Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by Bowser, Jan 30, 2020.
Well? Does that question make sense?
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Yeah, almost makes as much sense as a group of squids not being called a squad.
A quote from The Sacred Words of Dog:
"Know that when You look into the eyes of another, You are looking at Me. When another looks into Your eyes, they are looking at Me."
Know that when a snake bit me, after many days of excruciating pain, the snake finally died. Mosquitoes refuse to bite me, purely out of respect.
A soul orgy with dragons, Summer, Rick and Morty?
Naaah, you don't taste very good. That's all.
The question makes sense. Minimally, it can be answered with a yes or no.
The nature of God is a personal and subjective belief, and an individual's answer does not affect or negate anyone else's answer.
I believe God is not all things high and low.
You may believe God is.
Interestingly, both our answers - including the fact that they are mutually exclusive - is immaterial to the continued spin of the world we both live on.
That is the nature of belief.
Are we supposed to just guess what 'high and low' means? Either that, or you're speaking some language only believers understand. Kx000 agrees with it "perfectly", so I'm assuming he knows exactly what you're talking about. Or does he?
Since they are not givens in the question, you are free to assign your own meaning.
That being said, your answer may certainly elicit some requests for elaboration on what they mean to you.
To the brightest star in the sky, to the lowest turd in the bowl, All is God.
So you have the answer then.
Why are you asking us?
And - fun fact - that lowest turd originally came from a star. I guess it might also have come from a dog, although few dogs use the toilet.
See if we are in agreement. Are we?
Yet you left room for the possibility that a few do use the toilet. Thanks for the giggle. Bless You for that. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!
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And, how useful is that information? Should I stop flushing God down the toilet?
No. I'm hoping for your sake there will be many more sacred turds to come down the chute and be flushed again and again.
Of course not. I thought my post #7 was quite thoughtful and open-minded.
I'm just a bit taken aback that, after you asked us all for our input, you simply stated the answer you already had. It suggests the opening question was not really asked in sincerity.
So you're butt-hurt because I have an answer of my own but wanted to hear yours?
I'm not sure butt-hurt is quite fair.
Are we having an argument?
I thought we were discussing.
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