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Friends and Life's choices.
My muse of the day: 08-08-2013
Have you ever considered why some otherwise seemingly intelligent people prefer having imaginary friends to having REAL friends or even POSSIBLE real friends? Not only that, these same people seemingly prefer an imaginary PROMISED life after they die to the one they are living now.
Amazing, isn't it? But it's going on all around us ALL the time.
Allow me to explain.
Two people can strike up a friendship and it can begin to blossom, yet as soon as one of them realises that the other doesn't believe in imaginary friends or the imaginary afterlife, that 'friend' then decides to take a hike.
But surely to [ insert here what you feel might be appropriate ] any half decent REAL friend is far better than an imaginary one. And surely to [ insert here what you feel might be appropriate ] a REAL life, no matter what, is far, far more worthwhile than an imagined PROMISED one?
It beggars belief. Whether they be Muslim, Orthodox Jew, Methodist, Latter Day Saints, Mormon, Christian or whatever, they all have this in common.
Ooooh, it sometimes makes me want to spit.