I decided to do a blog on this subject because after bias towards me, it shows that I am not able to speak my mind without words being twisted, ignored, and mocked regardless of what they were. I am not saying that every member who is an atheist did this, but the one's who chose to do this, disappointing me. I am by far no saint, but when someone says that my essence is "ugly" for no other reason than I point out something they are directly showing to ignore or put aside in agenda, it hurts. Considering how much I respected that person.
I am going to make a list of ideas and views about my personal spiritual philosophy as I don't subscribe to any specific religion other than following as good as I can the teachings of Jesus, which by the way also was taught by other figures in history. These figures share these teachings because they are dedicated to following the creator, but also teaching human truths. Regardless of what I said in the debate thread which is just a mask for venomous hateful bias, there was a continuation of unfair declarations on not just my spiritual views, but then on my character itself.
-I don't believe in hell, a place where people suffer forever. This is a scare tactic created to not just recruit those who are scared of death into an organized religion, but then to keep those same people dedicated and loyal to those said religious views. IF there were such a place, I would see it reserved for those who did terrible and horrendous acts in the name of the GOD they choose.
-Regardless of my spiritual views whatever specifically they are, I do not wish nor think that they should give other people ways they should believe or live. What I personally think, what is my personal opinion, is just that, opinion. It is not something that should hold any weight over how people live their lives.
-Anything that separates humans from each other, excluding those who harm innocents is a plague to our species. Humans create morals from what societies and cultures agree upon. One can argue that if one were to be born and raised in a society of thieves, then it makes logical sense that theft would not be immoral. If one were to be born and raised by a society of assassins, then killing someone would not be immoral to that person. There IS something I feel that every human has because of our above average (in comparison to other animals) intellect and because of the energy we are a part of that gives us that internal understanding of what is moral and what is not. This next part I want to make very very clear. I DO NOT THINK THAT IF ONE DENIES A CREATOR/S THEN THAT ONE HAS NO MORALS. People have morals regardless of their spiritual or religious views and beliefs or there lack of.
-When it comes to SPIRITUAL personal beliefs, it's not that I reject science, but I believe in an energy that we are all from and that we will all return to. It is the creator as it's the energy that does not end, but instead "recycles" or transforms forever. It is the energy that is aware of itself and guides all of us if we choose to want it. For those who do NOT want it, they are NOT excluded but they are then taking their journey in life into their own hands. For an example to express ONLY this specific idea in this instance as it would not work to compare in other ways, the creator is like a spiritual GPS. When you are making a journey through life, you can choose to accept the creator, and take the guidance in a meditative state. If you do not accept or acknowledge the creator, you guide yourself. It is a personal choice as in my view we will all return to the energy. Your existence after this life, and during this life is not affected negatively due to the choice of acceptance/acknowledgement of the creator. This I can accept is seen as a supernatural belief. While it is seen as supernatural, this DOES NOT mean I do not accept science as our method to discover truth.
-I am against anything that gives bias against other humans with the exception of those humans who harm innocents as part of their beliefs or views. I see all people except those I mentioned as equals in all ways. This means that homosexuals, women, people of different skin color, people of different cultures, and people who choose not to believe in a creator are equal to me and their way is just and only that to me, a way. I am not superior nor inferior to any of them in any way based on differences. Yes, those who chose to proceed in higher education could be more knowledgeable or something of that affect, I mean specifically I do not see myself as better.
-Wrong is wrong, and what people in organized religions have done and continue to do is WRONG. There was much evil done in the name of God and it sickens me. This is something I HAVE battled along side with few other theists/deists and atheists alike. As I had said previously, publicly creating an environment to put people of organized religions down does NOTHING. Fighting with people does not change their personal beliefs, only communication of information. This means that when you belittle someone, you are not fighting the good fight, you are just being a dick. If you want to make a difference, sign petitions to have schools teach evolution as a scientific theory that should replace "God did it with magic".......as I have tried to do along with those said comrades. If you want to make a difference, and fight the good fight, protest the bias and bullshit of organized religions slowing down our progression as a species ESPECIALLY when this is done to youth in hopes of recruiting "warriors of God"..........as I have done alongside comrades. If you really want to change this world, go out and create realistic and unbiased political props that are made to keep religion out of politics and schools as I have tried to do alongside FRIENDS that are atheists and also a few theists/deists. Again, typing on a computer and insulting someone does NOTHING. Pointing out the obvious about organized religions committing what I personally consider evil things, does NOTHING. You don't change minds with verbal attacks against the person, you do it by physical and important things that actually eliminates the organized religion itself. If we can keep organized religion out of schools and out of our politics, we are winning the war against evil and the almost halt to our progression as a species. People of organized religion will not change with attack, only when we can reach out to them with scientific fact, compassion, and vigilance to do what is right.
To be continued....