It's actual Brahma, not bhrama. Sorry! I made a mistake.
you study hinduism?
I am Hindu.
that explains why you guys seem so at peace.I live in a city with many and you're all so calm and collected. hinduism is great it's not a guy with a beard sitting on a throne judging you scaring you into doing good things.
Thanks. And in Hinduism, karma judges you and punishes you in its own way. If you're interested in Hinduism, you should read Ramayana. It's the story of Ram (one of the major avatars of lord Vishnu, who's one of the major god). In Hinduism, there's formless God and many gods with forms and Vishnu is one of the prominent one and Rama is one of his major Avatar. youtube.com/playlist here's a YouTube series link on Ramayana. https://youtube.com/c/HinduAcademy and here's a channel which teaches about Hinduism. He's a professor in a university in UK.
thank youI haven't been into religion for so many years and feel lost. I have this feeling in the back of my mind that I need to meditate and find myself. someone or something is missing in my life and I feel like it's religion..thanks for the links Im very interested and will take a look.
If you feel like you should meditate then take this 21 days meditation challenge youtube.com/playlist all the best!
Hey OP, I believe in Reincarnation. I hope to come back as a hot Japanese woman in the next life.
I would love to fuck you in your next life 🤣
If your wish comes true😂
Scroll Down to Read Other Opinions
what is true then?what is the meaning of life and reality mr. God?
Nobody knows everything which is true but what we know is true is what we can ascertain to be true with confirmed evidence.What is the meaning of life and reality? That depends on what you mean by the question. If you want the definitions of the words, they are available in the dictionary. If you want some kind of numinous purpose for them, by all means ask someone who deals with myth and superstition. If you want to find a reason for why they are how they are in the present moment, take the courage to find an objective answer through the best tool we currently have which is science.God? Why? I doubt it.
you claim to know it all if you can just dismiss a religion like it's loony talk. what you fail to understand because you're so anti god and will always be miserable is what is explained in the video is some truth. everything in our body and mind comes from the stars and universe. we are literally everything that is. iron, calcium, potassium etc is all present in planets, stars, galaxies etc including everything with a beating heart. science!now when it comes to the mind and soul you can't just be like "hurr duurr we need evidence for it duurrr it's fake!" that's blissfull ignorance and just a sad way to look at life and assume that there is nothing after or before. people like you literally think your the shit and everyone is wrong lol. I wouldn't assume shit until you've died and came back to describe the experience. there can literally be an after life and souls that laugh at idiots like you saying "look at this guy he thinks he knows everything lmao what a dumbass!" 🤣
I love science and even science can't explain the unexplainable. hell were still using fossil fuels! neither of us are or will ever be right. only super advanced civilizations might only know.
Lol no my feeble-minded friend, what is blissful ignorance is to take comfort in benighted nonexplanations which appeal to human emotion instead of taking the courage to resist such puerility and attempt to learn how to discover real answers. Such nonexplanations as the video you posted. I particularly like this sentence you wrote, and I quote you: "I love science and even science can't explain the unexplainable". If the unexplainable could be explained, it wouldn't be unexplainable would it? Now watch, as I annihilate your entire argument with that point alone. If something is unexplainable, you certainly can't explain it with a superstitious cradle crock now can you?Yes we are products of the matter in existence but we are not everything. In fact, many of the chemical elements in the universe would kill us instantly if they were a part of us. Ok, that may have been unkind of me to facetiously ridicule what basically is a fact, yes we are made of the same stuff the universe is, however that is in no way correlated to there being any divine presence or afterlife. If anything, it begs the question of why would there be anything else if that's all absolutely everything is made of? And in my defence, I don't claim to "know it all" I specifically stated that nobody does so then how could I? You would be well advised to think about things in greater detail before you respond in such a petulant manner. Nay, you would be advised to think about everything in more detail and perhaps then you wouldn't be so easily beguiled by fatuous folk tales which were made up by people who frankly had no greater understanding of reality than you do.
so you just think you know everything. I'm pretty sure you are hated and have no friends. sad life indeed
You clearly didn't even read my response.
if you're so much about the science then do it.die for us and we'll resucitate you after 30 min or an hour how ever long you want. I mean that's what scientist do right, take risk? do it for science :). either do that or shut it and let religious people do their thing. it's the closet thing that gets them to be better people instead of not believing and it assuming you have all the answers and trash talking anyone that's trying to find and answer like you are.
I like your screen name fits you well.it's ironic because athiest are the most afraid of death and transitioning. at least religious people have something to look forward to when they pass, they die happy. I can't imagine knowing what it's like believing you'll be in nothingness (with no proof it's nothingness) for enternity. must be hell for you huh?
You need more than just a truculent attitude in order to validate a point. Your point also needs probative substance. That is something which is inherently lacking in rationally deficient superstitious beliefs such as yours. What you fail to understand is that the burden of proof lies with the one making the positive claim. In this case it is you who is claiming the positive existence of an afterlife, a soul and even a god and you also obstinately claim that your own particular religion of Hinduism makes the most sense out of all of them. I have no obligation to procure evidence in the negative for something so absent that even pointing out a glaring lack of evidence would seem profligate. You made yet another maladroit claim there in your witlessly impertinent guff. You claimed of religion that and I quote you verbatim: "it's the closet thing that gets them to be better people". By "them" you were referring to religious people and by "closet" you just erroneously mistyped when you meant "closest". Leading into this you falsely implied that I am preventing the religious from believing their nonsense but the main point here is that I shouldn't have to remind anyone of the atrocities committed in the name of religion for millenia and up until this very day where people are still stoned to death for things as harmless as apostasy or blasphemy. Needless to say that if anything, religion turns people into ethically deficient monsters. Steven Weinberg put it best when he said: “With or without religion, good people can behave well and bad people can do evil; but for good people to do evil - that takes religion.”
On your claim that atheists fear death the most, that doesn't seem to square with the fact that religious people behave such as they do out of fear for their assumed ineluctable consequences which they supposedly must face up to upon their demise. Whether that be hell where you are tormented forever, or where your negative feelings increase in magnitude ad infinitum or even being reincarnated as a 16th century Chinese woman 😉. There's nothing scary about dying and then experiencing nothing because there's nothing to experience.
and science is the know all be all? lolcome back in a thousand years when we have inevitably evolved. who knows maybe more of our brain will unlock through evolution.we haven't even left our solar system or have a complete 100% map of our oceans and you think we (or atheist) have the complete answer to life before or after death? little you're just a peasant human that just evolved from an ape. we still have plenty of time to evolve..
I believe science that doesn't mean I need to shut religion out. you can do both it's possible and they absolutely do not conflict with another. religion is mostly there for personal improvement and an understanding of who we are, why we are and where we need to be as people. science just explains what we are and not why we are, who or what made us. I'd wait a couple thousand years before we can start discussing religion vs science. in my mind they go hand in hand.
*science explains what what we think we are in human terms **there could be deities and gods observing us and being like "lol they call it "gravity" and "matter" that's cute, they'll know the truth when they transition 😊".
You appear to have either not read or not understood a word I have written. Perhaps this is my own fault. My vocabulary might be too esoteric... sorry, too complicated for you. I will tone it down so you might actually understand. Before I go on, I need to address a puerile accusation you keep committing again and again. You keep accusing me of thinking I know everything. Atheists don't think they know everything, scientists don't think they know everything and I certainly don't think I know everything. In my very first answer I stated that "nobody knows everything so how could I?" I reminded you of it in my second response and despite you doing it again in your subsequent reply, I refrained from mentioning it in my third because I had already addressed it twice previously. Take note of it this time.Science is merely the tool we use in order to discover things and it is the best tool we have. It seems like you haven't developed the mental acuity to understand that science and the universe are separate things. So one more time so it might have a chance to penetrate your thick skull, science is not everything, it is one thing and is separate from other things. For example, a rock is not science but testing the rock by comparing it to other rocks in order to extrapolate its various properties is a science. This one is called geology and there are many different scientific disciplines which compliment and confirm or refute each other's discoveries. This is what gives us our understanding of reality. Not religion. Again, science is a tool for discovering what is real.
Here's a thought exercise for you: try to tally up the discoveries made by science and the discoveries made by religion and see which one has discovered more. While you're doing that, I again need to address another uninformed accusation you are making. Atheists don't think we have the complete answer to life and life after death. However, what we can do as I already alluded to in my previous response which you either didn't read or didn't understand is point to the fact there is no credible let alone confirmed evidence at all that us human beings survive our deaths. The onus is on the one making the positive claim. Until such a claim is proven, it is reasonable to dismiss it.
You make an interesting point on the matter of our continuing evolution. Although you make the mistake of assuming evolution only trends towards improvement (which is not true) I think humans have reached a point where we might be able to manipulate evolution in our favour. What is interesting about this point is that you seem to think we will discover something which confirms your religious superstition when, in fact, all discoveries to date have trended towards falsifying religious belief so it is actually statistically more likely to trend in that direction and it is more likely we will have taken further steps in dismissing religious superstition rather than confirming it. Which brings me to your fallacious claim that science and religion don't conflict with each other. They absolutely conflict with each other and there are more examples of this conflict than I care to point out so let's just leave it at one and one which I have already hinted at. The simple fact that gaps in human knowledge which religion previously attempted to explain have systematically been falsified by science. You can either keep believing a religious claim like the Islamic explanation for where sperm comes from which is the lower spine or you can accept the confirmed scientific discovery that it comes from the testicles. One clearly conflicts with the other and there are plenty of other examples. When the truth doesn't agree with a myth, that is a conflict. Only one explanation is true. Science does explain who we, where we came from and why we are here but it does not provide you with a numinous purpose which appeals to your emotions. Nature doesn't care about how you feel. If it did, there wouldn't be so many ways you can be killed or made to feel excruciating pain. Religion doesn't explain any of that.
Religion gives you what is a nonexplanation. It gives you a made up story, a fairytale, a myth and it gives it to you with no explanation for how that conclusion was reached. It is the opposite of science.
keep being miserable.you were the village idiot in all your past lives 🥴
Another impertinent unfounded statement for which I'm under no obligation to refute. Your lack of evidence does that for me.
drinking cow pee is doesn't make any sense
The only opinion from girls was selected the Most Helpful Opinion, but you can still contribute by sharing an opinion!