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alreadyGone

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    learning, health, salvaging what remains of my mortal life
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    phasing...

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  • Still have any Gods? If so, who or what?
    my dog is full of stars

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  1. I heard somewhere that the answer is 42.
  2. You all just don't get it.. As humans, we are all on double-secret probation, all the time. Of course suicide is a sin. And living is a sin also, since all fall short, filthy rags, blah blah blah. Damned if you do, damned if you don't. There are times that life here on earth is no longer do-able for some. If we don't own ourselves and God does then He is responsible for making what's wrong in this world right. Otherwise then we have the right to end our own life, to depart from this world on our own terms. That's my opinion anyway.
  3. Only a fool could expect to live in a peaceful pleasant society by oppression of any segment of the population, majority or minority. The implied and expected purpose of any society is the betterment of all. Our lives improve when the lives of those around us improve. In this modern age there is plenty and abundance, material wealth as never seen or imagined in the history of mankind. If a portion of the society is systematically denied because of greed or avarice, it can only result in decline and degradation for all, over time.
  4. AMENDMENT 9 The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people. AMENDMENT 10 The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
  5. Picking at nits a little though, yeah? "Times of emergency" is... an exception to everything else.
  6. Equal opportunity and liberty for all, that is the charter and purpose of the United States of America. Legislating a thing is not the same as making it so. None of us are "equal", we are all unique. Government exists for one valid purpose... to protect the rights of the individual. As you attempt to impose upon government any attempt to bring about anything else, it must be at the detriment of that single charter and purpose, protecting the rights of the individual. This is because government creates no value. For that reason, before governme
  7. The office of president does not lawfully have a fraction of the power now vested in the Oval Office. The lawful appointed powers of the Executive Branch are carefully spelled-out in the Constitution. The president has no power other than that, under the law.
  8. It's a totally false dichotomy.. and it's silly. One is a spiritual belief. The other is a temporal belief. The one has nothing whatsoever to do with the other.
  9. "Professional theologians" Not laughing at you, please understand, but that's hilarious. I'd never really thought of it in quite that way. Thanks for the giggle!
  10. I see what you did there... I think. I'm slow and dull, but I don't give up easily.
  11. To value what you wish to be true more than the truth. To assert attitude and prejudice as fact. To pretend or believe that there are no absolutes, that "it's all relative". To accept two or more contradictions as truth.
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