is what you were suggesting )
-One other quicky : The belief of a people cannot
be DISPROVEN. People who spend their life trying to live their life outside the contexts of any
belief system aren't usually content. Just recently saw a documentary on Atheists ( for ex. )
Not one of em' ( 12 interviewed ) stuck with
their " beliefs " of Atheism ( Logic, no God )
They switched throughout the coarse of their lives. Eventually 4 of them incorporated bits and
pieces of many religions into their own made-up religion. HOW SICK IS THIS? Not sick at all...
What ever floats your boat. ( in short, whatever makes ya happy ) Which is what these DECISIVE, BELIEF-KILLERS ended up doing to themselves. ( SETTLING DOWN ON ONE BELIEF )
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To deny one's own impulses is to deny the very thing that makes us human.--
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It is imperative that a human have something to
support his existence with. Does that humble us?
YES IT DOES , AND THAT'S WHY I THINK SO MANY PEOPLE WANT TO " DISPROVE THINGS " BECAUSE THEY
AREN"T MAN ENOUGH TO ADMIT THEY ARE DEPENDANT!
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So there.

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