Why do people think our human existence is so unique and special?

I'm surprised people haven't come to the realization that we shouldn't even be here. We should not exist by natural law, and yet we do. We are a cosmic fluke/mistake. Nature, AKA God, created an aspect of ITSELF separate from itself. We aren't God, we are the REFLECTION. We are a MSITAKE. At least in my opinion. I think life is suffering. I hate my fellow man, and I do not respect them. They fricking suck. And so do I.

Anyway, we are just atoms, and if you equate Godhood to being fricking particles, then yeah, I guess we could be considered "Of God." But God? No.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    FRICK I MISSPELLED MISTAKE. THE IRONY

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      thats what happens when you're an overthinking gay

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You're just dumb.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    It had a lot of potential, but then it fell from grace and became an inverted civilization.

    But if you think about, if a cosmic being manages to deep dive into this system and is able to escape the prison, that would be like to win a galactic ironman. Not to mention the opportunities for testing the limits of evil in a contained environment.

    No effort is lost in creation. But this one is already close to conclusion.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Basic division between prime thought, and prime strain. Purity of essence and purity of form.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Our bodies and our reality construct have been designed eons ago by angelic ET beings. What we do with it now is up to us but we should remember where we came from. Are we "God"? Yes, in a sense. God is a universal consciousness/awareness but the individual psychologies of people are their own and not universal.

    When it comes to whether this experience is good or bad, remember always that life is what you make of it. Everything is neutral, you decide how you feel about it as well as what you can do with it, even if all that you can think of doing is learning from it. That learning is likely why it is there in the first place. You have free will, and so it is totally within your right to focus only on the negative and the universe will not stop you, but will actually help you to see things this way if you have chosen that.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      wait so i can kill myself and incarnate as a kid again? honestly thats probably the move.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        You could. You have bear an unconscious memory of having killed yourself, and you would likely replay similar traumas in the next life. Your unconscious stores EVERYTHING that has happened to you/you have done. And you've been a kid millions of times. I think it would be best to heal as much trauma/karma as you can in this life, so that in the next childhood you can enjoy it unburdened. But ultimately, it is up to you.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I thought karma wasn't real though?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            It's the only thing that's real. It's just cause&effect but on the soul level

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Minus your memories. You would relive the whole shitshow.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >We are a cosmic fluke/mistake.
    Sentient things are likely an inevitable result of the development of the Universe as each stage is a more organized version of the preceding stage. super-heated subatomic particles -> protons and electrons -> atoms -> molecules -> stars and planets > abiotic organic chemistry -> replicating molecules -> things that eat each other -> nervous systems -> self-awareness -> spreading out from one's home planet -> building megastructures and moving planets and stars around -> new universes

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    If we were only atoms, we wouldn't have primordial consciousness. That is, unless, the particles themselves possess fragments of consciousness, and in doing so, the particles themselves are godly.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The particles are within the consciousness. Think of consciousness more like the space that the particles abide within. Think of the fact that while you have two separate eyes, different sense organs, different neurons, you don't see things individually but rather you use a single mind to perceive all these different things simultaneously. The common connecting point between all the parts of your mind is a singular awareness. Our mind is "focused" on our body but spiritual practitioners can "unfocus" and leave their body, because the body is within a quantum field of consciousness and not the other way around.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Be the only living creature to even 'evolve' the cognition and consciousness to be able to ask these questions
    >DUUUH Y WOULD PPL THINK THIS IS SPECIAL??

    Well maybe you, specifically,
    *are* a mistake if you're this ungrateful for the very consciousness you're using to ask this question

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I am ungrateful. I wish I never had my consciousness. Life is suffering.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yet here you are. Still enduring it, ostensibly, for no reason....

        Are you sure life is suffering? Or are you perhaps, individually, just too weak willed to even end your own 'suffering'? Or, is there possibly something keeping you alive, something to live for?
        Well in that case, how can life itself be nothing but 'suffering', yet still contain something to live for anon?

        Yes, it can be hard to get hit with the ability for existential thought, especially when so few of the people around you today seem to have that ability. But now it's your responsibility to decide what you do with this ability. Did humanity just 'evolve' this ability for it to hate and kill itself? Or is there perhaps a higher use and reason for it?

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    You’re a nihilist, which means that all of the things you think, say, or feel literally don’t mean anything.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No.
    But this is how the rich want you to think.
    The rich do everything they can to make sure gods and spirits think the common people are terrible, unappreciative and just like to complain. It's how they secure divine help, they make you look pathetic.

    Truth is if you were born with a silver spoon you could have not sucked, but you do.

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