Saturday, 3 September 2011
06:19:12 PM (GMT)
Lets take a little
journey into a bit of creative thinking, shall we?
First, lets look at the kind of people who make up the evil side of humans and the
good side of humans.
Naturally, we want to be around the good side of humans.
But the evil ones always tend to know what they're doing. They are usually
indescribably brilliant and irresistibly manipulative with the human mind.
Making themselves appear good for the sake of getting into your life.
This is the pattern that evil follows.
In order to be truly evil, you must be ridiculously smart and know how to manipulate
Now that we have that little concept in our minds, lets look at the most common
religion found in America. (Whether it be true or not.)
Lets look at God and the Devil.
Now, people say that Satan is evil because he tempts humans into 'sin' with
And God is good because he promises us heaven after death and possible protection
with our loyalty.
God is really evil. Demanding our pure loyalty in trade for promises of protection,
love, and paradise after life.
He makes it seem as if he is all powerful and wise. He makes it seem like he's always
there for you and loves you.
But only if you worship him and only him for the entirety of your life.. ???
Perhaps he is just trying to doom you into a life full of worship and sacrifice.
Perhaps, since he is all powerful, he is so good at making you believe he is light
and good, that you follow his commands without question.
Satan is really good. He tempts you with humanly pleasures only for the purpose of
you giving into those temptations.
He temps you with sex, food, laziness, want, anger, envy, and pride. These seven
'sins' that Satan attempts you to give into are some of the most basic and deeply
rooted concepts of human kind. To try and resist these 'sins' is to try and resist
being human. So all in all, Satan is simply trying to show you how to live life
before you have to die.
No tricks, no promises, simply temptation.
Perhaps Christians have seen everything wrong.
Perhaps Catholics have seen everything in the wrong light.
We are misunderstanding God and Satan.
Now I am not a Satanist nor am I a God Groveler. I am Buddhist. However, that doesn't
restrict me from thinking about these things. I am not preaching any kind of point, I
just thought it was an interesting concept.
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