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TOPIC: A Butcher, A Baker, A Candlestick Maker What Is A Jew Jane You Ignorant Slut
Created by: BacchusnLadywife
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Truly, I'm on PINS and NEEDLES to see if we can get a half logical discourse here. We could start with being a Jew by birth or choice and whether one can be both a Jew and an Atheist. Then we could go to if you're an Arab are you a Muslim? East Indian? How 'bout me Indian? Must I say "How" in a gesture totally foreign to my peoples? Just because it's expected of me? Are all truck drivers really Schtooopid? Or is that my own bigotry? Who has the better research on whether Blacks fought with arms on the side of the Confederacy? Wiki-philes, please resist. Just what the hell is a Rastafarian truly? For that matter...did I spell it correctly? Let's dispell some ignorance here. If we can.

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Jim, Thanks, that does make perfect sense. And if it allows you to become more tranquil, then it's a good thing. Personally, when someone is driving painfully slow in front of my jeep, or cuts me off when I'm on the bike, I wish I were equiped with hellfire missiles. But hey, that's just me,lol

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Self pity is selfish.

-M

True but asking why me is a logical question and will lead to the answer we seek. I was mistaken, or this is the reason, There are many reasons why somethings happen to individuals. Finding the answer is part of the education proccess and the answer may help you understand and show you how to prevent it from happening again.

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Easy girl, I didn't say that you could walk on water...... ;o)

I know exactly what you mean. I grew up with a marine corp dad, at a time when "Because I said so" was an adequate answer,lol. I wasn't allowed to voice my own opinion until I was in college,lol. Come to think of it, that's likely the reason that I refuse to blindly drink the kool-aide offered in these forums, or adopt a new military hairstyle, so popular these days.

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M, You have the personality that would allow you to grab the charging bull by his horns, as you'd instantly recognize it as needing to be done. There are many who are less sure of themselves, that would pause to question and consider the obstacle, thereby bringing even more hardship upon themselves. Indecisiveness rarely benefits anyone. Learning is a beautiful thing, but it takes an open mind. When we assume we know it all, we stop asking questions and stop learning. Life becomes boring when you ponder through it with a close mind. You're able to instantly recognize things that simply have no answer, and rather than question them, just accept them as is, and move on. IMHO, that's a trait that's hard to find, not only in these forums, but in mankind ourselves.

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Thank you Poly, that's where I ment to go. You have a gift for getting to the point, where I tend to ramble,lol. Still, I accept personal responsibility for it, and yet blame it on growing up during the 70's

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So Jim, you're a believer in fate, rather than coincidence or a combination of both? Even so, could you explain fate, without the influence of a god, god's or other influencing force? Or would you just accept it as existing, without a need to define it?

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Bob, I see where you're coming from. I'm not referring to those things in life that there may be perfectly rational answers to. I'm not even referring to those things that some may find plausible, the existence of ghosts or ufo's. For instance, I don't need to ask "why me?" when I lost a couple hundred bucks in a casino, as the law of probability provides a perfectly rational answer. I personally wouldn't ask "why me?" if my car or bike were to break down and leave me stranded on a deserted highway, though many would. Though I might go on to question my mechanic as to what caused it, so that I might learn from it, I'd have no reason to question the "random streak of bad luck", as I'd know that there existed an answer. Where I believe that religious influences dictate the questioning of "why me?" is when we attempt to explain coincidence or random events. Hypothetically, and unfortunately it's not at all hypothetical.... let's look at a random young mother headed home from the store with her two children, and they fall victim to a horrific crash with a drunk driver that kills them all. The religious among us would ask "why me?", and sometime during the grieving process come to the conclusion that it was "God's will". The scientific among us would examine the situation, and look for mechanical or physical elements that may have contributed to the crash. Neither will explain the coincidence of those two vehicles crossing paths at exactly that point in time. Those of us who are not prone to ask "why me?", I believe are simply more open to accepting coincidence, or fate, as something that just "is". I think that the only true human nature, is that for most, the wonder of childhood, turns into a close-mindedness of adulthood.

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I agree, there are somethings for which there are no apparent answers. But my belief is everything happens for a reason. Even things for which there is no direct answer, the lessons we learn from it are the reasons we experienced because without the experience we would not have grown.

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lol, Jack, I usually say more words than that. Depending on the pain level I may even make some up.

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Bob, I agree, but some things there are no answers for. Like cancer, and birth defects, or other non self inflicted tragedies. As also we tend to take blame for things that we had no responsibility for, this is common when loved ones dies.

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TOPIC: A Butcher, A Baker, A Candlestick Maker What Is A Jew Jane You Ignorant Slut