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Hi everyone,
I am new here. When I found this community I laughed to myself, because that is my motto in life and I am forever saying to people "Everything happens for a reason". A friend tells me "it was so weird Shaz, just by coincidence I drove past and there they were"... I smile. Nothing, is a coincidence. It is all meant to happen. Everything unfolds perectly, as it should.
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Date:November 2nd, 2005 06:34 am (UTC)


I don't think there is such a thing as coincidence either. I have beleived that for a long time. If you want I'll be writing about that sometime. follow my screename to my blog page.
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Date:December 16th, 2005 02:55 am (UTC)




A Philosophy
A philosophy is a natural product of the intellect. Every human has a philosophy by which it lives, an intellectual declaration of a personal relationship with all other life, a statement of expectations and obligations, a pronouncement of self. That philosophy furnishes the very basis for personal behavior, and it establishes the value of a human to itself and all other life.

Early humans used spiritual guidance. Every tribe had its own version. Primitive tribal philosophers premised supernatural beings who demanded certain behaviors and promised swift and severe punishment for infractions. Later philosophers premised their ilk as superior beings who had the ability to create truth from within their own minds. Such philosophers, though many were intellectually gifted, forsook reality, believing the human mind can transcend observation. They created philosophy through their own conjecture and imagination, building great intellectual castles on highly questionable foundations. Most modern philosophers synthesize their philosophy from the tenets of their elitist ideology (PC).

But the universe is real, life is real, and the human is real. The philosophy of the human should be real also. What makes a philosophy real? There is a simple test. If the logic which supplies a philosophical expectation or behavioral conclusion is based on verifiable fact, it is likely to be real. The shorter the chain of logic from the provable premise, the more apt the conclusions are true. If the logic has no real basis (is based on dogma), its conclusions, though possibly true, are likely to be at least misleading and are probably false. All existing philosophies are based on dogma.

An alternative is presented: a philosophy developed directly from real knowledge, in most cases with a single logical step. This philosophy is dynamic. It adjusts to new knowledge as it is developed. It gives purpose, direction and reason to life. It supplies a basis for human moral and ethical conduct. It includes the entire ecosystem.

Date:December 28th, 2005 08:01 pm (UTC)

I so agree!

Like you, I don't believe in coincidence. Never been able to do that.

Nice to meet you, and glad to know someone out there also feels that things happen for a specific reason and not by chance. :)
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