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February 22nd, 2011, 7:05 pm #1

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scroll to "no feeling, no brain"

Rabbi Leitman the only person on earth right now that Understands what I experienced 18 years ago (I never met him and he doesn't know me personally), gives a little explanation of how the brain can NOT RESPOND to something our heart can NOT FEEL

if we can't FEEL God

the brain can't think about him


first the heart

then the new mind


the old mind can not perceive God because it has no 'sense' to do so


no measuring stick


the heart is capable of achieving this "desire" to KNOW GOD and find him


look for him with "reason" and you will never find him even if he is PROVEN BY SCIENCE

no kidding
every day is a new day to die to the old and live to the newness of life
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Joined: July 20th, 2009, 1:33 pm

February 22nd, 2011, 7:29 pm #2

<p align="center"><strong>the tricky part of statements of a transcendent or immaterial nature is that it equals incoherency
as such connotations have no ontological status, i.e., no positive way of identifying them</strong>

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<p align="left">I cannot think of anything of interest to me coming from people who claim that the heart feels.
<p align="right"> 
<p align="right">When you talk to 'god'
you might be praying
When 'god' talks back to you
you might be schizophrenic
 .....delusional at best



-it is not what you (think you) know that matters, it is what you can show true that does
after all, truth is demonstrably fact and fact is demonstrably true - everything else ... mere opinion-


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February 22nd, 2011, 7:30 pm #3

http://www.facebook.com/Kabbalah.info?sk=wall


scroll to "no feeling, no brain"

Rabbi Leitman the only person on earth right now that Understands what I experienced 18 years ago (I never met him and he doesn't know me personally), gives a little explanation of how the brain can NOT RESPOND to something our heart can NOT FEEL

if we can't FEEL God

the brain can't think about him


first the heart

then the new mind


the old mind can not perceive God because it has no 'sense' to do so


no measuring stick


the heart is capable of achieving this "desire" to KNOW GOD and find him


look for him with "reason" and you will never find him even if he is PROVEN BY SCIENCE

no kidding
... will the person on the other end of the link be able to provide evidence, proving what they say to be true?

You know... what scientists do?

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"Whatever you do, don't read the Bible for a moral code. It advocates predjudice, cruelty, superstition, and murder. Read it because we need more atheists, and nothing will get you there faster than reading the damn Bible." -- Penn Jillette
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February 22nd, 2011, 7:31 pm #4

<p align="center"><strong>the tricky part of statements of a transcendent or immaterial nature is that it equals incoherency
as such connotations have no ontological status, i.e., no positive way of identifying them</strong>

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<p align="left">I cannot think of anything of interest to me coming from people who claim that the heart feels.
<p align="right"> 
<p align="right">When you talk to 'god'
you might be praying
When 'god' talks back to you
you might be schizophrenic
 .....delusional at best



-it is not what you (think you) know that matters, it is what you can show true that does
after all, truth is demonstrably fact and fact is demonstrably true - everything else ... mere opinion-


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if you ever have a heart attack, you will understand that it definately feels

the brain thinks.......or does it?

organs are metaphor for emotional and rational experiences


anyone can understand that, even a child
every day is a new day to die to the old and live to the newness of life
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February 22nd, 2011, 7:31 pm #5

... will the person on the other end of the link be able to provide evidence, proving what they say to be true?

You know... what scientists do?

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"Whatever you do, don't read the Bible for a moral code. It advocates predjudice, cruelty, superstition, and murder. Read it because we need more atheists, and nothing will get you there faster than reading the damn Bible." -- Penn Jillette
you don't do what scientists do

you say what they say

just like religious people
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February 22nd, 2011, 7:41 pm #6

I believe in what can be demonstrated. That's no lie.

You keep making claims, all of them (conveniently) devoid of any evidence to support the claims... and you expect us to believe you?

If I told you that Jesus has come back, and that he lived in my attic, but I can't let you see him... would you believe me?

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February 22nd, 2011, 7:42 pm #7

if you ever have a heart attack, you will understand that it definately feels

the brain thinks.......or does it?

organs are metaphor for emotional and rational experiences


anyone can understand that, even a child
<p align="center"><strong>the tricky part of statements of a transcendent or immaterial nature is that it equals incoherency
as such connotations have no ontological status, i.e., no positive way of identifying them</strong>

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<p align="left">Anyone may be able to understand, even a child, what you claim they can understand, yet you yourself do not seem to understand equivocation - or you do and apply it on purpose.
<p align="left">Either way, both options; incomprehensibility and purposely, are self-explanatory.

<p align="right">When you talk to 'god'
you might be praying
When 'god' talks back to you
you might be schizophrenic
 .....delusional at best



-it is not what you (think you) know that matters, it is what you can show true that does
after all, truth is demonstrably fact and fact is demonstrably true - everything else ... mere opinion-


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February 22nd, 2011, 7:45 pm #8

I believe in what can be demonstrated. That's no lie.

You keep making claims, all of them (conveniently) devoid of any evidence to support the claims... and you expect us to believe you?

If I told you that Jesus has come back, and that he lived in my attic, but I can't let you see him... would you believe me?

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"Whatever you do, don't read the Bible for a moral code. It advocates predjudice, cruelty, superstition, and murder. Read it because we need more atheists, and nothing will get you there faster than reading the damn Bible." -- Penn Jillette
you do lie

you have NOT DEMONSTRATED ONE SINGLE THING that you claim

not one

just because you say, doesn't make it so
every day is a new day to die to the old and live to the newness of life
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February 22nd, 2011, 7:55 pm #9

<p align="center"><strong>the tricky part of statements of a transcendent or immaterial nature is that it equals incoherency
as such connotations have no ontological status, i.e., no positive way of identifying them</strong>

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<p align="left">Promised? <a rel="nofollow"><img border="0" alt="" src="http://images.bravenet.com/common/image ... t.gif"></a>
<p align="right">When you talk to 'god'
you might be praying
When 'god' talks back to you
you might be schizophrenic
 .....delusional at best



-it is not what you (think you) know that matters, it is what you can show true that does
after all, truth is demonstrably fact and fact is demonstrably true - everything else ... mere opinion-


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February 22nd, 2011, 8:04 pm #10

you do lie

you have NOT DEMONSTRATED ONE SINGLE THING that you claim

not one

just because you say, doesn't make it so
If I told you that Jesus has come back, and that he lived in my attic, but I can't let you see him.

Would you believe me?

And even I don't call you a liar. I really believe you think you hear God's voice inside your head. But that's not God.

That's you. You just think it's God.

"I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires." -- Susan B. Anthony

"You can safely assume that you've created God in your own image when it turns out that God hates all the same people you do." -- Anne Lamott


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"Whatever you do, don't read the Bible for a moral code. It advocates predjudice, cruelty, superstition, and murder. Read it because we need more atheists, and nothing will get you there faster than reading the damn Bible." -- Penn Jillette
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