San Diego, CAUSA
Hometown: San Diego
September 27, 2011
I believe we have free will, but to do as we please we may have to certain things against our will. For example, I want to drive my car, but I must buy the gas. Which then leads to I must have a job to have money to buy the gas, and sadly, for many that job is unloved, and against their will. I think many people fall complacent and forget their free will!
I guess I am agnostic. I grew up going to catholic school, perhaps the idea of a "God" has been drilled into the back of my head now,but I am okay with not entirely knowing.The writings have denied science, and pulled people apart. To think America was once considered a taboo land for many because it was a land not stated in the bible, blows my mind and defies against exploration. I find any sort of group mentality as a threat to our free thinking. I absolutely believe in evolution, not believing so, simply doesn't make sense to me.
Sometimes. Why, because it's all subjective.
I am apolitical, when in discussion I believe in the most logical (or what is most logical to me at the time). Every side can have a good idea, and some could have the same idea, yet execute it entirely different. I am somewhat cynical, and sometimes lose hope and interest in policy, other times I am very interested. Blah, I have mixed feelings about it all.
I prefer spork.
Thought I was too cool for school and geeked out on the interwebs, took it international this summer and just returned, since then, been craving for new conversation and people.