Thursday, April 21, 2005

When can we get rid of God?

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A family lights a candle at a section of the Kennedy Expressway underpass in Chicago, Illinois where a yellow and white stain on the concrete underpass has left what many believe to be an image of the Virgin Mary. Hundreds of faithful and curious people have visited the underpass since it was discovered 10 April 2005, leaving flowers and candles(AFP/Jeff Haynes)

So it is not just in Iran that people can see Khomeini's face in the moon. Idiots are everywhere...
The only thing I can see here is just dirty stain from water and probably salt from a homeless peeing there.

Believing in god is like cancer. You take it out from people's mind, and it comes out from somewhere else. Is it a mental disease? Is it a brain problem that majority of people have and a minority haven't? When can we get rid of these disgusting sacred objects? When can we get rid of God?

11 comments:

  1. i totally agree with you! i mean, God will always be there, even athiest would have to acknowledge the fact theconcept of God before they can reject anything right? there.. ei, if you have time,you can pass by my site anthony.i.ph, hope to talk to you soon.. Godbless!

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  2. "even athiest would have to acknowledge the fact theconcept of God before they can reject anything"

    What does that supposed to mean?
    What is "acknowledging the fact theconcept"?
    With this type of reasoning you can beleive in Santa Claus as well.

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  3. cancer would kill you...
    would believing in god kill you?

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  5. Yes, .. kills you and kills the others as well.
    Take a look at the world.

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  6. I believe that people who were going to kill each other anyway just use religion as an excuse.
    Asfor this Virgin Mary apparition, I'm looking at it and I truly can't see how anybody sees a face, let alone Mary, in that stain.

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  7. it looks like a vagina to me...

    -brian

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  8. Hi there!

    I've lost my parents and my siblings. I think often of them. I talk to my friends about them. I can't go to their grave since I don't live there where they have their final resting place. Just yesterday I heard a comment which sounded more like a reproach:" If one doesn't go to the grave of his loved ones, they (the deads) won't pray for him/her anymore".
    I'm speechless!

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  9. Not until people stop needing something bigger and more powerful than themselves to believe in. God, government, mom... it's all the same underlying need. - Lilly

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  10. The only thing I can see here is just dirty stain from water and probably salt from a homeless peeing there.

    I like the idea that Our Lady would appear in a homeless person's urine-stain under a motorway overpass. It's very symbolic, don't you think?

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  11. "When can we get rid of God"??? Dude, you're missing the point. God is like virtual memory, virtual power, virtual righteousness, virtual love. Very handy stuff. Don't get rid of it - LEVERAGE it. For fun and prophet! (And to hedge your bets for the afterlife). Invest in my comparative religion theme park - Ajabanistan! Peace, Joy, Love.

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