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Re: If There Is No God...

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Posted by richard david/">richard david on August 18, 1999 11:47:26 UTC

: : : ...what is the ultimate purpose of my existance?

: : don't respond with a coy remark, such as:

: : "who say's there is a purpose?" etc...

: there really is no ultimate purpose

::Cynthia,if you mean an intelligent being that created the universe as God, then although I think there may be such a being, what really counts for me is the existence of a supernatural world that is populated by lessor yet intelligent beings, some of whom were formerly human in their physical existence. Meaning is preserved if what we think of as God is really nature, a nature that includes both physical and non-physical worlds in which our consciousness survives and continues to evolve. That's enough for me. How about you? Richard

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