Subconscious Perception(for your minds eye)

Philisophical Questions

What universe are you in?

Who controls your destiny?

Where are you in the universe?

Are we too advanced for our own good?

Is the planet we live on better off without humans?

Is total world war nature's way of cleansing the earth?

Do you believe in spirituality? or are you yourself just a spirit?

Do you believe in god? If so,what form do you think he or she is in?

I don't claim to have the answers to these questions but maybe you will!


Thoughts raw in nature The root of your subconscious Controlling you completely Fooling you to thinking you are the master When you are in actuality the slave Slave to your own psyche Deeper thoughts brought upon from other sources Command your every orchestrated move and thought You will only do or think what it wants you to For you are only the body Encasing the subconscious An armor of flesh


what if we humans are not yet we are just cells, cells for the world, earth itself is a creature and all living things upon it are its cells multiplying and dividing BUT what if that is true yet the earth itself is a cell as well a cell upon the universe every star every planet are the life of the universe its cells keeping it alive.

Humans tend to cause most of there own pain and suffering needlessly, and i would like to know why, we do this, even thogh we see the problem that can be caused by our actions, volentary and unvolentary, we tend to feed off our emotions, sometimes look for the easiest path to things, even thogh we know it might not be the best way. then, why we are we faced with all these troubles, when we do good. It's like the whole world is an atom, and we are not working together, yet we try and do things to help one another yet it just seems to backfire..the Road to hell is paved with good intentions, and what are the good intentions and the bad ones, there any peace anywhere? can we find that common goal. its like our constituton, "every man is created equal" and we are entitled to the same privelage as the next, yet if someone doesn't like it, then it is against there constitutional right, the world is a very contradicting place. People contradict themselves a lot. What is this I seek? what is the common goal we all seek? the world, if we stand upon the top of a building, you can see more than what a person down below is able to see, and not everyone always does that, they are self centered maniachal bastards, and do they see anything? or do they just live for themselves? what is the puropose for people like me to worry about these kinds of people who deprive us of these things? or do I speak of nothing?

Joseph Abruska II

i was reading the philosophy question and i think i have an answer to:Is total world war nature's way of cleansing.I believe that mankind thinks that we are a completely different from animals,they may have classified us as mammals but they don't think they animals fight for territory,we do to,just we have different names for it.we fight for females like lions do and gorrilas,also,sorry i might have went off the subject a little,because of us being the most dominant species,except for the ocassional shark attack or snake bite ,we become our own predator,we build cars and crash,we build guns and kill "supposbly" innocent people ,we are not innocent in any way,they even went as far as building religion to keep us in order,if god was real we are all going to hell,because we went farther and built government laws,if we obide by laws we are damning ourselfs,because inthe cammandments god"supposibly"said tho shall not worship any graven image,which interpret means we cann't beleive in government.remember when the bible was made.It was back when there were romans ,they killed people for many odd reason and they realized that this had to they built a rebilliance against any for of government,a relgion.they biult to where if you did not obey the commandment you were fore ever damned to hell,a place where you would suffer eternally.religion only has one difference then government is that instead of people ruling us we have a god that no one has met,just his suposibbly son.thank you for hearing me out.

I found your site to be facinating. As regards the Philosophical questions you raise, I feel that Philosophy is a way of life or at the very least a way of guiding ones life with the most wisdom. Many people consider philosophical questions to be irrelivent; they most certinly are relevent. How can anyone claim to make good decisions about how to live their life, if they haven't questioned their own existence. The question of the existance of God for example is one which is pertinent. Someone who has thought about this question, at least has an understanding of how impossible it is to know the truth. They are aware of the path they walk, the implications of it, the possibility that they may be wasting their whole lives worshiping an entity which does not exist. Faith should stand up to such questioning. (Many people would probably fall here in the middle of such two extremes) I would argue that Someone who has not thought of the implications / other possibilities, and is worshiping out of blind faith, will be of the overly defensive "Hell awaits you" style Bible Basher who is unable to abide other people having different views. When considering this the advantages of Philosophy become obvious. I myself try to avoid blind faith and believe that each of the worlds religions contain some parts of the puzzle. Put them all together and they all point to the same thing. What this thing though, is in need of yet more Philosophical consideration for it may be the creator or it me be nothing more than our desire to have a purpose (and not be a random fluke of evolution).

Graeme Houston

Location: Scotland

Homepage: Virtual Agora

"I Stand Upon the Earth"

Joseph Abruska Age 17 South Naknek, Alaska

I have read the philosophical questions. My research in philosophy reveals that the reason we raise philosophical questions is not because we fail to get the right answers but rather we fail to get the right questions. Actually there's only one philosophical question: "What's existence?" A question such as "does god exist?" is not a philosophical question because it combines the question of "existence" and the question of god. I have a manuscript I would like you to review please communicate.

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