Saturday, July 16, 2005

Believe It Or Not...

Zube Boy is an atheist, and I guess you'd call me an agnostic. He believes that when we die, we die and that's that. No afterlife. No spirit world. I believe in something, but I don't think it's possible to know exactly what in the hell it is. I'm just sure there is an afterlife, and I try to be a good person so I won't go to a room filled with spiders forever and ever, amen, after I die. 'Cause that's possible. Anything's possible according to me.

Thing is, I think it's better to be an agnostic. Now, hear me out. If Zube Boy is right, and we just die and that's it, he doesn't get to rub it in. We'll just be all dead and shit. "The worms crawl in, the worms crawl out" kind of dead. He doesn't get to say, "Ha! You stupid agnostic fool! I win!"

On the other hand, if I'm right, you can bet your ass that I'm going to be dancing circles around the dumbass singing, "I was ri-ight! Hah! I won our last earthly fight sucka! Hey, is that a spider on your shoulder?" Hee.

5 Leg Humps:

Erika said...

You should become a captist! Check out http://www.pansifiles.blogspot.com/ for details! Good luck in your conversion.

junebee said...

But the real question is - in which faith (or lack of) will you raise the children?!

Kjersten said...

You are a genius! Very clever logic.

sk said...

That's hub's and my big struggle..what to teach the kids. We both decided (well, he already was) to be Methodist, so that at least the kids can be told about God. If they chose to be athiest when they grow up, at least they will have the background.

I'm an agnostic. Dad was athiest. Mom was Catholic. Ex hubby was Jewish. I've been exposed to a lot. I'm just scared of ORGANIZED religion altogether.

Funny how many athiests/agnostics are bloggers...

Zube Girl said...

Erika- That site is pretty damn funny!

Junebee- We're probably going to raise them not necessarily being affiliate with a church. I'd like them to attend services at different places, and then choose what they'd like to do when they get older.

Kjersten- Why thank you! Somtimes I think I've got it all figgered out!

SK- I always tell people I'm a recovering Catholic! Thing is, I'm totally fine with folks being part of an organized religion. I just don't like it pushed on me.

 

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