Feb 032014
 

Question by .: Spiritually OR otherwise speaking:Just because We feel The Mystery does it mean We have a primal memory of It?
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Answer by The Stranger
Spiritually speaking, are you talking about a previous life as a cat?

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Dec 232013
 

Question by David: When people merge consciousness with technology what will decommissioning your consciousness feel like?
say you opt to have your consciousness decommissioned for 300 years (say you get sick of it and want a break), what would that period of unconsciousness feel like upon being turned back on? would it feel like you blinked your eyes and opened them a second later(but really 300 years later)? and if alternatively you decided to enter a deep sleep for x years instead would your dream world become more and more realistic defeating the purpose of “taking a break”?

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Answer by Chris
It’s funny, my four year old daughter asked the same thing yesterday. It’s always one of those “Oh no, it’s finally been asked” questions, don’t you find? Well I’ll tell you what I told her: “Stop picking at it, and soon it will heal. Administer the ointment, and be sure not to touch your genitals”, then I whispered in her ear, “That means your downstairsy parts” because I wasn’t sure if she had yet learnt the word genitals.

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Oct 212013
 

Question by Young grasshopper: How to not feel bad about getting rid of these clothes?
Hey guys, so my mom is a pretty big pack rat, to the point where I have begun to wonder if she has a very mild case of hoarding (I’m serious. I’m doing neuroscience and you can’t even like walk in her room because there are so many clothes). There are a lot of kids in the family so we have a lot of hand me downs and old clothes, but it has gotten to the point where there are bags and bags of clothes around the house that are literally from 20 years ago that no one fits into anymore or are just so outdated. It has caused a surmount of stress for everyone yet my mom never gets to the clothes. For example back in June we sorted out all these clothes and put them into piles to bring them to Plado’s closet and Once Upon a Child. However, she never just brought them to the places to get rid of them. They were stll sitting there. So today I just went out myself and brought them to the places but neither of them took any of the clothes because they were too worn and outdated. So I ended up donating them in a Salvation Army box and my mom ended up getting really pissed because she said she was going to donate them to another place and get a tax reduction.. I feel really bad about the tax reduction, but at the same time she was NEVER going to get to them. She NEVER does. What do I do? I feel bad we lost the money for the taxes because we don’t have a lot. Please help?? Thanks for answering.

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Answer by Mircat
Her anger is just because the clothes are missing period. Has nothing to do with the tax credit and believe me it wouldn’t have been all that much. If you’ve ever watched hoarding then you should recognize these behaviors and if you want it to get done you’re going to have to do it yourselves not wait for her to do it. Suggest she get counseling instead of going through clothes. Just do it for her because she is never going to. She’s a hoarder.

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Oct 152013
 

Question by Young grasshopper: How to not feel bad about getting rid of these clothes?
Hey guys, so my mom is a pretty big pack rat, to the point where I have begun to wonder if she has a very mild case of hoarding (I’m serious. I’m doing neuroscience and you can’t even like walk in her room because there are so many clothes). There are a lot of kids in the family so we have a lot of hand me downs and old clothes, but it has gotten to the point where there are bags and bags of clothes around the house that are literally from 20 years ago that no one fits into anymore or are just so outdated. It has caused a surmount of stress for everyone yet my mom never gets to the clothes. For example back in June we sorted out all these clothes and put them into piles to bring them to Plado’s closet and Once Upon a Child. However, she never just brought them to the places to get rid of them. They were stll sitting there. So today I just went out myself and brought them to the places but neither of them took any of the clothes because they were too worn and outdated. So I ended up donating them in a Salvation Army box and my mom ended up getting really pissed because she said she was going to donate them to another place and get a tax reduction.. I feel really bad about the tax reduction, but at the same time she was NEVER going to get to them. She NEVER does. What do I do? I feel bad we lost the money for the taxes because we don’t have a lot. Please help?? Thanks for answering.

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Answer by Athra
Don’t beat up youself. But never again do something to other people’s items (even if it was paid for by your mom). Also, talk to her and ask her how can you make up for it, but don’t let beat you down for long.. just see how it goes

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Aug 152013
 

Question by Ramman: Do anyone else feel that the beginning of the end has begun?
Am I the only 1 that feel that way? Did the bombing of the Palestinians by Israel confirm that the mystics, prophets, and priests know something? Is that the catalyst for a much larger war, the BIG 1?

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Answer by NorCal Fluke
Theres lots of nutters who think that.

Dude. People have been saying “the end is neigh” since the dawn of time. Everyone thinks they’re special. Wake up, man. Everyone before you was wrong, and you’ll be wrong too.

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Dec 102012
 

Question by Young grasshopper: How to not feel bad about getting rid of these clothes?
Hey guys, so my mom is a pretty big pack rat, to the point where I have begun to wonder if she has a very mild case of hoarding (I’m serious. I’m doing neuroscience and you can’t even like walk in her room because there are so many clothes). There are a lot of kids in the family so we have a lot of hand me downs and old clothes, but it has gotten to the point where there are bags and bags of clothes around the house that are literally from 20 years ago that no one fits into anymore or are just so outdated. It has caused a surmount of stress for everyone yet my mom never gets to the clothes. For example back in June we sorted out all these clothes and put them into piles to bring them to Plado’s closet and Once Upon a Child. However, she never just brought them to the places to get rid of them. They were stll sitting there. So today I just went out myself and brought them to the places but neither of them took any of the clothes because they were too worn and outdated. So I ended up donating them in a Salvation Army box and my mom ended up getting really pissed because she said she was going to donate them to another place and get a tax reduction.. I feel really bad about the tax reduction, but at the same time she was NEVER going to get to them. She NEVER does. What do I do? I feel bad we lost the money for the taxes because we don’t have a lot. Please help?? Thanks for answering.

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Answer by ホ̿ ㋦̲ヽ̲ガ̲ク̲ ㋦̲ム̲ヱ̲ホ̲ム̲ イんモ ㋦̳ヽ̳ガ̳ク̳ ロテ ㋦̳ヽ̳ガ̳ク̳ヱ̳
This is very normal. Clothes are a part of your history. It’s no different than a mom saving her baby’s clothes for decades until that baby is grown and has one of her own. They may not be your style anymore but they were an investment and may even have some memories for you in them.

You have a few options actually.

1. You could have a yard sale and sell them, along with other items you no longer want or need and actually see them going to people who will love them as much as you used to. If you don’t have enough stuff of your own to do this with, get with a bunch of friends and have a huge one. Then either split all the collective money or use it to have a big party or go out to an expensive restaurant together.

2. You could donate them to a charity (Goodwill, Salvatian Army, any specified clothing drop-off place, a halfway house, etc) and know that they will be used to clothe people who can’t necessarily afford the newest fashions and will appreciate your donation.

3. You could cut them up into reasonably sized squares and turn them into a big blanket. I have had several friends who have done this with old college shirts and things they hadn’t worn in a decade or more. Then you have an extra snuggle blanket and more room in your closet for your new fashions! All you do is cut them up, pin and sew them together and then sew a regular sheet onto the back of it so you don’t see all your sew lines and extra stuff.

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Oct 152012
 

Question by Citizen Of The Cosmos: If you have a religious tradition, how do you feel about the mystics of that tradition?

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Answer by enamel
Unfortunately most, if not all, religions contain forms of tradition. Tradition in and of itself is not necessarily bad unless it contradicts the commands of God. People hold fast to their traditions and will fight tooth and nail if they are tred upon. Good question and one that requires much thought.

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Jun 112012
 

Question by Jack B, sinistral: In what guise do you feel will Death appear?
Kathe Kollwitz is one of my favourite artists.

Her sympathetic portrayals of motherhood are tinged with great melancholy: she lost her son in the First World War, and her art was a necessary outlet for her pain. Few artists have so lovingly and reverently tied the twin themes of motherhood and death together with such gentle, aching beauty.

As she approached her own death, she grew reflective in her art, as though picturing her death before the event. In doing so, she created some of the most emotional art ever witnessed by mankind.

My favourite piece by her is “Death as an old friend.” This sketch shows a dying man greeting death with sheer joy, terrified joy, one might say. The terror at the end of life tempered by the realization that, after all, death is not something of a mystery, but someone we’ve known all along…an old friend.

What do you think is the guise of death, and how does this fit in with your faith?

Your considerate answers are most appreciated.

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Answer by Icy gazpacho
Im on my fifth glass of gin and tonic.. No way breathing am I going to attemt to answer this question Jacky Boy!

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May 302012
 

Question by : How did you feel about the romance in Fullmetal Alchemist?
Namely the relationships between Ed/Winry and Roy/Riza? Was the romance good or did it feel rushed/forced? Also, keep in mind that FMA is a shonen manga, so the romance wasn’t one the most important aspects in the story.

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Answer by Patience
I actually could feel it a lot in the scenes where both the characters in either couple were present, like there were subtle hints that I, being a girl that mainly watches shojo, totally ate up like candy ♥ lol, especially the episode that Winry encounters Scar for the first time and tries to kill him, god that scene was awesome for the ♥ and HE GAVE HER HIS JACKET! WOOT!

I freaking love where girls where their guys’ clothing ♥ speaking of which, did anyone notice that the jacket Winry was wearing at the last episode (where she said goodbye to Ed at the trains station) was the same one Ed was wearing when he and Al returned? Nyahaha! ♥

God I’m happy they redid the anime to actually honor the manga ♥

Oh, and I really saw Riza/Roy when they started hinting at Riza’s backstory and went through that, but you could totally tell by the way she acted towards him and for him :D

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Apr 172012
 

Question by : In a spiritual sense does becoming aware of your own consciousness make you feel weird?
Kind of like you notice things around you but realize that they are out side you and you are awake and no one is controlling you its kind of like air around you is deep and expansive and it goes on infinitely but contains other consciousness bubbles known as humans. Though you realize those consciousnesses can never enter you and you can never enter them. So you could be at a football stadium with 120000 people and yet you are alone in the universe.

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Answer by Tony
My mind has officially been blown. I’ll have to give this some more thought next time I’m around alot of people.

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