Thirsters

Joan Winifred

Are You thirsty??
YEAH! of course i am;)
Thirsty to think
and
NOT

be told what to think

and

when to think

and

how to think                                                                            (or when/how/where to speak/share about what i think, huh?)

by mainstream media, mainstream academia, mainstream religion, mainstream opinion, mainstream government, etc., etc., etc.!!!

THANK YOU but i am a big girl/mature woman of 47.5 years old. Yes & Obviously, I am still a learner and a thirster. And i can control my own thinking! (IF i want to)… and so can You:)…

there are some who would want to keep us stumbling in the dark and not in the light…to know the REAL truth. Those who abuse power to manipulate the masses…who want minds to do their bidding, etc.

“No, we ain’t gonna take it”…cause we can think…and use our own minds!:)

Please Reader:) take the time to read, research, meditate, evaluate and THINK!:)

my readings of interest…(my highlights)..read at your own risk..

Evolutionist William B. Provine says: “What we have learned about the evolutionary process has enormous implications for us, affecting our sense of meaning in life.” His conclusion? “I can see no cosmic or ultimate meaning in human life.”32

Consider the significance of those words. If ultimate meaning in life were nonexistent, then you would have no purpose in living other than to try to do some measure of good and perhaps pass on your genetic traits to the next generation. At death, you would cease to exist forever. Your brain, with its ability to think, reason, and meditate on the meaning of life, would simply be an accident of nature.

That is not all. Many who believe in evolution assert that God does not exist or that he will not intervene in human affairs. In either case, our future would rest in the hands of political, academic, and religious leaders. Judging from the past record of such men, the chaos, conflict, and corruption that blight human society would continue. If, indeed, evolution were true, there would seem to be ample reason to live by the fatalistic motto: “Let us eat and drink, for tomorrow we are to die.”—1 Corinthians 15:32.

By contrast, the Bible teaches: “With [God] is the source of life.” (Psalm 36:9) Those words have profound implications.

If what the Bible says is true, life does have meaning. Our Creator has a loving purpose that extends to all who choose to live in accord with his will. (Ecclesiastes 12:13) That purpose includes the promise of life in a world free of chaos, conflict, and corruption—and even free of death.—Psalm 37:10, 11; Isaiah 25:6-8. (excerpted Was Life Created? Does It Matter What You Believe?)

My (spiritual/scientific) Life View/Motto of Living is realistically optimistic and FULL of Hope & Compassion!!:)

Still thirsty??

& interested in further (somewhat) related context, please see these writings:

tweeting-bird-say-what

boyle-sagan-scientific-spiritual-understanding-of-life-interdependency-part-4 et al

1/24/17 @ 8:07 p.m.