And as we start to question what truly matters, . . .
What matters is not a what at all.
voiceindarkness wrote:Sound logic requires that when u speak of "what matters" u indicate by WHICH criteriaWhat matters is not a what at all.
it is to be judged. If u don't provide that information,
then your question is not viable; not able to be intelligently answered.
...well said ! and enough...
...what is it that "they" do not get ?
...I mean I don´t get allot of what many people are trying to convey all the time but that alone does not mean I am missing a coherent thought in there, often the opposite...
I believe its simply just to live and to learn and to create with one another
Quote:Exactly!The point of Human Life is either
A. Man made
Now since there must be an ultimate DIVINE answer, I shall answer with Man Made in mind.
The point of Human Life is what you give it, nothing more nothing less. We are stars, with an ultimate will, and our goal is to fulfill our will.
Everything fulfills It purpose,
The Children of darkness, the purpose of darkness.
The Children of Light, the purpose of light.
You are what you are,
And there you will be.
You fulfill the purpose,
Any student of stylistics or semantics will be able to reel off a list of "metaphor studies" related to "the senses". Whether of not "near death experiences" have any relationship to that of others is partly a function of metaphorical leeway, and partly may be attributed the neurological effects of oxygen starvation.
Quote:Whether you are in your body or not, you are in a state of death. The mind/body experience is just an illusion of light in darkness. It is only a dream.Voice, possibly u might be interested
in reading the body of literature of "near death experiences"
insofar as it relates to people 's experiences while their human bodies are not functioning, in a state of "death."
David? A man after God's own heart?