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“We don’t get to chose what is true. We only get to choose what we do about it.”
I find that one of the biggest flaws within the minds of Christians is the thought carried by it’s followers not only that they understand their own religion, but that those that had written the bible even understood the words of god or his prophets. Try explaining how genetic mutations led to evolution to a populace who thought their hearts were beating as a result of magic. What do you get? A one page bulleted summary from an idiot that didn’t understand what was being explained to him called Genesis.
-Universe is created
-Land is created
-Water is created
-Sea creatures form
-Beasts of the land
Forgive me if I missed something, but that sounds like a child explaining the stages of the earth being built and then evolution. Explain the creation of the universe and evolution to an idiot with no concept of science? It makes sense that it’s then regurgitated out of his overwhelmed perspective (which he additionally has to state in a way that his fellow idiots can grasp) as “well in seven days there was a sparkly poof of magnificence from the tip of gods cock that made you.” Instead of realizing simple losses in translation (between languages as well as a series of idiots playing telephone) the modern populace still latches onto the words of simple minds INSTEAD of seeing existence as one cohesiveness matter… No we the people must divide and argue instead. Now this is just one topic where logic/science is made out to be some form of THE WORDS OF DEMONIC FORCES [dun dun DUN]… Let alone the rest… But alas existence can be presented plainly (without the archaic notions of fools who could not grasp the terms) and yet it’s still lost in trends of the politically correct, group mentalities/opinions without independent thought (both religious and atheists), as well as the cultures/stigmas/traditions of a fractured society caught within a whirlwind of a loss to logic.
In a pursuit of perspective I had visited many ministers, priests, nuns, etc from various denominations/religions over the years and I spoke with them candidly about their beliefs. Now the emphasis that I set on this is “their beliefs”. All religious ‘shepherds’ (catholic church, protestant church, synagogue, or whatever else) seemed to actually wander off from sanctioned beliefs when asked the right questions. I’d ask about opinions on one matter to the next with responses such as “the bible says” or “the church states” but after asking “but what’s your opinion on _____” (most often coinciding with a logical objection); That’s where things would usually take a shift. No matter the religious sect, more often than not, the preacher would acknowledge that due to translation, intellectual, and perspective limits from thousands of years ago— they were preaching the words of fools but the words of fools was still the closest that they had to discover a truth. At points I felt bad because, while some of these people smiled and talked with a tone resembling relief, others spoke in solemn sadness when admitting this to me. My mission was to never bring about doubt but rather to discover who the individuals truly were separate from their display on a scripted stage. I surmise that those who grew sad only had faith within the strength of a collective and faith independently was either weak or absent. Where a shepherd without his flock is as lost as his sheep, I guess. That is where logic is so often thought as evil; Where independent thought, beliefs and faith is so watered down that the collective is all that they have. This small fraction (yet loud) portion of leadership is where the cult-ish mindset starts to take root but spreads like wildfire through an equally fearful populace.
Then there were those who truly did adopt every scripture by it’s literal meaning as their own with no room for independent thought, logic, historical documentation, nor any regards for the numerous contradictions that were spun within the text. The children of the faithless shepherds over a time span long or brief. These are the people that are so rewritten/brainwashed that they could readily damn or even kill those who oppose them without shedding a tear. The men who fuel continuous wars both internally and externally. They are not only content with proclaiming damnation on those outside of their respective denominations, but also against the man that sits beside them in their own church pews— That is, if they dared to cross them on certain grounds. They attempt to justify their stances with talks of heaven and godly rights while trying to act as god themselves. Arrogance at it’s finest. If they were to die, go to heaven, and it ended up being anything too far from what they expected then they’d, being so sure of themselves, more than likely reject it. So closed minded that they themselves become god and define how the bricks lay in heavens corridor. That’s not religion. That’s insanity. Think this statement is offensive? How would you react if you died and while you stood in heaven a homosexual that just committed suicide stood next to you? Would you be able to accept this? If the answer is no then you are insane and need to stop thinking you’re god. You giant luxurious self-exalted douche.
The point of all of this is that I don’t care what religion you are (or you’re absent of). It should be recognized that defining religion and god is something that transcends your perspective and existence— Just as it did to the men who listened to various prophets and then decided to regurgitate that vomit onto you. Find your beliefs, stances, and faith on your own grounds/interpretations. You will more than likely do this foolishly and have to revise it, but at least it’s then your foolish beliefs that you can progress off of and not the finite beliefs that gush out as law from someone else. Most who dedicate their lives to religion find their own faith, so why can’t their retarded sheep do it too?
My life is lived for myself. The decisions I make are my own. I consider the lives, emotions, and perspectives of others (far more than they consider mine) but their perspectives are still not mine. I am a hard critic on myself and will humble (or even destroy) myself when need be, but the judgement of another will not bring my face to the dirt. I will die for those I love but I will never lie about who I am so that they love me back. I will always guard and fight for those I love, but I will never surrender my values for the privilege to march beside them. I am an individual and I’m myself. You can always trust me to represent myself for who I am, but never think that who I am represents a sacrificial bond to who you are. View this for what it is or don’t look upon me. Love me for who I am or don’t love me at all.
It’s much easier to alter variables before the equation is calculated by the mathematician in attempts to get closer to a desirable outcome than to try and convince the person solving it that an 8 is actually a 6.