Rest In Peace: tomorrow,tomorrow
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Well, Chansen, here we go again.
Well. Linds, GOD may be an acronym to you, but to me it is a metaphor denoting the creative power, force or source of the universe.GOD is an acronym, which some unitheists, which I am, like to use. It stands for Gift Of Discernment, not to be confused with 'God'--the familiar proper noun used by theists. For details check out:
Be warned: DA Morgan--he is no longer posting--and Tutor Turtle have their own unhelpful and negative agenda. I am thankful there is an ignore button.
BTW, if you have the time, check out the first few pages of my thread on PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION, ALL RELIGIONS... which I started using the maiden name of my wife. Turner is also my son's name ( It has over 8, 100, 000 hits and numerous pages) It will give you some idea of Morgan's motives:
So, I have my own private blog on philosophy, psychology, theology, religion and healing!Linds, if it wasn't for Tutor Turtle, it would just be you talking to yourself. Which it pretty much is for stretches. ...
Have you read what Ms. Ellis, the teacher from Australia called TT's long-winded posts? As she put him on permanent ignore, she called them "mind-numbing". I agreed. Then there is the physicist, Orac. He sure told TT where to go.... From what I've seen, I agree with Tutor Turtle, and I think he has been quite reasonable.
First posted, Wed Jul 16 2014 10:32 PM. CHANSEN, the following is a re-edited version of the recent response:
IT SADDENS ME TO SAY THIS, but I will: I did not find much light in the latest mind-numbing response, by TT, to this thread. Much of what was said was Just more of what he infers is: "... spinning of navel lint into infinite dimensional universes and potentials." In his/her so called profile all we get is that she/he is from: "Everywhere and nowhere."
In my experience, nobody that I know of likes to get anonymous letters. I say the same is true of responses from anonymous posters.
BTW, I acknowledge that mention was made of Buddhism--which I understand is a non-theistic philosophy of religion--for much of which I have a great deal of respect. My daughter, Catherine, has been an avid student of Buddhist teachings all her adult life.
TESLA AND BUDDHISM
Nicola Tesla, the great inventor, was a devout Christian and the son of a member of the clergy. He also advocated that Christians and Buddhists could, and ought, to come together, holistically--working together, getting to know one another, and with others be willing to serve the ecological needs of mother earth and the needs of all human kind who live upon it.
He once said and wrote, "God has no dimensions..."--a point of view similar to that held by unitheists. Check out www.unitheist.org (Warren Farr and I will be updating this site).
To all people who love being open-minded and who have no fear of being up-front, open-faced community and fellowship builders, the welcome mat is out at our FaceBook group. And I am happy to say
THE COMING TOGETHER OF LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE SEEMS TO BE HAPPENING
http://progressivechristianity.ca/prc/?page_id=6 with which some members and ministers of the United Church of Canada are associated, welcomes Buddhists and similar positive religions to its conventions. I have attended several such gatherings.
So you think it's a cool idea, eh? "... drop it with TT? Gladly!!!I'd suggest you drop it with TT. It's not doing either of you any good.