Is it not frustrating?
Monday. 1.25.10 10:28 am
Is it not the most frustrating thing when you dream of something very elaborate, but when you wake up, you can't remember a darn thing?
I vaguely remember in my dream discussing different religions, mainly Buddhism. I also remember going to my Xanga prepared to blog about the discussion.
I was going to blog today about what I dreamt about, because I was so intrigued by it. But, of course, now I can't remember it. How terrible.
Thinking about it though, it has sparked something. What are your views on religion? I'm ashamed to say I don't exactly have a solid opinon on religion. All I know for sure is that I believe all religions exist, and I don't think you're going to hell if you don't believe in my God.
Another thing. Do you think that possibly the "God" in every religion is actually the SAME God, but just taking on different forms and names?
Just things I ponder during the day.
I have a problem mistaking my dreams as reality once I wake up. Just the other day my mother asked me why I was doing something and when I told her that my brother asked me to get it for him the night before, she informed me that he hadn't been home all week. Therefore, there was no way he could have asked me. I felt like a fool.
And as far as religion goes, I agree. I don't think we all have to believe in the same God to go to heaven. Heaven it what you make of it, if that makes any sense.
» SporadicFunk on 2010-01-25 11:23:32
The thing about dreams is, I never ever remember them. Only the ones that show some significance into my life. My mom has a dream book so I always look up the meanings of the things in my dreams. It's pretty cool.
Religion wise, you sound like me. You'd probably just be Agnostic like myself. Yes, I believe in a "higher power" and spirituality. But, to say that one religion is the only way, that's where I tend to disagree. Well, not so much disagree as much as question. I believe that the idea of "God" is pretty much the same in every religion, even the polytheistic religions because they all some how relate to the way Christians portray God, and same goes for Buddhist believers. It is believed that Christians actually conjured up what is now portrayed as "God" from Buddha himself. And some go as far as to say that Buddhists gathered their religion based on the Egyptians and so on and so forth. This is the kind of stuff that makes me very skeptical about religion in general, so I know exactly where you're coming from!
» emilyography on 2010-01-25 02:13:25
I'm pretty much an agnostic, but I tend to lean towards atheism. I don't really believe in anything, but other people can do as they wish so long as they keep to themselves.
» randomjunk on 2010-01-25 05:21:57
All religions can't be real because most of them disagree with each other. That's just illogical. The same idea applies to different "gods". Some religions could potentially overlap, but a few are definitely either all or nothing. If you want to go with a mixed religious approach, then you automatically have to throw out stuff like Islam, Judaism, Christianity, etc.
» middaymoon on 2010-01-25 10:14:18
I totally agree with you about the religion issue.
And for dreams...the latest one (that I can actually remember) included scenes where everyone I saw was smoking a joint +__+...which is weird- none of my friends smoke.
» Mockiller on 2010-01-25 10:37:59
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