Psycho-Babble Medication | about biological treatments | Framed
This thread | Show all | Post follow-up | Start new thread | List of forums | Search | FAQ

Re: What do GP's really know?

Posted by Larry B. Piercy on October 14, 2003, at 21:43:37

In reply to What do GP's really know?, posted by TonyIreland on October 14, 2003, at 18:22:51

Scientist say that one day "nothing turned to something("pre-animate particles") and then exploded. This is the big bang theory as I recall it from college physics and for some reason people have no trouble believing that nothing blew up and created all we now see. About the same precentage of the population used to believe the earth was flat, not that long ago.

I can't bring myself to judge the believer or the non-believer because when you look closely at all we believe in, at some point we make assumptions we can't prove.

I haven't seen any proof of God, yet many believe in him/her. The true miracle of life may be evidence of God, as all that is in this universe seems to destroy life and order, and not build them- but again, no real proof. I hope there is a God with all my heart. Some greater force who made us and is watching us - even if he/she is more silent than I would prefer.

Some scientist are beginning to believe that we are devolving, not evolving as darwin believed. Our genetic code seems to be deteriorating as each generation has more and more defects than before. If this is true, it could support that our placement here on earth was by God... but it also supports the theory that alien visitors planted us here.

Maybe this life is like an amusement park ride for souls? You get a life but can't remember your previous existance until its over. You get the thrill of the unknown, the thrill of death, which souls may not otherwise experiance. In a few years we will all laugh at how scared we were during the ride and how funny it was when so many of us took paxil/effexor to reduce stress and the withdrawl caught is all by surprise. Or how scared we were on our death beds until we died could remember everything again. Hey that was awesome, lets do it again - this time I want to be a woman in the middle east, sounds like a real challenge....

I don't know what is true if any of the above - and it is not by a lack of trying on my part.

What I do know is, I am here. Even though life has been horrid lately due to paxil and effexor, I still want to exist and to live. Even though it seems more and more people have become self-centered and unconcerned about others - there are still good people around and the only way I will ever know them is to live.

What will be the next wonderful experiance for me? Will it be winning the lottery? The best sex ever? Something that one of my sons will do to make me proud and happy for them? I don't know the answers to these questions anymore than what will be the next bad experiance for me. But to me its worth living to find out, and I'll deal with the bad to have the good, versus suicide and knowing for sure the last event of my life will be bad.

I pray that there is life after death because I want to exist... but if there isnt, I wont be around to feel the lose. So I will search for answers as I can, enjoy life when I can and try not to be stressed over those things that I have no control over - which is much.

The only thing I can know for certain is I am here now, and overall I like it. I want answers as much as you, but after 40 years of life, I still dont have answers to the big questions.

One of my biggest fears was being fired. Last year I was "layed off" and was unemployed for a year. It was bad, but even it had good points, like spending alot of time with my kids. I'm employed now and unemployment is no longer one of my biggest fears - I have grown and learned.

Maybe life is like a book and to know the ending spoils it and by choice or force, we can't know the ending until we experiance it?




Post a new follow-up

Your message only Include above post

Notify the administrators

They will then review this post with the posting guidelines in mind.

To contact them about something other than this post, please use this form instead.


Start a new thread

Google www
Search options and examples
[amazon] for

This thread | Show all | Post follow-up | Start new thread | FAQ
Psycho-Babble Medication | Framed

poster:Larry B. Piercy thread:269429