I believe that… …the approximate average acceleration of gravity is 9.8 meters per second per second.
I’ve always tried to stay true to my authentic self. I think sometimes people project things on you, but I am trying to handle everything that’s happened to me with a certain amount of grave, dignity, and good manners. You just can’t necessarily win all the time.
*Our greatest lessons may come when we don’t win. And learning is what life is really about, isn’t it?
I “believe” that…
belief must pass.
Either I “know” or I do not.
I know that “I am.”
-an electromagnetic occasion.
-a finite process determined by an infinite backdrop.
“I am” love…
I believe that… An examination of one’s beliefs will shed light on the nature of existence and an individual’s experience of Life that will in turn expose weaknesses in the foundation of the social structure.
I believe that a person’s sexual desires should never be held against them, no matter how perverse.
I believe that sex is tremendously overvalued in the collective American conscious.
I believe that the world would be a much happier place if everybody were free to engage in sexual activities wherever or however the mood struck them, with no fear of condemnation, disease, or risk of pregnancy.
I believe that the phrase “risk of pregnancy” typifies one of the most diseased notions the collective American conscious holds toward sex and reproduction.
I believe that my opinions on the value of sex can be attributed, in large degree, to feelings of bitterness toward my own sexual inadequacies.
I believe that my so-called sexual inadequacies are largely emotional in origin.
I believe that one of the first lessons you should learn either as an adult or as a child is that there are other people in the world that can disagree with you, and with that knowledge be willing to tolerate them their differences, even though they’re wrong.
I believe in a super race, or super people, with the implementations of nanotech, biotech, eugenics, it can easily be achieved in a new renaissance, a time of great innovation.
Daedalus made wings for his son Icarus (Machine and human) Icarus became man with wings (Man with Machine) Daedalus told him not to fly to close to the sun as the wax that holds his wings would melt. The sun (Helios in greek myth) represents boundaries…if people become something different, lose their “humanhood” then they would die.
A human god could be created, a person, of great education and intelligence and kindness, a benevolent dictator. A ruler ruling without question, providing, and assessing everything…knowing right and wrong with its human parts and general efficiency using computer and machine parts.
Sorry if I am not good at getting my point out clearly, I am only 16 and not very talented in writing or *chuckles* proving a point.