Re: OTP survey----philosophy questions
- From: "Jo Firey" <JAfirey@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 25 Sep 2005 18:22:03 -0700
"d'huit" <threecedars@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> Personally I don't believe in either. Somethings are truly unbearable.
>> Some damage, either physical or mental does not heal. And time does not
>> heal all wounds.
> awwww, noooo. we don't get out of this alive? are you sure? cuz my
> bubble is just about ready to burst! i thought i was going to get to
> visit every town in every country on the globe. sigh . . .<g>
> your input was enlightening, jo. i hadn't made the connection that you
> did, until you mentioned it.
Probably not good to get me going on this subject when I'm in kind of a
down, grumpy mood.
I think the reason we want to believe platitudes like these, mentally they
protect us from evil.
Yes bad things happen to good people. But if we can pretend they do not, we
are safe from the boogey man. It lets us believe we control the
For the most part it is a harmless fantasy. Whatever gets you through the
night and all of that.
Unless you happen to join the ranks of those to whom bad things happen for
no apparent reason. And you find yourself being ostracized by society.
Cause deep down we are afraid of those bad things happen to. If they are
just like us, no one is safe.
(I seem to be channeling my long dead and very negative and fatalistic
grandmother here tonight.)
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