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Posted by ěrjan V°llestad on August 1, 2001 09:31:15 UTC

I'm standing in a roadcross, where i want to choose one direction. I have never believed in god, but I can't exclude him either. None of the theories i have been thinking about, discussed in the past 5 years, have given me real answers. I believe that what we all are, what everything is, we will not find out in my lifetime, but I believe it is so VERY complex and amazing, so why can't the theory of god be true?

I hope someone can give me serious inout here..

/ěrjan V°llestad

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