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Haррy Felix

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  1. I have left this forum now that an important person in the forum refuses to apologize for something he did. Thank you all for your wonderful advice.
  2. I have left this forum now that an important person in the forum refuses to apologize for something he did. Thank you all for your wonderful advice.
  3. Yes I believe! Yes I am cured!
  4. I'm sorry guys. I got a warning for this topic and I will continue posting only after I receive an apology for unfair treatment. Which will probably never happen. So this may be a goodbye. No need to explain it all here.
  5. Thank you very much, @Omegaman 3.0. That helps.
  6. Every now and then I can use a bit of confirmation that I'm doing the right things that Jesus ordered, as you may have noticed. That the signs point in the right direction, with an eye on the afterlife i.e. the Real Life. In my working life I developed a lot of 'scorecards' and now I found an interesting one that estimates or simulates no less than the future of my soul: Heaven or hell? All a bit presumptuous maybe, and I therefore really hope that this Achille Christian guy has thought very very well about the 40 questions an angel asks me in this 'game'. With God's Mercy set to 50% I'm going to Heaven all right. I'll have to try with 100% and 0%. For Roman Catholics, purgatory was optionally included. Maybe somebody on this forum is willing to make the effort of checking if the questions make good sense (I think reproducing the list here is not allowed). We still won't see the actual weighting, though. I saw a free version with 15 questions.
  7. At some times I can use a bit of confirmation that I'm doing the right things that Jesus ordered, as you may have noticed. That the signs point in the right direction, with an eye on the afterlife i.e. the Real Life. In my working life I developed a lot of 'scorecards' and now I found an interesting one that estimates or simulates no less than the future of my soul: Heaven or hell? All a bit presumptuous maybe, and I therefore really hope that this Achille Christian guy has thought very very well about the 40 questions an angel asks me in this 'game'. With God's Mercy set to 50% I'm going to Heaven all right. I'll have to try with 100% and 0%. For Roman Catholics, purgatory was optionally included. Maybe somebody on this forum is willing to make the effort of checking if the questions make good sense (I think reproducing the list here is not allowed). We still won't see the actual weighting, though.
  8. When I sit in my meditation chair I can be so happy, realising that I am with God. I don't need words, just being with Him and loving Him is enough. Just as happy I can be when I realise how hard a time science and I can have to grasp the size and complexity of His creation. I perceive everything with a mind and with sense organs geared to love what comes to me from some sort of reality that we cannot know by itself, only through the faculties He gave us. Everything is and will forever be a mystery. Thank you, God! It is so wonderful to feel uncertainties make way for intense happiness with You.
  9. Haррy Felix

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    When I sit in my meditation chair I can be so happy, realising that I am with God. I don't need words, just being with Him and loving Him is enough. Just as happy I can be when I realise how hard a time science and I can have to grasp the size and complexity of His creation. I perceive everything with a mind and with sense organs geared to love what comes to me from some sort of reality that we cannot know by itself, only through the faculties He gave us. Everything is and will forever be a mystery. Thank you, God! It is so wonderful to feel uncertainties make way for intense happiness with You.
  10. Nicely put, @other one. I see much value in the combination, more so than in the opposition.
  11. Not really, @simplejeff. I liked to share this. Should there be a question? But everybody is more than welcome to share his/her view.
  12. The proud science of physics has a rarely mentioned axioma: reality is what human senses agree it is. All observation in science depends, directly or indirectly, on sensory perception including the interpretations in our brain. This is possible because of the high correlation of measurements across different sense organs and also across individuals. Society at large achieves generality of major interpretations across individuals by the process of socialization, resulting in a basically ‘social’ construction of reality. Somebody who was born blind and misses the social construction of visible reality will never perceive reality in a ‘normal’ way if he suddenly gains the sight faculty. He will prefer to close his eyes. We know that there are scientists who explicitly allow for the existence of God. But greater is the number of scientists who seek the opposition of their science against religion. They forget the social construction of reality. And they prefer not to mention the other challenges that shake their unshakable science to its foundations. One of those challenges is to understand what they are calculating when it comes to the origin of the universe. They tend to mistake their theoretical models and assumptions for facts. But science could or should become almost speechless when it comes to quantum mechanics. They present as scientific that the location of a particle is a probability density distribution, that things can be true and not true at the same time. And that particles on different sides of the earth can be simultaneously and oppositely entangled in the information they carry. Some scientists honestly acknowledge that they don’t understand it, others divert the attention from their lack of understanding to the foolishness of religion. For me as a religious person, the incomprehensibility of basic ‘reality’ to us humans points to a God who is so much greater than the three dimensions that we can perceive. Maybe science and religion will need each other in the future. I have already been trying to bring them closer together but I don’t understand enough myself, of course…
  13. The proud science of physics has a rarely mentioned axioma: reality is what human senses agree it is. All observation in science depends, directly or indirectly, on sensory perception including the interpretations in our brain. This is possible because of the high correlation of measurements across different sense organs and also across individuals. Society at large achieves generality of major interpretations across individuals by the process of socialization, resulting in a basically ‘social’ construction of reality. Somebody who was born blind and misses the social construction of visible reality will never perceive reality in a ‘normal’ way if he suddenly gains the sight faculty. He will prefer to close his eyes. We know that there are scientists who explicitly allow for the existence of God. But greater is the number of scientists who seek the opposition of their science against religion. They forget the social construction of reality. And they prefer not to mention the other challenges that shake their unshakable science to its foundations. One of those challenges is to understand what they are calculating when it comes to the origin of the universe. They tend to mistake their theoretical models and assumptions for facts. But science could or should become almost speechless when it comes to quantum mechanics. They present as scientific that the location of a particle is a probability density distribution, that things can be true and not true at the same time. And that particles on different sides of the earth can be simultaneously and oppositely entangled in the information they carry. Some scientists honestly acknowledge that they don’t understand it, others divert the attention from their lack of understanding to the foolishness of religion. For me as a religious person, the incomprehensibility of basic ‘reality’ to us humans points to a God who is so much greater than the three dimensions that we can perceive. Maybe science and religion will need each other in the future. I have already been trying to bring them closer together but I don’t understand enough myself, of course…
  14. Thanks to your and my praying I feel much more determined to lead my life as it is intended, i.e. holy. Thanks a lot dear brothers and sisters. I may need some occasional confirmation but I feel much better and stronger now. What also helps me a lot is reading about saints who demonstrated determination and holiness.
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