This began as a way to track my vegan lifestyle change and better hold myself accountable for my consumer choices. I then also started posting some things related to conscientious objection and my general beliefs concerning compassionate being. I might also post some philosophical or spiritual things once in a while. I'd also like some support along the way if you'd like to follow me! I also have another blog that's more generally expressive. P.S. I don't own the VK logo nor claim to be associated with its owners in any way. It's just fits. lolMy other blog Ask me anything Submit
Making the claim that God exists/doesn’t exist and believing in God/not believing in God aren’t the same thing. One is fallacious while the other is a matter of conviction. I think we need to aspire to logic and stop making assertions that we can’t substantiate. Sure, I believe in God, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t fallacious for me to try to convince someone that God exists without any objective substantiation. I can only rely on God to bring other people to God, just as I can only rely on God for my faith and just as atheists can only rely on their conviction to bring other people to their understanding of the world. Whether I’m right or you’re right, neither one of us should waste our time making fallacious claims, though. Evangelism/persuasion isn’t about winning arguments when it comes to this debate because that’s impossible without fallacy, it’s about living life the way you see fit, the way that works for you, and hoping that it’s a good enough example for others to learn from.
- America: 12 people died in Colorado.
- Everyone: OMG that's so sad, forever reblog, so tragic, they didn't deserve it, we should make this trend on Twitter<3, etc...
- Burma: 25,000 died because of genocide.
- Africa: Millions are dying.
- Afghanistan: Thousands of people are dying because of the war.
- India: Sikhs and other minorities suppressed and killed by the Indian Government on a daily basis
- You... are hanging out with the wrong crowd