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Make the BEST of the life you have NOW. Do your best. Do what makes YOU happy. Please only the ones that are important to you. Do not try to impress people...

 

In short: Be yourself, and enjoy the ride!

 

That has been my life approach for many years now...

looks like we have the same outlook on this. cause altho i would love the idea of coming back again in this body or another (in fact i hate the idea of being dead, and my life to end, not taking part of this world anymore, not knowing whats next, how history evolves.... )  i don think it is gonna happen.

 

so i'm trying to enjoy life to the fullest and be the best barbara i can be... learning from my mistakes but also accepting my shortcommings 

 

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So, to learn we are here is the most popular opinion...

 

I've read the other day Bono said in one of the last concerts: "It's the end of the world as we know it..."

 

I'm looking for the article and the source to tell you better...

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I've read the other day Bono said in one of the last concerts: "It's the end of the world as we know it..."

 

Those are lyrics to an REM song. I believe they used a snippet of that song because Michael Stipe was at the show that night.
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I've read the other day Bono said in one of the last concerts: "It's the end of the world as we know it..."

 

Those are lyrics to an REM song. I believe they used a snippet of that song because Michael Stipe was at the show that night.

 

Thanks for the information,

but why that specific sentence ?

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I think we come from God, and have a bit of the divine within us. When we die, we return to God, who accepts us and loves us as we are. Whether we come again as another person, in another life, I just can't decide. Sometimes I think we do, sometimes I think not. This much I'm sure of: we will never have another chance to live THIS life again, and the greatest thing we can do is leave this world better than we found it.

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Naz, I'm not sure why that specific sentence. I do know that the song is one of REM's more popular songs, though. It's actually one of my favorites. Here's a link to the song if you want to hear it.

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nazhira']

If you read again you'll see that's exactly what I'm saying...

 

The specific sentence about religions is what I think about them.

 

Me, I'm the person who would never put limits what other people wants to say, I you want to critizice Mormons, you have the right to do it. In the same way I have the right to say that I think this discussion is not the one I'm interested in. But It's just what I feel.

 

PS: How have you been doing mummy ? I hope everything is ok in you life !

Sorry Naz,  I was in a rush when I read it.  And I only glanced over it quickly and then made a quick response.  My mistake.  :-)

 

Anyway, to address the original question/observation without referring to anyone's religious affiliations:

 

I don't believe in any existence other than the existence we have now.  I don't believe we lived before and that we will live as someone else when we die.  I believe that the force that actuates our mind creates a personality based on that force and its interaction with the chemicals within our brain.  The force itself has no mind or personality in itself.  It's similar to electricity in that electrical power is nothing unless it has a medium for conducting itself.  ah.... I have a banquet to go to now but I'll finish this later..... it's a long discussion that requires a lot of explaining.... needless to say,  I've spent many hours thinking on this
Hi sweety ! you have nothing to be sorry about. You know I love you...

 

that force, it's a good idea, but still that force can make us live many lives, or go to heaven, or live in hell like others say... what about this force... when, how, where, who, ... ? The "force" I talk about does not have personality or an ability to "memorize" because it doesn't have a brain.  The "force" is the life-force given to us from God.  It has no feelings, it has no sense of awareness, it has no life in itself.  It only becomes active within a body and this actuation only takes place at conception and the force is taken from one living being to another (i.e. a mother to a baby).  What that means is that we all share the same force going back to the very first humans - Adam and Eve.  So, how it works is that God put the life force into Adam. God then made Eve and put the life force into her. When Adam and Eve had children, they passed that life-force on and so on and so forth all the way down to you and I. We too have the ability to use pass that force onto our children.  The force itself has no affiliation with any particular human because it just duplicates itself as part of the impregnation process thus allowing the continuation of life.  The force in humans and animals and all living things is the same. The force without a host is nothing and conversely, the host without a force is just an inanimate object. Furthermore, when we die, the force does not go on anywhere else, it just ceases to exist.  Think of electricity.  It acts the same way:  when you plug in a TV, it comes to life by means of the electricity flowing through.  The brains of the operation is the TV.  But when you plug out the TV it dies.  Where does the electricity go that was in it?  It just ceases to exist.  It doesn't go on to become another TV.  It doesn't go to some heaven where all dead TVs are. It just stops existing.

 

Basically, when we die, we cease to exist.  We have only ONE chance at this life.  If we hope and pray, maybe God will remember us when we die, and maybe, just maybe, he'll put that life force of his back into us.

 

If you think you lived before as a rodent, a fish, a spider, or a Babylonian king, you may be living in a fantasy world because what you believe cannot be explained in any logical manner.  If you can explain how it all works using logical explanation, you might convert me but as it stands right now, the only logical answer I have to life, is what I wrote above because I can logically explain the advancement of life from the beginning to now.  The whole reincarnation thing, as I understand it, is just a fantastical idea created by some bloke to explain why we experience bad things.  In his interpretation, he might have explained one thing, but he pushed out the explanation of how it all works.

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[quote name='mummy wrote:


nazhira wrote:

mummy wrote:

nazhira']

If you read again you'll see that's exactly what I'm saying...

 

The specific sentence about religions is what I think about them.

 

Me, I'm the person who would never put limits what other people wants to say, I you want to critizice Mormons, you have the right to do it. In the same way I have the right to say that I think this discussion is not the one I'm interested in. But It's just what I feel.

 

PS: How have you been doing mummy ? I hope everything is ok in you life !

Sorry Naz,  I was in a rush when I read it.  And I only glanced over it quickly and then made a quick response.  My mistake.  :-)

 

Anyway, to address the original question/observation without referring to anyone's religious affiliations:

 

I don't believe in any existence other than the existence we have now.  I don't believe we lived before and that we will live as someone else when we die.  I believe that the force that actuates our mind creates a personality based on that force and its interaction with the chemicals within our brain.  The force itself has no mind or personality in itself.  It's similar to electricity in that electrical power is nothing unless it has a medium for conducting itself.  ah.... I have a banquet to go to now but I'll finish this later..... it's a long discussion that requires a lot of explaining.... needless to say,  I've spent many hours thinking on this
Hi sweety ! you have nothing to be sorry about. You know I love you...

 

that force, it's a good idea, but still that force can make us live many lives, or go to heaven, or live in hell like others say... what about this force... when, how, where, who, ... ? 
The "force" I talk about does not have personality or an ability to "memorize" because it doesn't have a brain.  The "force" is the life-force given to us from God.  It has no feelings, it has no sense of awareness, it has no life in itself.  It only becomes active within a body and this actuation only takes place at conception and the force is taken from one living being to another (i.e. a mother to a baby).  What that means is that we all share the same force going back to the very first humans - Adam and Eve.  So, how it works is that God put the life force into Adam. God then made Eve and put the life force into her. When Adam and Eve had children, they passed that life-force on and so on and so forth all the way down to you and I. We too have the ability to use pass that force onto our children.  The force itself has no affiliation with any particular human because it just duplicates itself as part of the impregnation process thus allowing the continuation of life.  The force in humans and animals and all living things is the same. The force without a host is nothing and conversely, the host without a force is just an inanimate object. Furthermore, when we die, the force does not go on anywhere else, it just ceases to exist.  Think of electricity.  It acts the same way:  when you plug in a TV, it comes to life by means of the electricity flowing through.  The brains of the operation is the TV.  But when you plug out the TV it dies.  Where does the electricity go that was in it?  It just ceases to exist.  It doesn't go on to become another TV.  It doesn't go to some heaven where all dead TVs are. It just stops existing.

 

Basically, when we die, we cease to exist.  We have only ONE chance at this life.  If we hope and pray, maybe God will remember us when we die, and maybe, just maybe, he'll put that life force of his back into us.

 

If you think you lived before as a rodent, a fish, a spider, or a Babylonian king, you may be living in a fantasy world because what you believe cannot be explained in any logical manner.  If you can explain how it all works using logical explanation, you might convert me but as it stands right now, the only logical answer I have to life, is what I wrote above because I can logically explain the advancement of life from the beginning to now.  The whole reincarnation thing, as I understand it, is just a fantastical idea created by some bloke to explain why we experience bad things.  In his interpretation, he might have explained one thing, but he pushed out the explanation of how it all works.

 

 

May the force be with you Mummy tongue.gif

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[quote name='voxxiegirl wrote:


mummy wrote:

nazhira wrote:

mummy wrote:

nazhira']

If you read again you'll see that's exactly what I'm saying...

 

The specific sentence about religions is what I think about them.

 

Me, I'm the person who would never put limits what other people wants to say, I you want to critizice Mormons, you have the right to do it. In the same way I have the right to say that I think this discussion is not the one I'm interested in. But It's just what I feel.

 

PS: How have you been doing mummy ? I hope everything is ok in you life !

Sorry Naz,  I was in a rush when I read it.  And I only glanced over it quickly and then made a quick response.  My mistake.  :-)

 

Anyway, to address the original question/observation without referring to anyone's religious affiliations:

 

I don't believe in any existence other than the existence we have now.  I don't believe we lived before and that we will live as someone else when we die.  I believe that the force that actuates our mind creates a personality based on that force and its interaction with the chemicals within our brain.  The force itself has no mind or personality in itself.  It's similar to electricity in that electrical power is nothing unless it has a medium for conducting itself.  ah.... I have a banquet to go to now but I'll finish this later..... it's a long discussion that requires a lot of explaining.... needless to say,  I've spent many hours thinking on this
Hi sweety ! you have nothing to be sorry about. You know I love you...

 

that force, it's a good idea, but still that force can make us live many lives, or go to heaven, or live in hell like others say... what about this force... when, how, where, who, ... ? 
The "force" I talk about does not have personality or an ability to "memorize" because it doesn't have a brain.  The "force" is the life-force given to us from God.  It has no feelings, it has no sense of awareness, it has no life in itself.  It only becomes active within a body and this actuation only takes place at conception and the force is taken from one living being to another (i.e. a mother to a baby).  What that means is that we all share the same force going back to the very first humans - Adam and Eve.  So, how it works is that God put the life force into Adam. God then made Eve and put the life force into her. When Adam and Eve had children, they passed that life-force on and so on and so forth all the way down to you and I. We too have the ability to use pass that force onto our children.  The force itself has no affiliation with any particular human because it just duplicates itself as part of the impregnation process thus allowing the continuation of life.  The force in humans and animals and all living things is the same. The force without a host is nothing and conversely, the host without a force is just an inanimate object. Furthermore, when we die, the force does not go on anywhere else, it just ceases to exist.  Think of electricity.  It acts the same way:  when you plug in a TV, it comes to life by means of the electricity flowing through.  The brains of the operation is the TV.  But when you plug out the TV it dies.  Where does the electricity go that was in it?  It just ceases to exist.  It doesn't go on to become another TV.  It doesn't go to some heaven where all dead TVs are. It just stops existing.

 

Basically, when we die, we cease to exist.  We have only ONE chance at this life.  If we hope and pray, maybe God will remember us when we die, and maybe, just maybe, he'll put that life force of his back into us.

 

If you think you lived before as a rodent, a fish, a spider, or a Babylonian king, you may be living in a fantasy world because what you believe cannot be explained in any logical manner.  If you can explain how it all works using logical explanation, you might convert me but as it stands right now, the only logical answer I have to life, is what I wrote above because I can logically explain the advancement of life from the beginning to now.  The whole reincarnation thing, as I understand it, is just a fantastical idea created by some bloke to explain why we experience bad things.  In his interpretation, he might have explained one thing, but he pushed out the explanation of how it all works.

 

 

May the force be with you Mummy tongue.gif

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