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I am just a hobbyist who wants to explain himself, to express himself and to find himself. that's the reason why I frequently change my style of art.
I think I could say I am searching for redemption for all the things I think I did wrong, I am doing wrong and I want to change. But thanks to the special people I met here (I can call some of them "real friends" now), this is going to have success from time to time. Thanks folks!
In a way, in our contemporary world view, it's easy to think that science has come to take the place of God. But some philosophical problems remain as troubling as ever. Take the problem of free will. This problem has been around for a long time, since before Aristotle in 350 B.C. St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, these guys all worried about how we can be free if God already knows in advance everything you're gonna do. Nowadays we know that the world operates according to some fundamental physical laws, and these laws govern the behavior of every object in the world.Now, these laws, because they're so trustworthy, they enable incredible technological achievements. But look at yourself. We're just physical systems too, right? We're just complex arrangements of carbon molecules. We're mostly water, and our behavior isn't gonna be an exception to these basic physical laws. So it starts to look like whether its God setting things up in advance and knowing everything you're gonna do or whether it's these basic physical laws governing everything, there's not a lot of room left for freedom.
Donnelly reported the legend of the hermit; a holy man who sought solitude in its most pure form. Allegedly, he rowed here from the mainland in a boat without a bottom, so all the creatures of the sea could rise at night to converse with him. How disappointed he must have been with their chatter. Perhaps now, when all that haunts the ocean is the rubbish dumped from the tankers, he’d find more peace. They say he threw his arms wide in a valley on the south side and the cliff opened up to provide him shelter; they say he died of fever one hundred and sixteen years later. The shepherds left gifts for him at the mouth of the cave, but Donnelly records they never claimed to have seen him. I have visited the cave and I have left my gifts, but like them, I appear to be an unworthy subject of his solitude.
Some more or less interesting informations about myself:
i live in germany, i've been born there. everyone who is sayin' germans are nazis... THINK. BEFORE. YOU. SAY. SOMETHING. STUPID. that whole thing is about 70 years ago, educate yourself.
i like Mac's and OS X, but i am NO APPLE FAN. actually i don't like this company, i just think the computers are comfortable and fast. i also use windows 7 as often as i use OS X, so don't argue with me about this... as i work in business applications of the IT department of my company, i know pretty much about computers and the operation systems.
i am open for everything. i like to learn new things. i try to teach myself the best possible english skills i am able to. one day i hope i can speak this like my mother language. also i'd like to learn spanish, but at the moment i am too busy for it.
i am fond of science, one of my favorite TV shows is "MYTHBUSTERS"... and bear grylls and top gear... MANLY....
i like to read books and i like to write short stories. i'd publish more if i could translate them into english...
though i am fond of weapons and guns, i'd never kill anyone. i try not to eat meat... i TRY. i don't stand this all the time... but 3/4 of my current life is without meat.
i like meditation and i believe in some things... not a real religion, but something equal...
and currently, i am single... for a long time now (more than a year now). and that sucks.
that's all i'd say.
if you want to be my friend or whatever on:
Steam: BaxterRexDeus (or Azura'Reegar nar Rayya)
PSN: KABIIIIIM (with 5 I's )
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