Message from AxiomOverride in Subverse #general


2019-01-29 17:30:52 UTC  

I try to do thar

2019-01-29 17:30:58 UTC  

It really helped me deal with crippling insomnia

2019-01-29 17:31:05 UTC  

But i overthink and over worry about everything

2019-01-29 17:31:10 UTC  

<-- I feel you

2019-01-29 17:31:23 UTC  

What if im unable to avoid the sins of my father

2019-01-29 17:31:31 UTC  

That they are inevitable

2019-01-29 17:31:31 UTC  

Add me to the overthibk group as well

2019-01-29 17:31:50 UTC  

I spend more time in my head than I do living in the moment.

2019-01-29 17:31:58 UTC  

Well actually sins of my mother

2019-01-29 17:32:06 UTC  

oh, I hate the sins of my father and I hate more that I started down that path myself without realizing it.

2019-01-29 17:34:16 UTC  

this is going to sound really dumb, but for me, attending Church really helped. I'm REALLY not saying it's for everyone, but making myself beholden to a group greater than myself, even voluntarily, has helped me deal on a day to day

2019-01-29 17:34:56 UTC  

guess the bias. Which site is conservative and which is a liberal based on their headline of the same story?

‘Empire’ cast member alleges he was attacked in Chicago

'EMPIRE' STAR JUSSIE SMOLLETT
VICTIM OF HOMOPHOBIC ATTACK
By MAGA Supporters

2019-01-29 17:35:05 UTC  

Just... lol...

2019-01-29 17:35:11 UTC  

You're getting structure in your life, a higher purpose if you will.

2019-01-29 17:35:18 UTC  

Nothing wrong with that

2019-01-29 17:35:19 UTC  

yes, that's it exactly

2019-01-29 17:35:32 UTC  

it doesn't have to be Church

2019-01-29 17:35:46 UTC  

just structure, responsibility, support, etc

2019-01-29 17:36:00 UTC  

I need responsibility in my life

2019-01-29 17:36:49 UTC  

I think everyone does

2019-01-29 17:37:17 UTC  

But only as much as they can handle; maybe a tad more for growth. Otherwise you risk breaking them

2019-01-29 17:37:52 UTC  

I went to a private Catholic Church from.1st grade & all through high school. There's nothing wrong with religion IMO since I truly think that most of them are giving people a purpose in life per se. I study Stoicism as a "middle ground" for religion since I too feel like I need a purpose.

2019-01-29 17:38:09 UTC  

I don't think I articulated my thoughts that well there lol

2019-01-29 17:40:08 UTC  

haha no worries

2019-01-29 17:40:16 UTC  

Religion in and of itself isn't bad. Religious extremism is the bad one.

2019-01-29 17:40:35 UTC  

^

2019-01-29 17:40:55 UTC  

Agreed

2019-01-29 17:41:12 UTC  

That was the ideology that a lot of people hated back in the day

2019-01-29 17:43:08 UTC  

>believing things objectively false isnt bad
Big think. But im too nauseous to get into that debate

2019-01-29 17:45:51 UTC  

Depends on how you view religions.

2019-01-29 17:46:32 UTC  

dumb

2019-01-29 17:46:33 UTC  

lel

2019-01-29 17:46:48 UTC  

Nah it isn't my cup of tea but I respect it

2019-01-29 17:47:25 UTC  

Reminds me of Hogfather: You have to start out learning to believe the little lies...so you can believe the big ones

2019-01-29 17:47:40 UTC  

Surprisingly enough Nietzsche actually taught me how to respect Religion

2019-01-29 17:48:03 UTC  

I can see that

2019-01-29 17:48:16 UTC  

In his book beyond good and evil

2019-01-29 17:48:21 UTC  

Im trying to remember the quote

2019-01-29 17:48:34 UTC  

I have the book on my desk, I should pull it up.

2019-01-29 17:49:08 UTC  

"The worth of an opinion is not how true it is, but the value it holds" or something like that

2019-01-29 17:49:16 UTC  

Religion from a philosophical, societal and traditional standpoint can actually be rather unifying and centering for a lot of people. The problem is when people take it to either a dogmatic end or worse commit atrocities in the name of said Religion