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User avatar #118 to #99 - hotsaws (08/24/2013) [-]
I do think about this. A lot. I'm pretty sure an all-forgiving "God" doesn't exist. Logic tells you this. But just because I don't believe in God doesn't mean I'm 100% sure something doesn't happen after death. When I have an inner debate I think "Jesus Christ, what if one of these religons actually has it right? Or what if there's certain souls destined to be recycled for generations? What if there really is a place unaffiliated with our Earthly beliefs where we go to rest when it's over? Is this just the first stage, or the only stage? What if it's really lights out and our only purpose after death is to fertilize some huge weeping willow tree?" Agnostic means to me, no matter how VERY unlikely something is, we can't prove that side is particularly right either. Clarity comes after death. Unfortunately you can't come back and document what happens cause that kinda defeats the purpose of dying. We're destined to always wonder. These are my beliefs. I lean heavily towards athiest, but I can't really call myself one unless I know 100%.
#117 to #99 - abysmalshadow (08/24/2013) [-]
The way I see it, you're exactly right with your first paragraph there. Every religion, belief, fairy tale, etc. out there, however unlikely, is a distinct possibility. Frankly, it can't be proven beyond doubt that there aren't gods, fairies, flying spaghetti monsters, or almighty Japanese schoolgirls, but at the same time, it can't be proven beyond doubt that there are. I personally think that atheist theories are the most likely to be true because they make the most sense to me, I just don't see the logic in being militant in any belief that I can't prove.
The way I see it, you're exactly right with your first paragraph there. Every religion, belief, fairy tale, etc. out there, however unlikely, is a distinct possibility. Frankly, it can't be proven beyond doubt that there aren't gods, fairies, flying spaghetti monsters, or almighty Japanese schoolgirls, but at the same time, it can't be proven beyond doubt that there are. I personally think that atheist theories are the most likely to be true because they make the most sense to me, I just don't see the logic in being militant in any belief that I can't prove.
#111 to #99 - hairysmellyanus (08/24/2013) [-]
14/10 post
Welcome to atheism.
User avatar #102 to #99 - roflbacon (08/24/2013) [-]
To me it just means I don't give a **** and don't have to bow down to anyone.
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