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WHAT IS REALITY?

ASK YOURSELF ...

WHO AM I? WHERE AM I? WHERE AM I GOING?
WHAT IS MY GOAL? WHAT IS MY PLAN?
WHAT IS MY AGENDA? IS IT MY OWN?


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LET'S GET REAL ... ACCEPT REALITY ...

Sooner or later, you are going to die, and that's that!
You might as well get used to this fact.

WHILE YOU ARE HERE ... MAKE THE BEST OF IT

Don't dissipate, but do enjoy life: flowers, nature, art, music, science, literature, friends, and your own work.

TESTED HABITS AND ATTITUDES DO WORK

Set a goal, a plan, and a schedule. Study and learn. Start on time. Work hard. Finish the job. Take responsibility for yourself and your actions. Protect the earth and your health. Be moral and ethical. Be gentle, be kind, help others.

BUT WHEN ALL IS SAID AND DONE ...

Be grateful if others return your kindness and good will, but don't count on it, don't fall in love with an albatross, for

IN THE REAL WORLD YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN


FREETHINKERS HAVE REVIEWED THE EVIDENCE


Many people perceive their own individual, personal "virtual reality". There are as many discrete "virtual entity" gods as there are people who believe in them.

These traditional perceptions are a cultural heritage from insights of ancient prophets who lived and died in tribal societies before the Iron Age, before the invention of the telescope or modern science.

"Charles Bradlaugh asserted in 1862: 'Denial of God is Netheism. An Atheist says, I am ignorant; I do not know what you mean by the word; I am without any idea of God: to me the word God is a word conveying no meaning. The Bible God I deny; the Christian God I disbelieve in; but I am not rash enough to say there is no God as long as you tell me you are unprepared to define God to me.' Although Bradlaugh's distinction between netheism and atheism is indefensible on etymological grounds, his philosophical position was unanswerable and productive of results: his challenge to the theists to 'Define your God' was particularly embarrassing ... "

History of Netheism and evolution of evolution

Where is God (Allah)?

History of Religion

The Soul

The Mind Prison

ALTERNATE IDEAS

Living a good life without religion

Mysteries Of The Universe
Low-key insight and speculation about space and time

What is (Physical) Reality?
Views from physics, mathematics, cosmology, and philosophy


Science Links
PEACE IN OUR TIME?
Council for a Livable World
Perhaps it is time to give peace a chance


Do No Harm

The artificial human social world is a nasty, "dog eat dog" virtual construct. In their incessant competition for scarce resources people are oblivious to the harm they do to others in the endless game of "robbing Peter to pay Paul".

Doctors are asked to first do no harm; why not school administrators, lawyers, businessmen, community leaders, politicians? Why not everybody? Perhaps "Do No Harm" was omitted from their early childhood indoctrination into the deadly game of "winner take all".

Logical Opinion Letters to the Editor
Strong-willed advocate of rational government decisions

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"Alley Cat"
arranged by and
used with the permission of
Don Carroll


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