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The next morning after I blog about my communication with God, where I learned that this non-existent divine being is deeply irritated with us humans, a cartoon pops up in my Facebook feed with similar message.
Posted at 10:29 AM in God, Humor | Permalink
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Yeah pretty funny. There should also be a cartoon about how the world accidentally formed humans that act as a cancer on one another and this planet, but I guess it's hard to make fun of a brain dead universe especially when you think it magically created itself. Now the belief that the universe magically created itself that's funny.
is god real |
June 03, 2012 at 08:06 PM
Wow! Your God and the God in my head sound very similar... except mine curses a lot more.
I wonder sometimes why I seem to get so upset at others holding certain beliefs I personally consider so blindingly obviously ill-considered and inferior (whilst at the same time realising that I am no keeper-of-the-truth and am as liable to human error as the next person).
I suspect it may have something to do with democracy: their thinking affects their voting which affects my society and therefore can affect my life.
That annoys the crap out of me.
If I was living in a dictatorship, where the dictator believed everything I did, then I suspect I wouldn't get so annoyed.
June 03, 2012 at 09:56 PM
Just visiting and clicked on the discussion group link -- you say it "hasn't seen a lot of action", but I'm telling, there's plenty of action there now! Not very spiritual action though. ;)
Jason Wingate |
June 04, 2012 at 03:15 PM
Jason, yeah, it's a nightmare. I don't even want to look at the discussion group. I changed my email address a long time ago. Now I can't figure out a way to retrieve the password I used to set up the group, since Google will only send the password to the email address used to set it up.
Oh, well. It gives spammers a place to play around. Someday I'll figure out a way to delete the group, once I convince Google Groups I'm the rightful administrator.
Brian Hines |
June 04, 2012 at 03:32 PM
I like your sharing.
Jordan 1 KO |
June 04, 2012 at 11:11 PM
WE ARE A SONG
Next just sing It
and BE IT
That's all for today
Just eternal Goose Bumps
And more so : when U have a sudden crush in yr life
you realize it's the same song, singed, . . . . . . wherever, . . . all the time
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