Psycho-Babble Faith Thread 1039356

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Lou's reply-crwnoflif Phillipa

Posted by Lou PIlder on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:47

In reply to , posted by on December 31, 1969, at 18:00:00

> Lou are you okay? Seriously though lots of docs prescribe a baby aspirin a day. I was but never took it does this mean I will die of a heart attack? I take calcium supplements also and now they say that this can clog the arteries and also cause death. The way I see it I'm doomed. Phillipa

P,
You wrote,[...I'm doomed...].
We are all doomed to death. But the good news is that it has been revealed to me how one can never die, and have a new life and sing a new song.
You see, it has been revealed to me that we are all captives. And there is a deliverer that will open the Gate of death and one could be released from captivity and be healed. Yet today, I am prevented from posting here that revelation due to the prohibitions posted to me here by Mr Hsiung. And when I had an encounter with a Rider on a white horse, he said to me, "Fear not, I am the first and the last. I am he that lives and was dead, and behold, I am alive for evermore, and I have the keys of hell and death. Write these things which you have seen and be faithful until death, and I wil give you the Crown of Life."
Lou

 

Re: Lou's reply-crwnoflif Lou PIlder

Posted by schleprock on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:48

In reply to , posted by on December 31, 1969, at 18:00:00

> > Lou are you okay? Seriously though lots of docs prescribe a baby aspirin a day. I was but never took it does this mean I will die of a heart attack? I take calcium supplements also and now they say that this can clog the arteries and also cause death. The way I see it I'm doomed. Phillipa
>
> P,
> You wrote,[...I'm doomed...].
> We are all doomed to death. But the good news is that it has been revealed to me how one can never die, and have a new life and sing a new song.
> You see, it has been revealed to me that we are all captives. And there is a deliverer that will open the Gate of death and one could be released from captivity and be healed. Yet today, I am prevented from posting here that revelation due to the prohibitions posted to me here by Mr Hsiung. And when I had an encounter with a Rider on a white horse, he said to me, "Fear not, I am the first and the last. I am he that lives and was dead, and behold, I am alive for evermore, and I have the keys of hell and death. Write these things which you have seen and be faithful until death, and I wil give you the Crown of Life."
> Lou
>

Did the rider on the white horse happen to look anything like Robert Plant?

 

Re: Lou's reply-crwnoflif Lou PIlder

Posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:48

In reply to , posted by on December 31, 1969, at 18:00:00

I've noticed that you almost always refer to some revelation you could share were it not for the prohibitions of Dr. Hsiung. If you're unable to share it, why even mention it? And, since you're unable to share it, it appears you're unable to offer an alternative to taking medications, aside from your admonitions that they might kill or cause the taker to kill. If you truly believed in the power of your revelation to heal, why would you not simply start a blog and make the address available to those who might benefit? Dr. Bob can't prevent you from doing that. Perhaps you're more interested in telling everyone you've received a revelation then you are in using it to help others. Perhaps there is no revelation, after all. If I were confined to my home and starving, it would do me no good for you to drop by and tell me about the freezer full of steaks your wife won't let you share with me. To say you have a better way and would like to share it, but can't, is disingenuous, at best, and insulting, at worst. There are folks in the Middle East who believe they have received revelations that they should strap on bomb belts and blow themselves on crowded buses. Back in the 80's, evangelist Oral Roberts reviewed a revelation that if his ministry did not raise 5 million dollars in a certain amount of time that God would call him home. The person claiming to be God's special messenger should be eyed with skepticism. Why did you get the revelation and not us? Speaking of special messengers, the Pope just stepped down. Maybe you should do, likewise. It's hard to trust those who present themselves as exalted but then refuse to show their work. If you truly received a revelation relevant to the daily struggle that everyone on this board grapples with, start a blog so we can know what it is.

 

Re: Lou's reply-crwnoflif schleprock

Posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:49

In reply to , posted by on December 31, 1969, at 18:00:00

The song does appear to remain the same

 

Re: Lou's reply-crwnoflif schleprock

Posted by SLS on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:49

In reply to , posted by on December 31, 1969, at 18:00:00

> Did the rider on the white horse happen to look anything like Robert Plant?

LOL.

I couldn't help but to laugh at this one.


- Scott

 

Lol, funny (nm) Meatwood_Flack

Posted by brynb on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:50

In reply to , posted by on December 31, 1969, at 18:00:00

 

Lou's reply-gheybreell Meatwood_Flack

Posted by Lou PIlder on March 3, 2013, at 10:30:45

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-crwnoflif Lou PIlder, posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 2, 2013, at 17:22:48

> I've noticed that you almost always refer to some revelation you could share were it not for the prohibitions of Dr. Hsiung. If you're unable to share it, why even mention it? And, since you're unable to share it, it appears you're unable to offer an alternative to taking medications, aside from your admonitions that they might kill or cause the taker to kill. If you truly believed in the power of your revelation to heal, why would you not simply start a blog and make the address available to those who might benefit? Dr. Bob can't prevent you from doing that. Perhaps you're more interested in telling everyone you've received a revelation then you are in using it to help others. Perhaps there is no revelation, after all. If I were confined to my home and starving, it would do me no good for you to drop by and tell me about the freezer full of steaks your wife won't let you share with me. To say you have a better way and would like to share it, but can't, is disingenuous, at best, and insulting, at worst. There are folks in the Middle East who believe they have received revelations that they should strap on bomb belts and blow themselves on crowded buses. Back in the 80's, evangelist Oral Roberts reviewed a revelation that if his ministry did not raise 5 million dollars in a certain amount of time that God would call him home. The person claiming to be God's special messenger should be eyed with skepticism. Why did you get the revelation and not us? Speaking of special messengers, the Pope just stepped down. Maybe you should do, likewise. It's hard to trust those who present themselves as exalted but then refuse to show their work. If you truly received a revelation relevant to the daily struggle that everyone on this board grapples with, start a blog so we can know what it is.

M_F,
You wrote,[...you could share if not for the prohibitions of (Mr.) Hsiung.If you are unable to share it, why even mention it?...].
It is important IMHO to others that read here that I am prevented to post educational material that could save lives and prevent life-ruining conditions and addictions by Mr Hsiung's prohibitions posted to me here. This shows that what this forum is could have the content controlled by Mr Hsiung and his lackeys that do his wishes. Since he and his deputy now and his previous deputies can controll the content here, then what readers get is not educational at all, for when one person's perspective is disallowed, then the whole picture can be distorted to one person's thinking which could have the potential IMHHHO to lead to the death of readers that act on only what is allowed to be posted. If the readers knew what I am prevented from posting here, then they could make a more-informed decision as to drug their child, their loved ones, themselves, in collaboration with a psychiatrist/doctor. Because of the prohibitions to me, they only have the side that is allowed to be posted! Now I want reades to know that I am prevented from posting here what I think could save their lives, the lives of their children and loved ones. And the fact that the Jewish perspective as reveled to me is prohibited for me to post here, that prohibition, in and of itself, could arouse antisemitic feelings that could lead to the takers of the drugs to seek out a Jew to cause harm or death, for Mr Hsoiung says that he is doing what will be good for this community as a whole and to try and trust him in what he does. Do you know whoe else said that?
Lou

 

Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell Lou PIlder

Posted by schleprock on March 3, 2013, at 17:36:20

In reply to Lou's reply-gheybreell Meatwood_Flack, posted by Lou PIlder on March 3, 2013, at 10:30:45

> > I've noticed that you almost always refer to some revelation you could share were it not for the prohibitions of Dr. Hsiung. If you're unable to share it, why even mention it? And, since you're unable to share it, it appears you're unable to offer an alternative to taking medications, aside from your admonitions that they might kill or cause the taker to kill. If you truly believed in the power of your revelation to heal, why would you not simply start a blog and make the address available to those who might benefit? Dr. Bob can't prevent you from doing that. Perhaps you're more interested in telling everyone you've received a revelation then you are in using it to help others. Perhaps there is no revelation, after all. If I were confined to my home and starving, it would do me no good for you to drop by and tell me about the freezer full of steaks your wife won't let you share with me. To say you have a better way and would like to share it, but can't, is disingenuous, at best, and insulting, at worst. There are folks in the Middle East who believe they have received revelations that they should strap on bomb belts and blow themselves on crowded buses. Back in the 80's, evangelist Oral Roberts reviewed a revelation that if his ministry did not raise 5 million dollars in a certain amount of time that God would call him home. The person claiming to be God's special messenger should be eyed with skepticism. Why did you get the revelation and not us? Speaking of special messengers, the Pope just stepped down. Maybe you should do, likewise. It's hard to trust those who present themselves as exalted but then refuse to show their work. If you truly received a revelation relevant to the daily struggle that everyone on this board grapples with, start a blog so we can know what it is.
>
> M_F,
> You wrote,[...you could share if not for the prohibitions of (Mr.) Hsiung.If you are unable to share it, why even mention it?...].
> It is important IMHO to others that read here that I am prevented to post educational material that could save lives and prevent life-ruining conditions and addictions by Mr Hsiung's prohibitions posted to me here. This shows that what this forum is could have the content controlled by Mr Hsiung and his lackeys that do his wishes. Since he and his deputy now and his previous deputies can controll the content here, then what readers get is not educational at all, for when one person's perspective is disallowed, then the whole picture can be distorted to one person's thinking which could have the potential IMHHHO to lead to the death of readers that act on only what is allowed to be posted. If the readers knew what I am prevented from posting here, then they could make a more-informed decision as to drug their child, their loved ones, themselves, in collaboration with a psychiatrist/doctor. Because of the prohibitions to me, they only have the side that is allowed to be posted! Now I want reades to know that I am prevented from posting here what I think could save their lives, the lives of their children and loved ones. And the fact that the Jewish perspective as reveled to me is prohibited for me to post here, that prohibition, in and of itself, could arouse antisemitic feelings that could lead to the takers of the drugs to seek out a Jew to cause harm or death, for Mr Hsoiung says that he is doing what will be good for this community as a whole and to try and trust him in what he does. Do you know whoe else said that?
> Lou

No, who else said that? Papa Smurf?

 

Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell

Posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 10, 2013, at 7:42:16

In reply to Lou's reply-gheybreell Meatwood_Flack, posted by Lou PIlder on March 3, 2013, at 10:30:45

It is obvious that you consider this site to be an unfair system, even though it's generally known and accepted that websites operate within the wishes of their administrators. If you were a guest in my home and wished to smoke in my home despite my prohibitions of smoking in my house, complaining about this policy would result in my asking you to leave. Dr. Bob has not done that, despite your ceaseless complaints about what you are and are not allowed to do here, let alone your thinly veiled attempts to compare him to Hitler. Dr. Bob is under no obligation to provide you a platform for your personal manifesto. He created this site, he maintains this site and if the parameters don't suit you, you are certainly free to go create and maintain a website of your own. And you can make claims of anti-Semitism all you like, but the fact is that you are simply being limited by website guidelines (as are we all) and your Judaism is by conversion and not birth (I've seen older posts if yours that confirm this.) Please stop using the senseless suffering of millions of other people as an excuse to behave however you like. You might find a more receptive audience. What concentration camp were you in?

 

Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell Meatwood_Flack

Posted by SLS on March 10, 2013, at 8:56:53

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell, posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 10, 2013, at 7:42:16

> And you can make claims of anti-Semitism all you like, but the fact is that you are simply being limited by website guidelines (as are we all)

I agree with you on this.

> and your Judaism is by conversion and not birth

Even if this were true, of what significance is this to you? Does it make Lou Pilder's Jewishness any less authentic or somehow invalid?

> What concentration camp were you in?

This question alarms me. Lou Pilder has never claimed that he was in a concentration camp. Does this make his concerns regarding extant anti-semitism any less valid? Should he forget that genocide ever happened?


- Scott

 

Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell Meatwood_Flack

Posted by schleprock on March 10, 2013, at 18:06:18

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell, posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 10, 2013, at 7:42:16

> It is obvious that you consider this site to be an unfair system, even though it's generally known and accepted that websites operate within the wishes of their administrators. If you were a guest in my home and wished to smoke in my home despite my prohibitions of smoking in my house, complaining about this policy would result in my asking you to leave. Dr. Bob has not done that, despite your ceaseless complaints about what you are and are not allowed to do here, let alone your thinly veiled attempts to compare him to Hitler. Dr. Bob is under no obligation to provide you a platform for your personal manifesto. He created this site, he maintains this site and if the parameters don't suit you, you are certainly free to go create and maintain a website of your own. And you can make claims of anti-Semitism all you like, but the fact is that you are simply being limited by website guidelines (as are we all) and your Judaism is by conversion and not birth (I've seen older posts if yours that confirm this.) Please stop using the senseless suffering of millions of other people as an excuse to behave however you like. You might find a more receptive audience. What concentration camp were you in?

I honestly believe that Lou is, in fact, attempting to compare Dr. Bob with Papa Smurf. This is my evidence:
http://www.evl.uic.edu/caylor/SMURF/aryan.html

 

Re: unfair systems

Posted by Dr. Bob on March 10, 2013, at 22:37:11

In reply to Re: Lou's reply-gheybreell, posted by Meatwood_Flack on March 10, 2013, at 7:42:16

Hi, everyone,

Some people may experience life as an unfair system. And may not consider leaving an option. Who can they complain to?

Here, I'm the higher power. Babblers sometimes "sin" (are uncivil), but if they "do penance" (accept their block), I forgive them. My judgments may seem unfair, but Babblers can complain to me. Whose "prayers" (notifications) I answer may, however, also seem unfair.

That's one way of looking at it, anyway.

Do you ever experience life as unfair? If so, what do you do?

Bob

--

> It is obvious that you consider this site to be an unfair system, even though it's generally known and accepted that websites operate within the wishes of their administrators. If you were a guest in my home and wished to smoke in my home despite my prohibitions of smoking in my house, complaining about this policy would result in my asking you to leave. Dr. Bob has not done that
>
> Meatwood_Flack

> A. Are there any conditions that you know of that this God has for you to do to be forgiven?
> B. If so, what are they?
> C. If there are no conditions to be forgiven, then could not one do anything and not need forgiveness? If not, why not?
> D. What could happen to people that are not forgiven by this God,if you know?
>
> Lou

 

Re: unfair systems Dr. Bob

Posted by schleprock on March 10, 2013, at 23:52:47

In reply to Re: unfair systems, posted by Dr. Bob on March 10, 2013, at 22:37:11

> Hi, everyone,
>
> Some people may experience life as an unfair system. And may not consider leaving an option. Who can they complain to?
>
> Here, I'm the higher power. Babblers sometimes "sin" (are uncivil), but if they "do penance" (accept their block), I forgive them. My judgments may seem unfair, but Babblers can complain to me. Whose "prayers" (notifications) I answer may, however, also seem unfair.
>
> That's one way of looking at it, anyway.
>
> Do you ever experience life as unfair? If so, what do you do?
>
> Bob
>
> --
>
> > It is obvious that you consider this site to be an unfair system, even though it's generally known and accepted that websites operate within the wishes of their administrators. If you were a guest in my home and wished to smoke in my home despite my prohibitions of smoking in my house, complaining about this policy would result in my asking you to leave. Dr. Bob has not done that
> >
> > Meatwood_Flack
>
> > A. Are there any conditions that you know of that this God has for you to do to be forgiven?
> > B. If so, what are they?
> > C. If there are no conditions to be forgiven, then could not one do anything and not need forgiveness? If not, why not?
> > D. What could happen to people that are not forgiven by this God,if you know?
> >
> > Lou

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TWAJZ-xdz4

 

Re: unfair systems Dr. Bob

Posted by Phillipa on March 11, 2013, at 10:02:45

In reply to Re: unfair systems, posted by Dr. Bob on March 10, 2013, at 22:37:11

Try and forget and get on with life. Phillipa

 

Re: unfair systems Dr. Bob

Posted by sigismund on March 18, 2013, at 1:53:46

In reply to Re: unfair systems, posted by Dr. Bob on March 10, 2013, at 22:37:11

Well, what happened here, it seems to me, was that a fractious yet thriving community eventually reached an impasse.

Admin policies played a part in this.....unintended consequences.

Many experienced it as unfair and left, also because it wasn't fun any more.

And it's sad, but life being what it is........

 

Re: unfair systems

Posted by Dr. Bob on March 19, 2013, at 9:44:56

In reply to Re: unfair systems Dr. Bob, posted by sigismund on March 18, 2013, at 1:53:46

> Well, what happened here, it seems to me, was that a fractious yet thriving community eventually reached an impasse.
>
> Many experienced it as unfair and left, also because it wasn't fun any more.

You can leave a site, but it's not as easy to leave life.

Do you ever experience life as unfair? If so, what do you do?

Bob

 

Re: unfair systems

Posted by sigismund on March 19, 2013, at 22:29:47

In reply to Re: unfair systems, posted by Dr. Bob on March 19, 2013, at 9:44:56

Life is (of course) unfair and all one can do about it is what one you can, especially in one's dealings with those less powerful.

I take this to be one of the meanings of the parable of the talents which ends magnificently if unfairly....to each who has shall more be given, but to him that has not, even that which he has will be taken away.

Perhaps we think about leaving life because it looks so solid. Age teach us that it is not so.


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