lmpressions asked: I know you've written about this before, but I'm not sure if this has been answered yet. You make quite a strong emphasis on your agnosticism, but why have you made the choice of agnosticism towards christianity. It's like you're saying that only christianity has the possibility of perhaps being true. Surely once you introduce doubt into the religion you must acknowledge the same probability that other religions may be correct? I may have missed the point here, but I was just curious :)
I just don’t think that religion is of great importance for me. Other people may believe so, and that’s okay with me. As long as ethics is being applied to my day-to-day life, I don’t need religion to tell me what’s wrong and what’s right. Although, each religion has some good points in them, and if you look closely, those points are the same. Like The Beatitudes and The Noble Eightfold Path. As for Christianity, I don’t like the idea of Hell. Living your life and abiding rules because of the fear of going into damnation isn’t really living. Also, I think it’s better if Christians follow The Beatitudes. The Ten Commandments is too vague. Catholics, especially. They have too strict rituals that don’t really make sense to me, like The Seven Sacraments. That’s the thing that I hate in particular, and I hate that they push you to do it, “or else you’ll go to hell *scary voice*”.
Just multiply by 10^(-3). They’ll never suspect a thing ;)
hmm.. I guess 2mm could work for a glass capillary tube. I hope my TA doesn’t notice it. :)) This lab report is the only thing that will keep me in the average. But better have something than nothing.
I hope things get better soon.
Thank you. I really hope it does. Same goes for you.
I think this pretty much sums up life.I guess we just have too optimistic views about some of the things we’re dealing with right now, or maybe we haven’t done enough to see what we thought would happen.
lmpressions asked: What do you hope to do with your life?
Well, there are a lot of things of course. But my aim right now is at my career. Hopefully, after I graduate, I’ll get a job in the field of environmental engineering. I am very concerned with what we are facing right now and I believe that I, even as a one person, can help our planet regain its beauty.