God, Afterlife, Aliens, Ghosts, ...?
Although the topic is subjective - What is the singlemost important question that demands answering?
I have no fear of death - So don't care about an afterlife, ghosts, demons, gods, etc.
I believe I will repeat this existence, of mine, infinitely and eternally - So, make the best and brightest of what 'Is'.
I require no fixed-religion, yet I harness from all.
I believe organic life will exist wherevever oppurtunity exists.
I have no questions left, I have not already answered.
I assure you - There is no line of enquiry I need pursue that truly interests me anymore - So I turn to you, residents and visitors of this forum.
Inspire me with your yearning for answers to what matters to you?
Yes - I typically only pop in every few weeks/months, and have been a tad constant here for this last month.
There's nothing worth discussing.
I will pop in to see if max has lost interest in ebola - But I'm not going to initiate any more myself.
I'm getting a new puppy later today (malamute X labrador) so I'll be busy with him anyway.
Mon 13 Oct, 2014 12:02 am
To be honest CJ, yes.
Mon 13 Oct, 2014 12:24 am
S'funny, but as I was pondering on how to respond to your post, the radio was on and this song was playing. Talk about perfect timing.
It's an oldie (from the 80's?) and is very rarely played nowadays, but the general gist fits well, I think, into how we (and others here) both probably feel about the 'old' A2K. Metaphorically, of course.
Glad to know you have it all worked out . . .
I was going to say the question might be "Do we have an obligation to a creator? . . .
Mon 13 Oct, 2014 09:37 pm
I remember the song, yes, it's not played often, especially here in the U.S.
Sometimes I read the old threads (with the usual suspects) and I remember spending hours here just laughing and having a good time. Simple fun really. No questions about general existence, just feeding off each others lines.
Well, at least we have something to reminisce, don't we, Spanky! Mark Noble here can't say that for himself.