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Posted 11/03/08 - 4:35 PM:
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Me and God were talking, and it seems like he's losing touch with reality.He keeps babling on about some flower that never bloomed, and how it's not his fault. You would think he would have something more important to worry about."It's just a flower" I said."Just a flower? Just a flower!" Wooh, calm down, I told him,"why are you getting all worked up?"you wouldnt understand" he said, and walked away. I wouldnt understand, where does he get off telling me "I wouldnt understand". God needs to quit being such a drama queen. He is Always complaining about something, and its never anything important, I swear, he's such a fool, and I don't care what he says, it is his fault. Why is it that all great minds, suffer so.
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Posted 11/03/08 - 5:03 PM:

hi semore, good question. i think it has to do with having greater sensitivity to everything. ignorance is bliss and all that. what are your thoughts?
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Posted 11/03/08 - 5:53 PM:

everyones ignorant from what I can tell, I've never met anyone who wasn't. As for that greater sensitivity thing, thats good and all, but sometimes it seems like people just lose touch with the world. Its getting harder and harder to hold on to those little moments, and hopes that make life worth living, because you eventually realize that they either already came or they never will, and I dont think you want them to, because.....well you'll figure it out yourself, people want to live anywhere but the present, I guess thats what ignorance is, huh.
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Posted 11/03/08 - 6:48 PM:

when you have nothing left to lose, i think that's when you gain the world. or at least you can. but you have to want to first. sometimes it's a big risk.

is it worth it, being able to remember?
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Posted 11/04/08 - 1:50 PM:

If God is a nurseryman and he has two thousand potted plants that need to flower by a certain holiday in order to sell them (Feb. 14) and his flower induction spray isn't working, then maybe he deserves a little more credit. If he is not in touch with reality it is because he didn't sufficiently take note of all the variables that determine whether or not his plant flowers. Also, no one with solid business sense would ever manage a nursery.

As for me, I will start living in the present tomorrow. sticking out tongue
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Posted 11/06/08 - 8:24 AM:

I said to God: "I'll see about you when I get there."
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Posted 02/19/09 - 7:39 AM:

Well, I found out enlightenment and living in the present wasn't all it's cut out to be - it's more for monk-types than people like me, so I gave it up and now I live in the future. I've got a family on a space station, and we occasionally holiday on Europa. grin
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Posted 02/24/09 - 11:12 PM:

you regret when you lose what you possess and it is happy to know your god is sensitive, caring and mindful. Do not solace him,let him worry and only then you need not.
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Posted 04/29/09 - 1:43 PM:

Xanthos wrote:
Well, I found out enlightenment and living in the present wasn't all it's cut out to be - it's more for monk-types than people like me, so I gave it up and now I live in the future. I've got a family on a space station, and we occasionally holiday on Europa. grin




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Posted 04/29/09 - 1:45 PM:

Nihil Loc wrote:

As for me, I will start living in the present tomorrow. sticking out tongue





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