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the older i get the more im unsure of whats before us and whats after. somehow the idea of eternal bliss and eternal torture just seems kinda silly to me now, it just doesnt make sense to me, yeah i know its called faith. but at this point im wondering if its mankind just thinking of ways to make himself feel better. he invents these ideas to put some kind of meaning to the life "he" is living, makes him think hes more important than he really is and that he will go on in this life or the next - "he" will survive.
frankly i wont mind if theres nothing after this life, what i dont know i wont miss. lol
the worse part of feeling the way i do now - is that i really do want to go back to those days of thinking in religion terms, i want to believe again, but im just not sure anymore. yet i like that warm blanket feeling, unfortunately lately im feeling cold and cant seem to find it anymore. too many things in life lately have been making me feel its wishful thinking, like ur pretty much out there in this big ol world by urself, aint nobody gonna save u but urself..
oh well thats life. lol
Sweetheart, I feel exactly the same way.
When first discovered Topix , was feeling that I had found a gold mine.
And in a way did.
(Didn't we all?)
So much personal life experience and education being shared freely along with amazing unsung talent and skills....
This was a bibliophiles dream come true.
At that time seeking answers to "The Truth" and insight to others pure, brave and uncensored thoughts.
I've come to the conclusion and would like to think that if there is an omnipotence in this universe;
that it is at the most,
and at the least,
That works for this little soul/ spirit/ spark.
The events in our world unfolding these days are magnificent.
My hope that if it is the end of times as we know them...
That somehow we can leave behind a richer record of our times on this planet than our ancestors were able to.
That somehow future generations will have the ability to find answers to "our mysteries" easier and helpful to their lifetimes.