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Proof for the existence of god.

Non-believers want to see the evidence for the existence of god. But believers never can produce a single scientific evidence. They often bring tomato, potato, cow, donkey or a piece of bread etc to show that the word God is written there. And to them, this is the proof for the existence of God.

A chef has recently found the word god written inside an eggplant.

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Miracles of Islam is amazing. Muslims find the Arabic words Allah and Muhammad almost in everything. Such an innovative community!

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See, Muslims have evidences for the existence of Allah. Some people claim that the last one also proves that Allah exists.

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Comments

  1. says

    My dear Talisma, at the onset, please allow me to make manifest that I think you are one wonderful person, a fine writer,and a nice lady. As a poet and a writer of some ilk and inkling myself, I do, once in a while, check up your time line. You are interesting. Never boring.

    What you have pointed out poignantly in the afore shown photographs, is of course, just as you have mentioned, It’s no proof of God. It’s mind playing tricks with itself. It’s simpleton-ship.

    However, your ancestral religion, Islam, by its bestial treatment of you and countless other innocent people like you, maybe rightly, has turned you against religious buffoonery and idiotic fundamentalist of every faith and far away land. But I assure you there’s a world beyond what you have met, or know. The realm of metaphysics. You have not had much brush with it, as far as any impartial observer can tell. And, you yourself make it abundantly clear that this godly bit, self-proclaimed by every other nincompoop, is hogwash. With this I agree.

    Yet, again, I insist, there is a metaphysical realm to which the common lot is not privy to. In this category falls everybody – a scholar, a scientist, as well as a schizophrenic.

    A scientific temperament,such as your fine self, must not so close-set itself that it becomes mechanical – automatically geared towards non-belief. Beyond what one has, so far, witnessed in this present state of mind. Otherwise, however fine-tuned such an intellect be, it starts seeming insipid. A bit tiresome. Boring.

    I assure you, with my secular upbringing augmented by a scientific orientation in my education, makes me incapable of believing anything do not see, or have not seen, with my very own eyes. Albeit in a transcendental “seeing”.

    The “single eye” sees beyond.

    It’s nothing more – or less – than that the Sufis, yogis or the other free mystics of the world, now or before, have seen. Therefore, I know nothing more. Hence, I do not claim to be original. For, the knowledge or gnosis of THAT WHICH IS, has been a REVEALED TRUTH since the beginning of time. No messiah gives it, or has IT.

    Your eyes too can “see” IT. If it be your karma.

    And, it’s no big deal. It’s an inborn potentiality, a gift at birth, given to us, each and everyone of us homo sapiens, by WHAT IS. Do keep your mind and soul open to THIS, which, is THAT of The WHOLE. Believe or not, there is a Beyond.

    We, in the East call IT Self-Realization, Gnosis, Enlightenment. Few prefer to also address it by their own name – Quantum Science.

    Some cal it GOD.

    • says

      You seem quite sincere. But, it seems quite contrary for one with such a chosen spiritual path to try to convince anyone of it’s validity, being based on personal revelation and enlightenment. You don’t need teachers and proselytizers, just as you don’t need, and rather reject, a messiah or prophet.

      Also, the quantum thing? Drop it, it’s a faddish insipidity of great magnitude. But then I suppose it fits in so well with the rest of the syncretism.

      You should understand one thing, though: Coming to an atheism and a true humanism is an enlightenment. And many experience this in what you might consider to be a spiritual experience, an epiphany, a transcendence. You will find such spiritual experiences are had by people in many different circumstances, and that atheists and humanists are not somehow lacking in this department.

    • mig06 says

      I don’t mean to be demeaning but realising there is still much to be known does grant validity to the supernatural. And bringing up quantum physics into the mix only proves my point further. Anyone can come up with a silly new age claim that says pretty much nothing. Here, this site does it for you with a click of a button.

      Mine was “Consciousness consists of electromagnetic forces of quantum energy. “Quantum” means an ennobling of the interstellar. Energy is the driver of wisdom.”. As you can see, bullshit told in fancy words is still bullshit.

  2. forestdragon says

    I’m getting the impression that this Fakeer dude has no sense of humor – big surprise.

    I’m also fairly convinced that the one on the pig’s ass has to be fake. Seriously, if pigs are considered to be filthy, then writing god’s name on one should be…not good, to put it mildly.

    • says

      Had I no sense of humour, I would have not be here, let me remind – talking to up-tight fellows, with little or no knowledge of metaphysical matters or Quantum Science, but stuck-up somewhere, possibly a pig’s behind. ~_~

      • StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

        @ ^ Fakeer Ishavardas : Was that supposed to be funny?

        If so, while you might be hamming it up, it sort of proves the case against you.

        Also, what makes you think :

        a) you are talking to people who lack metaphysical or / and quantum science knowledge?

        b) We have any reason to accept that you have special metaphysical or / and quantum science knowledge.

        c) Either metaphysical /or and quantum science knowledge is in the slightest way relevant here?

        • StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

          For clarity that’s : The case against you having a sense of humour. Because funny that wasn’t.

  3. birger johansson says

    You know, this is right out of the film “Blade Runner”. God is an android manufacturer who leaves his logo inside his creations. And we are all (including the fish, the trees and the eggplant) constructs -the sentient ones complete with synthetic memory implants!

  4. Turkey D says

    God must be crazy! God is mightier than allah then because to me, english is a good language, urdu is bad.

  5. StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

    Someof those could be taken as evidence* that W – well Omega (but it looks like a ‘w” sort of, if you squint really hard!) – Centauri exists though! And, sure enough it does :

    http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap110615.html

    So, that means, umm … not really much actually!

    * No, not really. This particular vaguely similar set of lines could be anything and also isn’t really evidence of anything except the way human minds sometimes work – badly! ;-)

  6. StevoR : Free West Papua, free Tibet, let the Chagossians return! says

    A chef has recently found the word god written inside an eggplant.

    Incidentally, I wonder whether the eggplant or the chef really benefitted from this?

    What “god” is supposedly trying to say here? Eat eggplant? Eat at Chef’s? Or don’t? Exactly what message are we meant to take from this even if it is actually a message rather than pareidolia ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pareidolia ) i.e. meaningless coincidence in vague resemblance?

  7. says

    Wasn’t there supposed to be some tyre tread that was recalled because the pattern resembled the name Allah?

    Reall all this stuff proves is that humans are really good at seeing patterns even if they’re not there, it’s called pareidolia.

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