>>5367>people are strange>when your a stranger>faces look ugly>when you're alone
this quote from a Jim Morrison song really got me thinking. Is Nihilism just a result of loneliness?
Nihilism is taking life for granted imo, I try to appreciate the positive experiences in life.
As for my contribution, there's this one quote I read in the paper that was like: "to reach into ones own pockets to help someone is commendable, to reach into another's pockets to help someone is condemnable" basically talking about how taxation is fundamentally wrong because it takes away individual freedoms.
Do not say plebbit
Its a bad word, and a forbidden website
Do not invoke the names of gay websites
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alright, will do>>5490>niggerspacing
Nigger is not a bad word
Reddit is - anon
And as for those who are at Jerusalem, saith the prophet, they shall be scourged by all people, because they crucify the God of Israel, and turn their hearts aside, rejecting signs and wonders, and the power and glory of the God of Israel. And because they turn their hearts aside, saith the prophet, and have despised the Holy One of Israel, they shall wander in the flesh, and perish, and become a hiss and a byword, and be hated among all nations. Nevertheless, when that day cometh, saith the prophet, that they no more turn aside their hearts against the Holy One of Israel, then will he remember the covenants which he made to their fathers.
>>5367>If the truth shall kill them, let them die.
Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
>Go FAQ Yourself
Rule 29: you.
"Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is – his good, pleasing and perfect will."
Romans is a cool book. Paul was smart, his letters show the nuance of successful mission work. This verse lays out a very roman value (improvement of the self and mind through reasoning and discipline) and then backs it with a Christian one (Man's efforts can and should become aligned with that of righteousness and therefore the Lord) and slaps a call to action on top of it. Paul did not just run in thumping his bible and waving his cross claiming he was right and the Romans were wrong, he respected the existing culture and values of the Romans and sought to build a bridge. I doubt early Christianity could have survived without adopting some good Roman will and ethics. I think about this a lot, you don't have to be a Christian or even strongly religious to see the wisdom in it.