26F - Not here to send you nudes but I'll have witty, sarcastic conversations with you.
@lmn that's good to know, i hope that you sustain that through time and in chaos
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MOBA - Vainglory, styled around lol
hack and slash RPG - dungeon hunter 5
MMORPG - Order and chaos 2
Which Are the memorable movie dialogs u mostly like or remember?
Whatever that doesn't kill u simply makes u Stranger. -The Joker
Upset the established order and everything will become Chaos. -The Joker
Choose a game you love (or tolerate) in each category!
Just realised that dead space was in third person.
FPS - CS:GO/Bioshock Infinite
To add more,
MOBA - DOTA 2
MMORPG - Order and Chaos 2
Stealth - Hitman
Do you think ISLAM is a religion of terrorism ?
I think that Islam was intended to represent brotherhood, charity and kindness etc.......but the laws are so contradictory that there was no way for it to result in anything other than what it represents today.....which I'm sorry to say, is chaos.
I have close friends that are Muslim. I respect and embrace them wholeheartedly. They are nothing but good people. But after having intense and lengthy conversations with multiple relgious muslims including some imams, I am lead to believe that's quite close to bogus. Again, the intention was good, but if was clearly a manmade religion, which is why it is flawed, hence the uproar and backlash there is against it today.
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Many philosophers have argued it for centuries but I feel like I'm in favor of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, who said that we are good by nature but get easily corrupted by the society
Because chaos gives most people an illusion of progress. Hence, we get easily get bored by our monotonic lives which in turns tempts us to do things that are stupid and risky because we believe that it would be helpful to us in one way or another just because it breaks us from our daily routine.
Yes, most of the humans do indeed feed on dramas. It is the reason celebrity rumors spread like wildfire and many celebrities remain popular in their industry by constantly supplying us with drama. It works because we talk about them due to their drama which in-turns focuses the media's spotlight on them and thus in spite of their lacking skill, keeps them popular.
Happiness is not definite. It is something abstract defined only by the individual. So, someone may say that he is truly happy but is there any way to gauge it or can his definition apply to others.
What's the meaning of life? What's the point?
@saunders-tom "If you feel good, you believe that your life has value/meaning."
Not necessarily; we simply can't draw any such conclusions. One can feel good despite knowing that life has no inherent meaning. People can be happy just for the sake of being happy (I hope that makes sense), because it feels good to be happy. Just like how some people learn something for the sake of learning, to satisfy their curiosity, even though that knowledge might not bring them any gain, monetary or otherwise.
It's human nature to attach meaning to (and find utility in) everything, and to refuse to acknowledge the utter chaos of nature and its indifference towards everything. Perhaps this is why the concept of God was invented - to give people an ideal to strive towards, so that they lived a noble life, rather than drown in misery about how meaningless their lives were. It fuels our single most powerful instinct - that of survival. Speaking in terms of evolution, procreation is the most important goal of all organisms, because it ensures that the species doesn't die out (why the instinct to live is so strong, though, is a totally different question that is open for philosophical debate).
So, to answer your question - life has no meaning by itself, but we give it meaning, probably because it helps our species to survive.
Live for the sake of living, enjoy yourself, do your job well, try your best to help others at every opportunity, and be happy. That's all there is really, isn't it? :)
I'll leave you with a story that offers some food for thought :
Online Dating... A virus of unknown nature!!
To all my friends in TWS..!! Namaste, Kon'nichiwa, Xin Chào, привет !!
Its been about a year that my younger sister got married. She met her partner on Facebook, fell in love and within about 6 months, they got married. The day they first met was on the day of their marriage!! That's crazy!!! 😆 Luckily the guy was a sweet gentleman and a good hearted person.
Youngsters uses social media as a mean to resolve their loneliness and thus seek out to various apps and websites which are open and unauthenticated. Creating a fake account is as easy as buying a toffee. There is no authentication of identity proof. And some places even fake identity can be used. In such chaotic scenario, youngsters (mostly teenagers) jump into the whirlpool of an unknown adventure which sometimes recoils and backfires. It's always interesting to chat and know strangers all around the world. Thousands of websites and apps like Tinder, TruelyMadly, Bigo, Facebook, Instagram, FriendsLife, VK and so on.. exists in which girls and boys openly share their feelings and sometimes personal information like hobbies, likes and dislikes and various other things without even knowing the true identity of the person on the other side. Not all are fake, there are genuinely good people too. But these social sites are flooded with imposters and dirty minded people who can cause you harm in ways beyond imagination, may it be psychologically, emotionally or physically. Being cautious is very important. Young people has a volatile mind, which can easily be persuaded. So, all my dear good friends, be careful to choose your stranger friends. Talking is a very wonderful way to get to know someone. So, take time before jumping into conclusions. Play safe, be safe and remember about your dearest ones before stepping into something big like my sister. I would just say that she got lucky but one of us may not be!!!
Guys feel free to share your views. And i am sorry if I have offended anyone. I just am sharing my views..!! So nobolded text hard feelings!!!!
What are your thoughts on Atheism?
@Maddragon There are two in-use definitions of the word 'atheist':
1.) A person who lacks belief in a god or gods. People who use this definition categorize atheists as either negative (or implicit or weak) atheists or positive (or explicit or strong) atheists. Negative atheists, while they don't believe in a god, do not positively assert that no gods exist. Positive atheists, however, do.
2.) A person who believes that no god or gods exist.
Those who consider themselves atheists (who are usually positive atheists) tend to define 'atheist' using the former definition, and those who believe in a god or gods tend to define 'atheist' using the latter. In both cases, this seems to be a demagogic practice intended to classify either as many or as few people as atheists as possible. Negative atheists are usually referred to as agnostics.
While neither definition of atheism entails any personality traits of atheists or of those who do believe in a god or gods (sometimes referred to as 'theists'), both atheists and theists tend to believe that certain traits apply to all atheists/theists. Common myths about atheists include: all atheists are arrogant, immoral, rebellious, and/or intolerant; all atheists really believe in (the Christian) God and are simply in denial; all atheists are depressed and believe life is meaningless. Common myths about theists include: all theists are naive and/or intolerant; all theists don't really believe in their god(s) and just pretend to because they're afraid that if people realised that no god exists, there will be complete chaos; all theists are weak and look to their god(s) for comfort. It hardly needs to be said that while these myths apply to a select few individuals in each group, the claim that they apply to every atheist or every theist is false.
Negative atheists justify their lack of belief in god(s) by pointing out that no evidence exists for the existence of god(s), and justify their lack of disbelief by pointing out that no evidence exists for the nonexistence thereof. Positive atheists often assert that while no evidence for god(s) exists, it should be by default assumed that they do not, until evidence is found. Some also try to use logic to prove that God does not exist, but this is often attached by theists and weak atheists as being mere wordplay. Some theists and weak atheists also assert that logic is superficial and meaningless (which is an easily refutable claim), and that only one's inner feelings can lead them to truth. Some positive atheists (and deists), however, are led to their stance through their feelings. Some feel that because the world is filled with evil and malice, and all-loving, benevolent god cannot exist. Those who are led to their stance through this feeling, however, cannot justify their disbelief in a malevolent god in the same way. Some reject the idea of the Christian God because the Bible states that non-Christians are condemned to Hell, and reject the idea as being too disturbing. While the same argument can also be made against the gods of various other religions, including Islam and Zoroastrianism, it cannot be made against every god (in Judaism, for example, Hell does not exist).
"Do you believe in God?"
"No, I don't."
"Then you're an atheist?"
"I suppose. I don't believe God doesn't exist, so I could probably be called an agnostic instead. Some atheists may consider me a 'negative atheist', though."
"Don't you think atheists.. er, would I call them 'positive atheists'? Don't you think they're intolerant?"
"Yes, you'd call them 'positive atheists', and no, I wouldn't say they're all intolerant. While some may come off as arrogant, they're just unable to understand how you can believe in God; you probably come off as arrogant to them, also, because you're unable to understand how they can disbelieve in God. People on both sides really need to make an effort to be more tolerant, and to discuss their stance on religion without using childish, immature insults."