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  • Han1977
    started a topic Some kind of enlightenment

    Some kind of enlightenment

    So I was at home, at Sunday morning, everyone else on their way to Church. I just sat on my living room, looking at this small aquarium with my small fish there and out of no where, I began to clean my ears. I looked at my earwax, and I don't know why and how it come to that, I throw my earwax to that aquarium.

    My small fish excitingly eat it. I'm not good at English, but you can imagine how fish eat, so you can imagine that.

    Somehow looking at that scene, makes me pick on my ears once again and...

    Well, suddenly I got some kind of weird idea, what if... what if that millions years ago, a divine being, during the most boring period in his existence, maybe picking his nose, looking at it and flick it, boom, here we are, and right now he is watching this small creatures living, eating, drinking, something that literally his booger and find some sort of excitement out of it.

  • Suna123
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    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post
    These days, I only read junk reading. Lots of numbing fun with no substance. lol
    this gets better when the children get older

    (I have hitchhikers guide before our children were born)

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  • Han1977
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    Originally posted by Suna123 View Post
    I don't even know if a book exists. It is a cute movie for children.


    It has several parts. The first I like most. ......because it starts so close on reality at least here - roflmao.
    I'm sure you will like it.
    These days, I only read junk reading. Lots of numbing fun with no substance. lol

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  • Suna123
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    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post
    I never heard about Horton hears a Who! , lol, as someone who claim that one of his interest is reading, my book collection is embarrassingly too little.
    I don't even know if a book exists. It is a cute movie for children.

    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post
    I hear a lot about "Hitchhikers guide to the Galaxy", but haven't read it so far. I'll try to get my hand at it.
    It has several parts. The first I like most. ......because it starts so close on reality at least here - roflmao.
    I'm sure you will like it.

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  • Han1977
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    Actually I said begone, because I think it's rhyme with your post. Which now, I forgot what the hell it is that I think is in rhyme with be gone.

    Okay, I just have a look at it. So you say : Be muslim, and I answer Be gone. I'm not a poet, so you should give me some leniency.

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  • RRicho
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    Cleaned the thread up ... now back on topic please.

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  • Suna123
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    Originally posted by Lewini
    Didn't agreed, yes you have a conscience and you don't need to follow any text for this to say me "BEGONE". what did I make to you?
    you poisened this thread with your obtrusive style of proselytism. I told you it does not belong in an international forum.

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  • fatbeard
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    Originally posted by Lewini
    Didn't agreed, yes you have a conscience and you don't need to follow any text for this to say me "BEGONE". what did I make to you?
    You made him laugh and pity you loserwiney, like you do all of us here worthless furious sulking muzlum forum preacher

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  • Hades91
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    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post

    I don't talk about such experience at all. It seem like you just read the title and respond.
    I can't remember to respond explicit to your OP.

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  • Han1977
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    Originally posted by Lewini
    .... We feel pangs of conscience whenever we witness injustice or oppression taking place in our vicinity or in the world. For instance, we feel the responsibility of each homeless boy, who lives in difficulty, and has to spend his life on the streets in the cold winter. ...
    Agreed, just learn to live by your conscience, you don't need to follow any text for that.

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  • Han1977
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    Originally posted by Hades91 View Post
    Some of your brain receptors get flooded with endorphins or dopamines, that causes an euphoria. The consciousness connects this feeling status with some weird things like omnipotent beings with good sex hours ago or even with good food eaten before.
    Is this really an enlightenment? .......No.
    Did you asked you ever for what is frankincense burned at christian fairs, why that much singing or banging with heads on a carpet while islamic prayer?
    Smoke of frankincense contains small amount of psychoactive substance, singing forces people to deeper breathing that leads to oxygen enrichment of body and head movement up and down leads to temporary better blood circulation in head.
    All this can create a short moment of euphoria, that lead with proper words to certain conclusions and addiction.

    I got my happiness hormones while long cardio training or while plowing my woman over night. I don't need god for that, being stoned with your own hormones isn't an enlightenment at all.
    I don't talk about such experience at all. It seem like you just read the title and respond.

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  • Hades91
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    Some of your brain receptors get flooded with endorphins or dopamines, that causes an euphoria. The consciousness connects this feeling status with some weird things like omnipotent beings with good sex hours ago or even with good food eaten before.
    Is this really an enlightenment? .......No.
    Did you asked you ever for what is frankincense burned at christian fairs, why that much singing or banging with heads on a carpet while islamic prayer?
    Smoke of frankincense contains small amount of psychoactive substance, singing forces people to deeper breathing that leads to oxygen enrichment of body and head movement up and down leads to temporary better blood circulation in head.
    All this can create a short moment of euphoria, that lead with proper words to certain conclusions and addiction.

    I got my happiness hormones while long cardio training or while plowing my woman over night. I don't need god for that, being stoned with your own hormones isn't an enlightenment at all.

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  • Sancta_Lux
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    Originally posted by Han1977 View Post

    Yea, I remember I read something along that line too. It's more than one gods if I remember, who try to create human. It's fascinating to read creation mythology from many different culture.

    Japanese myth about it, don't really talk about how god create the world (I think), just how god create their country. So earth and all already exist. CMIIW.
    Yep they were more than a unique god there and wanted to be worshipped if I remember correctly. For Celtic mythology, I don't remember of any myth related to the creation of humanity at least in brittany (but the area had been christianized way more than Ireland or Wales so maybe there is one)

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  • Han1977
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    Originally posted by RogerCarmel View Post

    That's probably one of the ways science-fiction writers get their ideas.

    I guess there is something with human brain who likes to mix up things, just for fun, or just out of some malfunction?

    Anyway, I still find it's fun to feed my fish with my booger. No one else ever do that? Throwing it in and thinking, "Yea, eat it you dumb."

    Feeling a bit guilty afterward. They're kinda cute in their own way.

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  • Han1977
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    Originally posted by Sancta_Lux View Post

    Some mythologies have the same kind of stories. From what I remember, the first time men have been created in Mayan mytholoy, it was from mud but they were too soft or something like that. Thent he gods tried to create men from wood but they didn't have soul and killed them, some have survived and are know our apes, then they created the men and women from corn and it worked fine.

    I'm pretty sure that I've heard of another mythology, less known, about mud or wood as well and I guess you could find more or less every explanations considering the number of religions and myths the world has known so far.
    Yea, I remember I read something along that line too. It's more than one gods if I remember, who try to create human. It's fascinating to read creation mythology from many different culture.

    Japanese myth about it, don't really talk about how god create the world (I think), just how god create their country. So earth and all already exist. CMIIW.

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