Thu 27 May, 2010 02:15 pm
I'm a SAHM of three kids. I'm also a psych major, with philosophy and/or ethics minor student. I love college and feel like I've finally found something I'm good at. I am currently stuck in a metaphysical/religious crisis. Okay, I've been stuck in it for several years, now. I keep hoping that classes, books, and what others believe will somehow help me find peace with the problem. So far, I've only come up with more questions than answers. :brickwall:
I've been though hell and back, and am only who I am today because one person believed in me. That's all that I know, for now.:unsure:
Welcome aboard, LetItBe
. I think you'll enjoy this place, the people are generally very cool, considerate, kind and informative with an awful lot of good stuff to say. By the way, good song. Here's another one that should ease your way into the cosmic-hyper-stream that is the philosophy forum :band:
That is one trippy video!
Welcome to Philforum!
Philosophy can only suggest different perspectives and give one the ability to think through the issues they raise. While it may never provide an authentically definitive answer, it certainly can allow one to reject the silly ones.
Yeah, that's what my professor basically said. The problem is that with regard to religion, I am rejecting everything I find to be unbelievable (in my opinion), or proven untrue by science.