“Eleanor, Where is your heart?!”

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#63 Nov 21, 2012
Fish_sticks wrote:
To learn, soul growth, being a better person.
Jesus is the way.

“Never summon "Anything" ....”

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..... you can't banish, lol

#64 Nov 21, 2012
I fish wrote:
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Jesus is the way.
That is your opinion, I do not follow your faith.

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Erstwhile

#65 Nov 21, 2012
PESCreate wrote:
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I Just noticed the jugits opinions.
I do not believe they are new as much as creative.
Hmmm, where did they run off too?
Wonder what other profiles It has???
I don't care yet, they haven't done anything to offend
me ... yet.
:)
HA HA
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#66 Nov 21, 2012
Interesting question. The fossil record speaks for itself.

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#67 Nov 21, 2012
PESCreate wrote:
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OMG - you wouldn't believe the things I've learned.
Who KNOWs Indeed???
I could never have imagined the things I've seen some
do out here. Wish they would come in and answers the questions.
As I said before, those that have little to hide are those that
dare to voice their opinions.
So profound :~)
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#68 Nov 21, 2012
The Colonel Mustard wrote:
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So profound :~)
Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?

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#69 Nov 21, 2012
PESCreate wrote:
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I find that to be interesting and funny.
What is 42 - no, please don't come back and tell me.
Tiger, I truly think it is a shame I made a bad error in judgment with that MOD and PM's thread. Still think you could have backed off a bit instead of doing all that you did. You made me madder than a wet hen and so... well, you know so.
Ticks me off when someone gets a thread going and then just walks off leaving us to wonder what their hopes were in creating new discussions.
Settle down Sugar, so frenetic Ü

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#70 Nov 21, 2012
archaeopteryx wrote:
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Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?
Why yes, indeed I do

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#71 Nov 21, 2012
PESCreate wrote:
The meaning of life to me is to love and be kind to one another. It means reaching out with a generous heart to those in need and respecting nature.
No one ever said it was going to be pleasant at all times, nor are we properly taught all the challenges we may face.
It's difficult to navigate at times through all the unpleasant experiences some may have.
I could go on and on ...
That is beautiful<3

And I have no doubt you could go on and on and on...

“Live Each Day and Have Fun !”

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Where I am at .

#72 Nov 21, 2012
Stand up for yourself, and what you believe. And don't take any crap ! Life is short !

“Eleanor, Where is your heart?!”

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#73 Nov 21, 2012
archaeopteryx wrote:
Interesting question. The fossil record speaks for itself.
The fossil record gives glory to God...because that is the meaning of life. I didn't invent circular reasoning... Who invented the '=' sign?

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#74 Nov 21, 2012
I fish wrote:
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The fossil record gives glory to God...because that is the meaning of life. I didn't invent circular reasoning... Who invented the '=' sign?
That is one funny profile

“Just a lil' humor there.....”

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OR NOT .... <[;-)

#75 Nov 21, 2012
The Colonel Mustard wrote:
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That is beautiful<3
And I have no doubt you could go on and on and on...
Hahaha - I saw how many on's you included there.

Hmmmm, Have you told us yet, what the meaning of life means to you??
Ha?

Oh, Do tell.
;~)

**frenetic//lol**

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#76 Nov 21, 2012
PESCreate wrote:
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Hahaha - I saw how many on's you included there.
Hmmmm, Have you told us yet, what the meaning of life means to you??
Ha?
Oh, Do tell.
;~)
**frenetic//lol**
Being the deep thinker that I am HA HA

And the fact that I am just about to put my brains to sleep

I'll have to get back to you on this one :~)

“Eleanor, Where is your heart?!”

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#77 Nov 21, 2012
The Colonel Mustard wrote:
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That is one funny profile
mine?
I should go read it.

What's yours.

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#78 Nov 21, 2012
I fish wrote:
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mine?
I should go read it.
What's yours.
Even funnier than yours Pal

Everything in it is BS other than the fact that I love Western Literature Ü

“Eleanor, Where is your heart?!”

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#79 Nov 21, 2012
The Colonel Mustard wrote:
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Even funnier than yours Pal
Everything in it is BS other than the fact that I love Western Literature Ü
Does putting a man's picture up help you talk tough? pal?
I was thinking you should get to know professor Bhaer and marry someone like Lousia May Alcott after you insult her best efforts to make a living...because of the whol transcendental thing. Like I was totally researching it...on wikipedia but still last timewe watched Little Women and I drove my mom crazy...she thought I was off the deep end...because i sort of tried to compare what made transcendentalists of Louisa May Alcott's day sort of like people who want less government today. Not really getting into saying sin doesn't exist...but that the potential to want to do good and be good...is there. It was involved and check it out...this dude Kant came to this:Conclusion. On the determination of the bounds of pure reason

§ 57. We cannot know things in themselves, that is, things as they are apart from being experienced. However, things in themselves may exist and there may be other ways of knowing them, apart from our experience. We must guard against assuming that the limits of our reason are the limits of the possibility of things in themselves. To do this, we must determine the boundary of the use of our reason. We want to know about the soul. We want to know about the size and origin of the world, and whether we have free will. We want to know about a Supreme Being. Our reason must stay within the boundary of appearances but it assumes that there can be knowledge of the things–in–themselves that exist beyond that boundary. Mathematics and natural science stay within the boundary of appearances and have no need to go beyond. The nature of reason is that it wants to go beyond appearances and wants to know the basis of appearances. Reason never stops asking "why?." Reason won't rest until it knows the complete condition for the whole series of conditions. Complete conditions are thought of as being the transcendental Ideas of the immaterial Soul, the whole world, and the Supreme Being. In order to think about these beings of mere thought, we symbolically attribute sensuous properties to them. In this way, the Ideas mark the bounds of human reason. They exist at the boundary because we speak and think about them as if they possess the properties of both appearances and things–in–themselves.

Why is reason predisposed to metaphysical, dialectical inferences? In order to strengthen morality, reason has a tendency to be unsatisfied with physical explanations that relate only to nature and the sensible world. Reason uses Ideas that are beyond the sensible world as analogies of sensible objects. The psychological Idea of the Soul is a deterrent from materialism. The cosmological Ideas of freedom and natural necessity, as well as the magnitude and duration of the world, serve to oppose
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolegomena_to_a...

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#80 Nov 21, 2012
I fish wrote:
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Does putting a man's picture up help you talk tough? pal?
I was thinking you should get to know professor Bhaer and marry someone like Lousia May Alcott after you insult her best efforts to make a living...because of the whol transcendental thing. Like I was totally researching it...on wikipedia but still last timewe watched Little Women and I drove my mom crazy...she thought I was off the deep end...because i sort of tried to compare what made transcendentalists of Louisa May Alcott's day sort of like people who want less government today. Not really getting into saying sin doesn't exist...but that the potential to want to do good and be good...is there. It was involved and check it out...this dude Kant came to this:Conclusion. On the determination of the bounds of pure reason
§ 57. We cannot know things in themselves, that is, things as they are apart from being experienced. However, things in themselves may exist and there may be other ways of knowing them, apart from our experience. We must guard against assuming that the limits of our reason are the limits of the possibility of things in themselves. To do this, we must determine the boundary of the use of our reason. We want to know about the soul. We want to know about the size and origin of the world, and whether we have free will. We want to know about a Supreme Being. Our reason must stay within the boundary of appearances but it assumes that there can be knowledge of the things–in–themselves that exist beyond that boundary. Mathematics and natural science stay within the boundary of appearances and have no need to go beyond. The nature of reason is that it wants to go beyond appearances and wants to know the basis of appearances. Reason never stops asking "why?." Reason won't rest until it knows the complete condition for the whole series of conditions. Complete conditions are thought of as being the transcendental Ideas of the immaterial Soul, the whole world, and the Supreme Being. In order to think about these beings of mere thought, we symbolically attribute sensuous properties to them. In this way, the Ideas mark the bounds of human reason. They exist at the boundary because we speak and think about them as if they possess the properties of both appearances and things–in–themselves.
Why is reason predisposed to metaphysical, dialectical inferences? In order to strengthen morality, reason has a tendency to be unsatisfied with physical explanations that relate only to nature and the sensible world. Reason uses Ideas that are beyond the sensible world as analogies of sensible objects. The psychological Idea of the Soul is a deterrent from materialism. The cosmological Ideas of freedom and natural necessity, as well as the magnitude and duration of the world, serve to oppose
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolegomena_to_a...
Calm down Son

A little too much in you just waiting to come out huh?

“Eleanor, Where is your heart?!”

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#81 Nov 21, 2012
The Colonel Mustard wrote:
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Calm down Son
A little too much in you just waiting to come out huh?
Wait a second...I didn't get to the interesting
part.I thought I highlighted everything...wups.

naturalism, which asserts that mere physical explanations are sufficient. The theological Idea of God frees reason from fatalism.

§ 58. We cannot know the Supreme Being absolutely or as it is in itself. We can know it as it relates to us and to the world. By means of analogy, we can know the relationship between God and us. The relationship can be like the love of a parent for a child, or of a clock–maker for his clock. We know, by analogy, only the relationship, not the unknown things that are related. In this way, we think of the world as if it was made by a Supreme Rational Being.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prolegomena_to_a...

I am Calm. You're not my parent.

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#82 Nov 22, 2012
I fish wrote:
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The fossil record gives glory to God...because that is the meaning of life. I didn't invent circular reasoning... Who invented the '=' sign?
I think the fossil record shows that we evolved.

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