Reply Wed 16 Jan, 2013 07:59 pm
NOT Biblically speaking, what do we think the ultimate purpose of 'everlasting' really is?
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Reply Thu 17 Jan, 2013 01:38 pm
@Ferryman,
Man, my initial response: I'd be most happy to respond if you'd clarify your query

So I asked my Better half, who is much smarter than I, and she replied "It's everlasting life"

The idea is simply reassuring to those of who don't want to die
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Reply Sun 20 Jan, 2013 06:30 pm
@dalehileman,
From My perspective, we all die! A blimp in the scheme of Humanity. We my ask? Where did Humanity come from? Where will it go? And if it does go anywhere. how will it get 'there'?
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Reply Sun 20 Jan, 2013 07:16 pm
@Ferryman,
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From My perspective, we all die!
So far, Man, pretty certain

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A blimp in the scheme of Humanity.
I presume you mean death as a huge presence, something hard to ignore the closer it gets

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We my ask?
We might, we may, mightn't we, most assuredly, manifestly

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Where did Humanity come from?
Dust, water

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Where will it go?
Ditto

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And if it does go anywhere. how will it get 'there'?
Through attrition, deterioration, consumption, fatigue, lassitude, deficiency, enervation, disaster, collapse, incapacity, decay, infirmity, senility impairment, etcetera ad infinitum
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