The Woman I Shall Marry :D

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5 Responses to “The Woman I Shall Marry :D”

  1. dante Says:

    Nice one. But you know it’s just a force of habit to subscribe to astrology, especially if you are extremely worried about your future. Man is in the end weak, so weak indeed that he would hope a mirage in the desert is real to keep moving on.

  2. dante Says:

    Unlearning this nature totally is a gargantuan task indeed. It is synonymous with throwing away your humanity. We are still far away from achieving that perfect rational ideal, but at least we have to strive to work harder towards that goal.

    I watched Dawkins’ “The Root of All Evil.” It was very witty. I even downloaded his book “The God Delusion”

  3. f241vc15 Says:

    dante Says:
    November 13, 2008 at 4:10 am

    Nice one. But you know it’s just a force of habit to subscribe to astrology, especially if you are extremely worried about your future. Man is in the end weak, so weak indeed that he would hope a mirage in the desert is real to keep moving on.

    >>True true. We are after all prone to mistakes, and often times thralls to our passions.

  4. f241vc15 Says:

    dante Says:
    November 13, 2008 at 4:16 am

    Unlearning this nature totally is a gargantuan task indeed. It is synonymous with throwing away your humanity. We are still far away from achieving that perfect rational ideal, but at least we have to strive to work harder towards that goal.

    I watched Dawkins’ “The Root of All Evil.” It was very witty. I even downloaded his book “The God Delusion”

    >>I agree but I cannot help thinking that there are still exceptions or downsides to this utopian rational world. Nevertheless, we have to make small steps to reach a greater goal.
    You watched “The Root Of All Evil”? 😀 Nice! You should’ve asked from me a copy of “The God Delusion”. I even bought a UK version of the book! 😀
    What did you think about the book btw?

  5. f241vc15 Says:

    To: Dante
    To be more specific about my response, I agree that it’s definitely a gargantuan task to remove these idiosyncrasies of ours. I also think that doing so will probably result in throwing away one’s humanity, as per the current definition of humanity. After all, most if not all of these irrational behaviors stem from the times when our ancestors were still living in caves and didn’t have any idea of fire or lightning. I think that, considering how we (or a lot of us) think so highly of ourselves with respect to the other animals of the animal kingdom (assuming of course those people subscribe to the notion that we are animals, because if they don’t , I’m very sorry for them and that’s another discussion for another time) we should update our definition of what it means to be human. But as you’ve also mentioned, perhaps that’s not for this time of ours yet, since there are still so many of us who cling to such superstitions and such. I guess that’s what you could call the ‘poetic but tragic side of it’.

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