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daftbeaker wrote:But if I stop bugging you I'll have to go back to arguing with Qwerty about whether beauty is truth and precisely what we both mean by 'purple'
NeferKa wrote:My intent wasnâ€™t to just rip off other religions, but I thought the term was clever. Yes, I parodied the terminology, but I am not insisting that we have to parallel the concept. I understand the difficulty there has been with people wanting to make Pastafarianism a reflection of whatever religion they are, and I donâ€™t want to do that. We have way too many creative people here to limit them to making a mirror of whatâ€™s already in existence. Furthermore, I would think this aspect of afterlife/rebirth would be totally voluntary; no one has to be reborn if they donâ€™t want to do that. I believe that is in tune with the current afterlife system. I personally think it is fun to shake things up on Earth, and I would like to have another go at it after my turn is over, hence the bodhipasta.
Qwertyuiopasd wrote:Alright. it's just that when I hear re-incarnation, I don't immidiately think buddism or hinduism.
Auntie Dee Dee wrote:Now i'm curious. What do you think of? The Eastern religions introduced the concept to the Western (Christian dominated) way of thought centuries ago.
What does it bring to your mind?
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