From Asheville, North Carolina to Snaggy Mountain and Back to Woodruff, South Carolina – By The Late Mitchell Warren…”It’s enough to make an old cynic like Late Mitchell Warren smile in relief, that maybe, if we give love a chance, the world might look like colorful mushrooms rather than ending in a mushroom cloud.”
While some argue that ignosticism, or igtheism, is simply a rejection of language or vocabulary (as in, I am igtheist…I don’t agree with the definition) it’s more to do with an attitude than with a label.
Under formal definitions, an agnostic contends that there is not enough empirical evidence to prove the existence of a deity or deities, but that to dismiss the possibility also requires a leap of faith.
Because life must be violent. Life is nothing without conflict. We suffer so we can learn. We suffer so we can appreciate peace. We kill others so we can feed our addiction. We kill others so we can teach our young what is right and wrong.
That is that the United States (and surrounding countries) has never actually guaranteed freedom of religion, constitution notwithstanding. Instead, the government tolerates religion, so as long as it conforms to American moral standards—as sketchy a definition as that might be.
Where we are with the dream of the information super highway. Where are we in our information gathering? How much has been scanned? How much has been saved? What will be found necessary and what will be lost entirely?
Just Another Propaganda Piece From One Gun Nut. “Unfortunately for gun control proponents, the entire argument of amending the constitution is based on ignorance of the law and a certain obliviousness to the plight of the poor.”