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Date Posted: 11:07:26 02/24/05 Thu
Author: Anonymous
Subject: Re: Is there a God? Is there a Judgement Day?
In reply to: 's message, "Is there a God? Is there a Judgement Day?" on 05:06:45 09/11/02 Wed

> Man will not understand the two most elusive
>phenomena in the
>life and death. They are inseparably linked and, yet,
>to one another. One might say that they are a
>contradiction in terms
>logic -- the supreme contradiction. What are they and
>toward purpose
>to they
>intend? Indeed, mankind will never penetrate the
>secret of death until
>has understood the mechanism that is termed life and
>the origin of
>consciousness, itself. How is it created and then
>developed to the
>that it attains? Where is it actually located? on the
>floor? on the
>or within the human body? What becomes of it after
>death? Oblivion?
> But, if matter never dies, then what form does
>consciousnes take
>Perhpas, it becomes as the fabled God...immortal. Or
>does it reach
>back into
>the physical realm to claim its mortality once more as
>a god within a
>soul...as an Atlas of the gods...as a being who has
>dared to touch the
>celestial orb and claim the right to be his own judge
>and thereby
>said Judgment Day. Or perhaps it has journeyed to the
>edge of infinity
>but a moment of time and found that it desired the
>frailty and beauty
>human life upon this planet...and thus render truth to
>and the
>heroism or folly of such an act.
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Interesting concept. Food for thought. :)

The Sun Lion

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