August 16, 2011

Atheism vs. Theism

I simply cannot accept either ideal. Because from the atheist standpoint, there's nothing upon your death. That's it, that's all. It was like before berth. My doubt comes from the simple question of existence in general. There's a universe, galaxies, stars, constellations, and planets. There is this entire dimension of Worlds and possibly other Worlds within other dimensions and black holes and so on and so forth. If there was nothing, then there would simply be nothing at all.

But from the theist standpoint. If there is a whimsical jolly land for the truth-faith believers and a dank, horrid underworld for the sinister disbelievers, what's the point of having the World we have when there's only something to subsequently come? And, then, why is this second life the forever eternal life, when this first life is limited? And my final question: if there's something after death, why is there something before life? You didn't existent then, so shouldn't you exist now?

Fuck, this thing is going to haunt me until my death day. When that comes, well, I may not see it coming. Hopefully further than sooner, because I'm still fearful of wrapping up life now. I mean, look, D.C. United might make the MLS Cup Playoffs and have a solid future of good seasons ahead of them. (Oh, how I relate things back to soccer sooo nonchalantly).

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