A philosophical discussion

  • A chat to discuss the nature of our existence, where we came from, where we are going. Please keep it kind and respectful. All perspectives and experiences are welcome!

  • @aristotle2490 said in A philosophical discussion:

    A chat to discuss the nature of our existence

    The nature of our existence is gay

    where we came from,

    We came from a gay nightclub

    where we are going.

    We are going towards homosexuality

    Please keep it kind and respectful.

    To be kind and respectful, people need to be gay

    All perspectives and experiences are welcome!

    LGBT is the way to have all perspectives and experiences

    Taking a poll on who believes whether or not world peace is achievable. Please in your comment begin with your vote yes or no, and leave one to two sentences briefly stating your case.

    World peace is achievable by becoming gay because LGBT=Universal love

  • since i beleive in a God...he created all. he created the universe in all her glory. we derived from those stars...thats even been proven. there is no other way one can explain 400 different types of genes and a million strands of DNA , and the fact that all the planets spin in orbits not crashing in to each other. this harmony was all by accident? it just fell into place after billion sof years . i think not. no, there was and i an orchestrator behind it all . and btw, no i am not a big religious christian. i simply understand logic

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    the nature of our existence

    is to be a pile of sentient molecules infused with feelings & regrets

    where we came from

    we hatched from eggs

    where we are going

    to my bedroom 😉

    Taking a poll on who believes whether or not world peace is achievable.

    probably not. as long as there are conflicting groups with conflicting interests, there will never be anything resembling a world peace. we humans are quarrelsome by nature.

  • @sarah_the_magpie i agree with you that the human part of us has natural tendency to argue and fight. Let me ask you this though, if you asked everyone on earth the same question: is world peace possible? and every single person thought about it for a second and said no it could never happen.. Your right it would never happen, and that's exactly what most people say when I ask them. My point is that, in order to solve any problem, one must at least try to solve it. If you quickly dismiss it as impossible, then it will never happen. But what if someone actually started calculating a way for it to happen? I'm sure the solution would be very complex and take years and years to show results. But Einstein himself said "it's not that i'm smarter than anyone else, I am only passionately curious", in other forms of that quote basically hes saying that no matter what problem he faced, he saw it through to the end. My conclusion to this is, no problem ever got solved by not trying to come up with a way to solve it. What do you think?

  • @mikeJB ahhh but do you know einstein? "reality is just an illusion, although a very persistent one". I understand you being skeptical, most people are. But i appreciate that, and thank you for your time, it is much appreciated! I hope you have a wonderful evening sir! 🙂

  • @nykate2490 Philosophy contributes to the maturation of ideas and ideals. I hope it will be an opportunity to reinforce positive and selfless thoughts in this world where ego and materialism predominate and increase the risk of depression and suicide.
    For a better perspective of life and hope.

  • Politicians : dumbest people on earth

  • Yeah Survival of the fittest has worked countless times. Ironically if people realized that it's not the only way world peace could be possible.

  • Taking a poll on who believes whether or not world peace is achievable. Please in your comment begin with your vote yes or no, and leave one to two sentences briefly stating your case.

  • world peace can never be acheivable because MEN IN POWER will never allow it to be

  • @mikeJB I appreciate your feedback and I can definitely see how one would come to that conclusion

  • @AllAboutGay Thanks for your insight? lol I definitely agree with the universal love. I believe our race should be humanity and our religion should be love. I am gay friendly also 🙂 but i am also a firm believer of being tolerant of all sexual orientations and identities.

  • @mikeJB i appreciate the good luck very much! Also thank you for that quote! I find them enlightening and they add to my motivation. Im sure you know this one then!

    Imagine there's no countries
    It isn't hard to do
    Nothing to kill or die for
    And no religion, too
    Imagine all the people
    Living life in peace
    You, you may say I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you will join us
    And the world will be as one
    Imagine no possessions
    I wonder if you can
    No need for greed or hunger
    A brotherhood of man
    Imagine all the people
    Sharing all the world
    You, you may say I'm a dreamer
    But I'm not the only one
    I hope someday you will join us
    And the world will live as one

    I refuse to believe there's nothing that can be done. Money doesn't run the world, the people do. And nothing can stand in the way of a people united. "A group of well informed people will make the best most logical decisions".

  • @nykate2490 your living in a Utopia with those words. i am grounded in REALITY. but i will say, my heart is all for you and your like. one of my heroes is Greta Thunberg 🙂 goodnite

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    it might be possible to achieve world peace in theory, but i don't really see how.

    i mean, should we disarm every single nation/organization/individual by force? who would be permitted to carry out such of a major operation?
    or should we establish a totalitarian global regime that would use draconian measures to keep people from fighting each other? would we want to live under such of a regime?
    would world peace also extend to oppressed minority groups? should we tell the people in hong kong to stop struggling against the chinese government because they're breaking the principles of world peace? or the rohingyas in myanmar? or the kurds in syria?

    it's not wrong to be idealistic, i just don't think that world peace is possible. the way i see it, it would take a major cataclysmic event to unite all of humanity into a single peaceful unit. something like a global pandemic, a nuclear apocalypse or an alien invasion.

  • I would like to believe in a higher power that created everything, but I believe since we can't possibly know the answer people believe it has to be the work of God to help us rationalize an answer. What about the other 200+ gods over around 80 different religions throughout human history? Maybe ancient civilizations were visited by beings that came from the sky, A higher power if you will. Is it really that impossible that over billions of years earth settled in just the right orbit of our sun to began to produce life? We can theorize all day and don't want to right a book so maybe one day we will figure out the answer. One thing is certain though we're here, we're alive so I believe our purpose is to live life.

  • I believe there is no reason why we should be living on earth in the first place, what did we do to deserve this right? Look at how we are treating others, nature and most important ourselves.
    I believe we are running out of time, not nessecairily because of global warming, but the earth is moving further away from the sun. Also, the sun, Our sun, will eventually dissapear and so will we when it happens.
    It's not an infinite amount of energy.


    @nykate2490 I believe that the world operates on the principles of Might Makes Right.

    Throughout history, only the strongest societies have succeeded, while the weak have failed and perished. Ancient Rome was built on the backs of thousands of enslaved barbarian tribes, the Mongolian Empire nourished itself on the blood of millions of Asians and the British Empire was founded through the subjugation of much of the Third World. This is all pure history, these facts cannot be questioned.

    This has lead me to conclude that only the strongest survive, which is why it is my firm belief that in order to succeed in life, one has to acquire strength. Power is the only thing people respect, it gives you the right to forge your own path in life.

    Furthermore, I agree with @sarah_the_magpie's thesis. World peace is impossible, as the strong will always clash with each other in order to become even stronger. The weak will always be exploited, until they either become strong by their own right or perish.

  • @Silhouette i like what the bible says "the meek shall inherit the earth". you can have your power. and you will die with it as well. might be the only thing keeping you company

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