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    • "Jesus" was a Jedi (Last post by Bareus)
    • Jesus did not belive in the force, he never preached or talked about the force and he wasen't aware of the force So no, i don't see him as a jedi
    • Strenght (Last post by MartaLina)
    • Thats very true Magnon , and also answers my question :)
    • I think people are falling for it (Last post by CryojenX)
    • Quote: Quote: The thing is it always bothers me whenever I try asking questions. Whenever someone questions the official story, you see the media and the people have this "How dare you question your government?" mentality? I thought it was good to ask questions but apparently now that seems to be looked down upon. I couldn't agree more with this sentiment. Personally, given what we've seen since the turn of the century, I am disturbed more by people who dare not question their leadership more than I am by those who do question. I've always been the type to question so-called authority, ever since I was a child, I've just had to learn to not constantly burden myself with it, for my own emotional and physical health. :unsure:
    • How did you know when you were a Jedi? (Last post by CryojenX)
    • After some further reflection, I think it really started sinking in when I began regular meditation and started seeing positive results, but writing my first sermon really clinched it for me in the "no doubts" category. Before that I knew it's what I wanted, but I still kind of felt like maybe I wasn't good enough, but no more. I am a Jedi.
    • The Force as described by a physicist? (Last post by Khaos)
    • Who created Zyklon B? Fritz Haber. Know what else he did? He was a German chemist who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918 for his invention of the Haber-Bosch process, the method used in industry to synthesize ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen gases. This invention is of importance for the large-scale synthesis of fertilizers and explosives. The food production for half the world's current population depends on this method for producing nitrogen fertilizers Interesting how that works out. So, was, science to blame? Or what people did with it? Who invented the swords? Well, who did the stabbing? Most often its individuals with there religions and myths. Articulations of realities where people think its ok to behead you or set you on fire because you dont ascribe to there specific story of an invisible man/force in the sky. You say science may be the end of us all? Well, im not so sure, given people have been killing in the name of there stories long before technology gave them more efficient means to do so. Such is a pointless argument. The man who is responsible for half the words food production also allowed story, and myth to indoctrinate him into being responsible to killing a whole lot of people. The same guy. So, lets not be pointing fingers, because we will run out quick. No one has the moral high ground in that debate.
    • Today I felt lonely... (Last post by Rickie)
    • We all go through emotional cycles, ups & downs. They will pass. We are entitled to our emotions. We just shouldn't get hung up on them one way or another. Keep living/experiencing life, keep moving on, more adventure is ahead.
    • Heaven, Hell, Re-incarnation? (Last post by Gisteron)
    • Quote: Quote: there is no telling that it is actually going to happen, likely though it may be and reasonable though it is to assume that indeed it will. Assume nothing. Every assumption is a conclusion. Every conclusion is an end, a death, if you will. All things move and evolve, including thought. Yea, don't go full woo-woo on me, sir... A conclusion is a proposition reached from given premises. An assumption is a proposition accepted (tentatively) without premises to inescapably lead to it. They are literally the opposite of each other!
    • a new toy for fitness (Last post by RyuJin)
    • Quote: people dont realize how demanding it is to throw combinations at a fighting pace - its tough it's been so long that i had forgotten how demanding it could be....luckily my first try with it i went easy....just did the 1 minute session...40 lights 35 hits...
    • Techwear for Jedi (Last post by Jestor)
    • Quote: Yes! I am a big fan of this idea. Betabrand used to carry more of this, but not as much now. It was often very expensive. I have a decent edc set that goes everywhere with me. Multitool, flaslights, knife, cordage, space blanket, poncho, etc. I've been thinking about an augmented set for my car. Bigger tools, first aid, stuff I could throw on in a pinch, perhaps in something like this. It often comes back to money, but I think about this often. I tell you, I search for "cop clothes" (just for window shopping), as I have access to some of their magazines, and that stuff reminds me of the 5.11 brand of clothing...
    • Rants far and wide (Last post by Cayce)
    • I've been interested in becoming a certified Yoga instructor / teacher for some time now, but the cost of Certification is insane. Most places in my area charge $2,500 to $3,000. I so hate how certifications have turned into cash grabs. Ugh.
    • A Message (Last post by 6h057)
    • Agreed. I think that for any real religious order to work, it needs to be a group of philosophers/scholars that can comfortably agree to disagree. I don't like any system that props up anyone's right to pontificate to others as if they are somehow more in tune with the mystical or have God speaking in their ear. However I have a tendency to approach life a little dudeist and inject as much Slack as is appropriate.
    • The Thing All Women Do That You Don’t Know About (Last post by carlos.martinez3)
    • I see. It takes courage to admit this. It takes wisdom to see that it's not ONLY a women problem. It's a people problem. It is sad to see hate in any form. Can we deliver the opposite? Is it possible to build, not only female but male too, instead of breaking things down. Me and my wife remove the man and woman words as often and see the heart or the person. We ALL have some sort of coping mechanism. The day we as humans stop hurting humans will be a great day, till then friends take care of each other. The ones that are closest. My own opinion, sad things make me,sad but they also allow me to hold my own closer and appreciate them better. Thanks Akkarin for this one!

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