#65 Apr 25, 2013
It's your choice.
So who will you become?
#66 Apr 25, 2013
It doesn't seem to me that this fantastically marvelous universe, this tremendous range of time and space and different kinds of animals, and all the different planets, and all these atoms with all their motions, and so on, all this complicated thing can merely be a stage so that God can watch human beings struggle for good and evil - which is the view that religion has. The stage is too big for the drama.
-Richard P. Feynman
#67 Apr 25, 2013
It is stupid and reckless to believe in eternal life on insufficient evidence. This very delusion has tragically ended the one life that many millions of people had before they had a chance to live it.
#68 Apr 25, 2013
This Mulligan is one of the many ugly faces of the delusion of god and eternal life:
#69 Apr 25, 2013
The poor bugger just couldn't imagine a bigger god. I looked him up.
We are here to constantly re-invent ourselves...we are here to make a choice -within certain constraints- through all of our actions and deeds in our lives. We invent ourselves through the very next choice we make ust a fraction of a second away from reading this.
We are here to make the next "best" choice...
This is what the drama is in the play called planet earth is...
What is your "next best choice" you make in the shadow of an event called the Boston terrorist bombing?
There are lots of people who have made spectacular "next best choices" after this event.
God rains on the good and bad people alike?
Who are you!
#70 Apr 25, 2013
We invent ourselves through the very next choice we make just a fraction of a second away from reading this.
#71 Apr 25, 2013
The choice I make in the shadow of an event called the Boston terrorist bombing is to condemn the superstitious delusions that caused it.
The harmful delusions of god and an afterlife.
#72 Apr 25, 2013
D+ "next best choice". You got a long ride ahead of you.
Sooo, guns kill people?
#73 Apr 25, 2013
For those in love with an illusion often refuse to accept reality
#74 Apr 25, 2013
The idea that things must have a beginning is really due to the poverty of our imagination.
#75 Apr 25, 2013
The most dangerous aspect of religion is its tendency to glorify the absurd and justify the abhorrent.
#76 Apr 25, 2013
"Who are you?"
#77 Apr 25, 2013
It's an insidious idea, this notion that there is life after death. The promise of a reward in the afterlife has been used as an excuse to deny help to the poor, helpless and oppressed; to explain away human misery rather than deal with it. It is an idea that is used to encourage young men and women to kill themselves, and others, so that they can become martyrs. It allows victims of injustice to be told not to worry because justice will be done in the afterlife. It depresses me to think that so many people on the planet live their lives with this notion. Can we truly fulfill our potential as a species as long as we hold on to, and encourage, the perpetuation of the lie of life after death?
#78 Apr 25, 2013
"I Love you"
"I love you"
"I Love you"
"I love you"
"I Love you"
"I love you"
#79 Apr 25, 2013
I wasn't taking requests but since that's a decent one...
old studio version with Kieth-
I woke up in a Soho doorway
A policeman knew my name
He said "You can go sleep at home tonight
If you can get up and walk away"
I staggered back to the underground
And the breeze blew back my hair
I remember throwin' punches around
And preachin' from my chair
Well, who are you?[chorus]
I took the tube back out of town
Back to the Rollin' Pin
I felt a little like a dying clown
With a streak of Rin Tin Tin
I stretched back and I hiccupped
And looked back on my busy day
Eleven hours in the Tin Pan
God, there's got to be another way
Who are you?[chorus]
I know there's a place you walked
Where love falls from the trees
My heart is like a broken cup
I only feel right on my knees
I spit out like a sewer hole
Yet still recieve your kiss
How can I measure up to anyone now
After such a love as this?
#80 Apr 25, 2013
Another of the many ugly faces of the delusion of god and eternal life:
#81 Apr 25, 2013
So, guns kill people?
#82 Apr 25, 2013
Right, it's all about pennies, cheap entertainment and fame? It does help you cope in the hollow and empty world you create...
I don't like quotes because they don't have any context...
Mostly misused and ending in garbage...
#83 Apr 25, 2013
Delusional beliefs in imaginary gods and eternal life kill people.
#84 Apr 25, 2013
-no mikey, no gun ever killed anyone
eugenicists murder millions though, like the one SueQ just quoted here
watch the second half of it->
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