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Religion sez 4 tards

by BlueDiamond

I have a feeling that I’m going to be the invisible girl on this web-site for now on. My last post that has gotten the most posting, let me un-iron some kinks to guys might have. I do not hate strippers personally by all means if you entertain mostly men while being mostly naked is your thing, then do it. I was expressing why I wouldn’t be a good fit like trust me, if I was to go into a strip to fill-out an application. I would get denied. I never said or believe that women should go back into the kitchen, and finally the big one, I don’t care if a woman had a sex career to make on top. I know that strippers make a lot of money, but that doesn’t mean that I’m going to admire this type of work. This fallacy gets on my nerves. This is like saying that Donald Trump is rich, so why not like him, but clearly I can see that other people don’t like him. Now, let me switch it again. Hillary Clinton has a lot of money, but I don’t a bunch of guys worshiping her. Overall, I don’t like sex work, but you won’t see me trying to to put a ban on it. This is my opinion, and opinions are like buttholes, everyone has one. Did I mention that my goal was to never have sex with another human being again? I’m confident that I’ll complete this goal. I now know how to turn men off. Tell them that I hate sex, strip clubs, and Hooters. Genius!

Real topic, I was raised to be a Christian all my life. I tried to be good for God, and I use to write letters to him praising, and I would hide them outside. Sure, I had all these questions about Christianity, even stupid ones like why doesn’t God have a wife, other Gods had wives, but I told that no matter what God’s logic was I was suppose to love him. After leaving high school, I begin to have doubt in God. The life I wanted never came, and worse my mom would use to religion to control like God doesn’t want you to be rich. In other words, God gave a life that I basically didn’t agree with. It doesn’t matter, I’m suppose to love him, but screw it. I feel like he never built a relationship with him. I tried to get close to him, but he never there to support me like a shitty parent. Finally, I become agnostic. Atheist-ism never fit me because they don’t believe in an afterlife, and now there are so many things wrong with the Christianity system. The simple going to heaven or hell system is wrong because it enables bad people to go to heaven and good people to go to hell.

Shouldn’t people be good because they are good, and not because they believe that some sky daddy will let him to heaven? If good people do really exist. I could go on about the problems of Christianity, but then I might write a book, and other atheists have already did that. I did a quick google search on whether the afterlife exists, and scientists assume that it exist due to parallel dimensions, and even Stephen Hawkings is changing his atheist beliefs, but never really researched it enough.

I believe that the afterlife is more complex than this heaven and hell. We didn’t simply go to hell, instead the afterlife is made of multiple layers, where each person has a chance to go up, and there are loved ones to help them. When people died, they are greeted by loved ones when they wake up in a hospital-like setting. This sounds better. I tend to think that once a I die, I would be surrounded by my real friends. I would tell them that planet earth sucks and to never go there, then my friends would be like well that sucks, and then we go off to party.

I once prayed to ask what the afterlife would be like, when I commit suicide, and I received this peaceful loving vibe. I saw an image of this circle of light spinning, and four arms supporting me and bringing me to this circle. Yeah, I have too many paranormal experiences to booth to really be an atheist. So what, maybe I imagined them. Earthy religions don’t fill me. I feel like something in them are missing, but at the same time, there are some truths to them. I could attack other religions, but my post is too long as it is. What do you think that afterlife is like?


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PhotographyIsMyLife 5/9/2017 - 2:06 pm

That’s the scary thing…I don’t know. I think you become a pure energy being…totally free. Like you said, you see all those dear to you…including animals. You get answers to the questions that are unanswerable here. I do believe your “hell” is no longer being able to affect anything here; undo any harm you’ve done, help living family or friends, no longer being able to help someone in need, etc.
I love your vision of multiple layers of heaven. Reminds me of Dante’s multiple layers of hell. Only I don’t think you get to change the layer you’re at.

whiskered-fish 5/9/2017 - 4:20 pm

Well, I’m a Christian (albeit a very, very bad one), so I believe in Heaven and Hell. But I also believe that they’re different for each person (not all people in Hell are punished the same, not all people are in Heaven are rewarded the same) and that both are sort of beyond description.

I don’t know where suicides end up, but I tell myself that it’s Hell because that keeps me from doing it. Maybe it isn’t, or maybe it’s decided on a case-by-case basis. Who knows.

I’ve also entertained other ideas before. I’ve been an annihilationist before, which is basically a Christian that doesn’t believe in “Hell”, exactly, which actually isn’t as contradictory as it sounds. They make some good points. If I become an annihilationist again, though, I’m catching the first bus outta here. I wouldn’t mind being erased from existence.

Before I was a Christian, I was caught between the belief that there’s nothing at all, or that there is something, but it’s entirely beyond our understanding, so it isn’t worth thinking about.

I don’t really believe in ghosts, but sometimes, I could almost swear that my dead stepdad is lurking somewhere in the house, watching me. But I’m also a paranoid nutcase, so…y’know. Grain of salt.

All I know is, I sincerely hope that it isn’t reincarnation. If I get reincarnated, I’m going to be absolutely furious. I already don’t want to live. I sure as hell don’t want to live again.

Sorry for this mile-long comment. I’m sure I’ll be embarrassed of it later.

a1957 5/9/2017 - 5:55 pm

Just thought I would chimein . I am a christian too, but not a stellar one. Anyway I counted between 8 and 10 suicides in the bible, depending on how you classify those deaths. Some of those suicides were believers. There are also suicide attempts. There is one contemplation of it by an apostle, no less.
I noticed suicide is neither condemned nor condoned in the bible. The “go to hell” for suicide thing seems to have it’s origins in pronouncements made by Augustine in about 300 AD. In other words, that is his opinion and yet during the 2500 years it took to write the bible suicide was never a moral issue at all. Just sayin’…

Diem S. Sky 5/9/2017 - 5:19 pm

“Shouldn’t people be good because they are good, and not because they believe that some sky daddy will let him to heaven?”

But the thing is, people are not good, so they need to believe in a sky daddy to stay in line.

wanttodie2 5/10/2017 - 1:23 am

I am an atheist and to be honest it is hard for me to understand how people still believe in supernatural this days. But I respect all kind of religions, of course

Morris 5/10/2017 - 1:59 am

“It’s easier to fool people than it is to convince people they’ve been fooled”.
Retards seldom realize that they’re mentally retarded. They’re just happy being themselves.

You gotta figure this shit out on your own.

nepheliad 5/10/2017 - 3:25 am

Whoever wants to “fool” or use people instead of being honest and upfront with them, is taking the coward’s way out. As Trump would say, “Weak.” (Not a fan of his, but I appreciate his anti-bullshit attitude.)

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