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I tried to think about these two issues very freely. With sex, I think I can manage with that. With death, this is a more difficult theme for me. I’m not a believer, even though I’m baptized. I don’t practice. I don’t believe in God, so I feel very alone facing death. What I discovered is that the only way to recognize death is if you are part of life, if you are part of sexual pleasure, if you link it with sexual pleasure.
You can’t go on like you’re going to start really living one day like all this is some preamble to some great life thats magically going to appear. I’m a firm believer that you have to create your own miracles, don’t hold out that there’s something better waiting on the other side. It doesn’t work that way. When you’re gone, you’re gone. Don’t wait.
Open theists affirm the same openness of the future that religious believers assume when they pray and almost all humans assume when they act. The open future is intuitive; but can it be rigorously defended? God in an Open Universe shows that it can. Open theism has always been an attractive view of God; now it becomes a philosophically rigorous one as well.
There’s a new reality born every minute. Unless one is a believer in predestination (in which case I’ll call the prestidigitator), or other puppet-like restraints on our powers, one is free to imagine and effect changes on the world. And if enough people do it, there are big changes. These things happen. Anything can.
Let me be clear: I’m a believer in a robust military, which is essential for backing up diplomacy. But the implication is that we need a balanced tool chest of diplomatic and military tools alike. Instead, we have a billionaire military and a pauper diplomacy. The U.S. military now has more people in its marching bands than the State Department has in its foreign service – and that’s preposterous.
Universal WiFi. Without a doubt. I am done with being on the train, not having internet. Or having spotty coverage. It’s a fundamental need at this point. It’s the frickin’ information age! It should be like air! And it doesn’t have to be free. I’m a believer in paying for value. Just having it as an option.
In Heaven, each of us will have a special place to live. Before Jesus left this earth, He told His followers that He would prepare a place for them and all believers in the hereafter. In My Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto Myself; that where I am, there ye may be also (John 14:2,3). One of these days, we’re going to own a mansion that isn’t going to cost us anything – no upkeep, no expenses!