Heaven and Hell are anthropomorphic constructs...

Discussion in 'Belief and Spirituality' started by wil, Sep 9, 2012.

  1. luecy7

    luecy7 New Member

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    What leads you to presume my intention? Perhaps someone has placed their words within your mouth. I read here that it was a proverb before it was a Shakespeare play title.


    Sorry, I thought I was.
     
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    wil UNeyeR1 Moderator

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    Oh how did I miss this?

    Now I know you've been honing your skills, and you better be great at close combat....because when we meet you will be fighting to get out of a loving bear hug....
     
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    luecy7 New Member

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    Thank you for the invitation, but where are your directions? I am in Switzerland for a week, maybe longer. As I interact here or there, do you think I should tell the residents what I see from my perspective, truthfully, and to hear, compare, and consider what they tell me they see from their perspective? Or, should I just follow the orders?

    I am one of those types that appreciates an address or directions, if I am going to leave my *state* and visit someone else's *state*... at least, if it is per my agreement. If it is a secret invitation only, you could put it in a private message. Maybe you have burried the directions in a multitude of words, as you tend to do, or I am unable to see the directions from my *state*, or perhaps the self appointed word police have decided yet again that it was not in their tolerance to let a personal set of directions be posted for public consumption. That way we can hear their command. As the Forest allegedly said: ..it happens. :)

    Perhaps there is no good direction to lead someone to your *state*, or my *state*. Otherwise, it might end up sounding like those directions: Left, Left, Left, Right, Left... "Hey sarge, are we marching towards heaven?"
     

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