When I pop off. I have no interest other than I would like my ashes to be spread where they spread my wife's. Depending on who pops off first that is. I have a will in place. But as for funeral, that's up to my family I have no say. I believe in celebrating a life not mourning it. If that life...
I'm not disputing his point on what he said. It is his claim that god doesn't come into the equation. religion noun - Definition, pictures, pronunciation and usage notes | Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary at OxfordLearnersDictionaries.com Religions and their belief in their god/gods have...
Somehow I don't think so. Myth | Definition of Myth by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com also meaning of Myth
Yes, you do actually. a little further down on the link above.
As is everything your body experiences be it real or imaginary.
An appeal to popularity fallacy, Waterfall.
A lot of people thought the sun went round the earth for thousands of years too. So what!
Doesn't make it factual does it. It just means people believed in the myths, and some still do.
I know your reply was too Unsafe. My point however, was made on what I said yesterday. "When discussing anything without any position in reality, you can only ever garner an opinion, and an opinion in that instant is effectively worthless. Whatever we discuss/debate must have a basis in reality...
I have no interest in reading fiction. I did enough of that late into my twenties. I will and can refer back to those fiction stories in debates but however they still are only fiction. When discussing anything without any position in reality, you can only ever garner an opinion, and an opinion...
Never said that prayer was not good for some. But it should only be after the fact, or for pre-emptive measures. But never at the actual time of need.
It should never be said, when someone is in need "I'll pray for you" because that is utterly useless.
And yet Bette the ambulance service is called St johns ambulance, not sin gins ambulance. And the herbal remedy St Johns wort isn't called Sin gins wort. Confusing ah.
However, it's only the name when hyphened like Norman St John(sin gin) - Stevas. And when not it is Gill St John.
The English language is comprised of nearly all the above languages and German, Scandinavian, Celtic and their derivatives Scottish, Welsh, and Irish, etc. English is a mishmash of all the others. Nothing is alien to English it accepts all comers.
I've never disagreed with a fictional character ever in my life, that would be a new level of insanity.
However, what is written in these religious books of fiction. Which some people follow as a truth.
That I do have issues with. Because it only creates indifferent apathetic people, and brings...