Posted by linkadge on March 22, 2009, at 15:24:27
In reply to Re: Depression as a brain homeostatic reset » linkadge, posted by SLS on March 22, 2009, at 13:55:31
>I have found an answer to this dilemma that is >routed outside the Western religions' concepts >of God.
>That God is, does not necessarily prevent nor >justify trajedy. That is why I try to take >nothing for granted. The more things that I deem >are gifts, the wealthier I become.
>This is a Western concept. To me, it seems >linear and bipolar. I find it more productive to >think of things in terms of matrices.
>> Most people create an image of God in their >>mind which is not entirely logical.
>According to whom?
According to simple observations about the nature of the world around us.
>It seems illogical to me that one can fathom >existence without God.
Clinical depression can be an existence without God.
>I am usually quite happy, even in the presence >of depression. If this is a sickness, may I >never recover...
Ok, whatever. I am remembering again why this board is a waste of my time.