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I ask you, stop. Stop your flame wars. Stop your hatred. Your anger. My words may not be delecite and quaint like the strokes of a paintbrush, but I promise you will understand. How can we ever realistically hope for enlightenment when so many us here are still shrouded in darkness. Us, the self-proclaimed searchers for deeper meaning, the shroomerites.
Wether we know it or not we ALL look for something more. Yet at every turn we meaninglessly seek to establish some kind of dominance over each other. I beg you all, hear my words. Release yourselves from your animalistic instincts, yes we are animals, but we are also so much more. I have recently noticed a lot of gay-bashing in various forums, all I have to say, is that homo-sexuality is wrong, but also to a certain extent so is hetro-sexuality!
Don't you see, sex, in it's simplest form, is no much more then an addiction!!! Such a built up frenzy, and for what, a massive neuro-chemical surge resulting in a 10 second high? Believe me there are better drugs out there. I mean don't get me wrong, nobody likes a nice piece of pussy as much as me, truthfully actually I probabaly have worse addiction problem than most (resulting in regular masturbation up to 5 times a day), but what I'm trying to get at is that there are greater ideals out there. I do believe in sex for a reason - procreation, occasional recreation (but much more than that and it starts to become a hollow release (empty feeling afterwards), and in my opinion is not good for the soul (when I say soul I guess I really mean brain), Which
brings me to my next point, which I beleive can be summed up in one quote, I will post the corresponding link at the bottom
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Traditional philosophy is outdated and should now be replaced by a new philosophy which I termed "psychopharmacophilosophy" while working in Siam. Psychopharmacophilosophy has an extraordinary importance as it shatters completely many deep-seated beliefs of human
beings. For instance, it clearly demonstrates that all religions are human creations and not "divine". We have to become used to that! There is no other choice. If all the mystics of history had been subjected to haloperidol or risperidone they would have never persuaded other human animals that they were in contact with the essence of reality... Religion is a consequence of the architecture and functioning of our memory which leads us to create imaginary structures with no counterpart in exoreality. Psychopharmacophilosophy also clearly demonstrates that all human thoughts and emotions are the consequences of underlying neurochemical events. This, in turn, makes human "logic" highly suspect of continuous bias and distortion... When a person tries to have a "logical" discourse is she purely logical, like a machine, or is she intrinsically biased because of her particular brain functions? The answer is that she is always biased!
I purely and fully believe science can explain everything, that doesn't necessarily mean that will eventually know everything, the human brain is very limited comparitively, although I do believe that eventually, we will evolve ourselves through science. I see this as an inevetability.
Learn, know, teach, and forgive. This is my creed. I have learned it, and now I teach it to you. And above all remember, remember to forgive, for we are all the same. Teach them, and you might find they are once as you were.
ok you may be an animal but i am not.
and i haven't jerked off for almost 5 months now.
-------------------- Darlene: "Ted, I got you this new nose plug to stop you from snoring at night."
Ted: "Uh yeah, and I got you this paper bag to stop you from looking like James Brown in the Morning."
Darlene: "Oh come now, I don't look anything like James Brown."
Ted: "Hey kids, who does your mom look like in the morning?"
Kids... in unison: "James Brown!"
Darlene, "All right, thats enough... It's poison spaghetti for dinner tonight."
We are all inherently animals my friend (look it up in the dictionary - it does have a specific meaning you know). As far as your ability to maintain your sexual urges (given you actually have any) I am happy for you.