It becomes a social question rather than an ultimate question, because ultimately, I’m open to possibilities.

and a PS – I didn’t see your “furthest apogee possible” and “original” thing until *after* I posted the “no God thing here” tongue emoticon [I was so busy looking up that video to find it and writing my thoughts I didn’t refresh the page ’til just now].

Amazing how our thoughts were in sync on this. Love when that happens. I spent a few weeks in a monastery once in my 20s. I could easily do it again. Nice thing about being agnostic. I _really_ don’t know, so whether I’m saying, “THANKS GOD!” or “THANKS RANDOMNESS!” – they’re equivalent to me. It takes *all the stress* out of it for me.

If someone says, “Do you believe in God?” I can answer “yes”. I can answer “no”. I can answer “maybe”. I can answer “I don’t know”. It all depends on who is asking and why. It becomes a social question rather than an ultimate question, because ultimately, I’m open to possibilities.

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