Been pretty busy and blatantly neglecting the blog. While taking a break from school work to troll an athesitfag vs. godfag thread on facebook, I decided it might be entertaining or thought provoking for some of you, especially if you’re DOING marijuana.
How many of you atheists have genuinely lived as christians? How many of you christians have genuinely lived as atheists?
Should the logically obvious ever be dismissed due to one’s assumptions? Regardless of what you choose to believe, when is that appropriate or practical?
Is there any practical application for suspending one’s assumption of what is known to rely on abstract, divergent thinking?
Is either the logical or abstract mind more significant or valuable?
Faith is often used as an excuse to dismiss personal accountability and potential. If I spend to much time philosophizing on facebook instead of studying for school, my poor grade will not be “because it was meant to be”; it will be because I didn’t apply action that is entirely within my realm of individual power. This is the kind of cause and effect example that annoys atheists.
Meanwhile, there are areas of the mind we can benefit from exploring, methods of thinking which can only be explored by (temporarily) letting go of the focused mind that understands the world as separate parts.
None of this is mandatory and all of it is available to you until you choose to limit your way of thinking to this or that.
Just know that Lucifer only grants immortal life to those who are brave enough to shed their small minds and petty, egotistical beliefs. Nah just fuckin with ya. You’re going to die and nothing will save you. Cope with it how you will, humans.