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Is mankind mostly a delusional specie?

In a previous post, I described how cosmologists are trying hard to convince us that their alternative story for the “creation of the universe” is scientific, and I mentioned that most of the “scientific” premises and methodology were lacking for that assertion.

It dawned on me that maybe mankind is a delusional specie that sets him apart from the animal kingdom: As our brain developed, we tried to untangle two imponderable questions:

First question: “Why do we have to die?”

Second question: “What’s there after life?”

I think the second question is a corollary outcome once we settle on the first unresolved and impossible question.

The rational mind discovered that we “do die”, but why?  The emotional mind refuses this statement to the last second.

The rational mind observes the fact that “what is left is a handful of dust, after what worms, insects, and fish… carried away as useful…”

The emotional mind is constantly revolting and insists on constructing a religious resolution “to this indignity”.  “What! A lifetime of suffering, pains, struggling for a bit of dignity, fighting to learn how to gain a sense of entitlement…All that labor and determination for just a handful of dust?  How much Dust is worth, how much can we increase dust value to make it worthwhile living…?”

Mankind is delusional because he learned to institutionalize “cheating”:  Mankind is a cheater to himself.

For example, why do you have to quote a sentence from a book that you failed to read? Are you trying to show-off your vast knowledge when you are a total ignorant? Why “academic” research and “researched book” join a reference section that is longer than the content of the book? Have these researchers actually read all these books they referred to? Have they digested and agreed with all the content of all these books?

Why quote from a source that you didn’t read? Why not boldly own the sentence as your own? If you adopted an idea as what describe your position, then own it.  Whoever wrote the sentence he certainly borrowed it from a previous writer in different forms and shapes: Mankind civilization is a constant streams of borrowed ideas and concepts…whose time has come!

Refrain from disseminating institutionalized academic cheat.  Be bold: What you believe in is yours and stop harassing people with too many quotes that do not add value to any idea that is well described, explained, and researched.

A Palestinian kid-loaded bus accident in Israel: What a juicy happy story for the Zionists

Israelis beat man who saved Palestinian pupils

Salem Abdullah Abu Markhiyah owns a tyre fixing shop in Ramallah, and he coordinated public efforts to put out the bus fire and rescued at least 24 kid

 Abu Markhiyah said the ragging fire that broke in the bus “did not give us a chance to reach the kids inside the bus. We had first to put the fire out and then reach for the kids.”

Salem was badly beaten by the Israeli military forces and hospitalised for rescuing the “Palestinian” kids.  Once Salem is released from the hospital, he should meet the Israeli police for investigation. Salem is national hero in the eyes of  the families of the dead and injured kids.

Abu Markhiyah is originally from the city of Hebron.  He was the first on the accident scene in Ramallah while he was on his way to his work.

“We used the fire extinguishers of our private cars. We were also lucky with the heavy rain and the water which made a wadi (river valley) on the street.”  Palestinian volunteers were filling containers from the street water and pouring them on the bus.

Salem said: “A few kids miraculously managed to get off the bus and sustaining minor injuries.  The majority of them were trapped inside. Once the fire was under control, I managed to get inside the bus where I personally cleared eight burned bodies of the little ones.

“Israel and Israeli occupation forces are fully held responsible for this tragedy. They have acted in a mean way showing no humanity at all.”

“The Jaba’a Israeli Military Checkpoint was less than 100 meters from the accident scene, with the Israeli soldiers at the checkpoint watching a couple of people with no tools and collecting water from the ground to help the crying and hysteric little kids,” Salem said.

Worse, the Israeli colony of Adam was also less than 200 meters away from the accident scene, but they never acted to help in putting the fire off and save the little ones onboard.

Worst, a sample of the chit-chat on internet demonstrate how sick the Israeli society is.  The Israelis were happy and relieved that the dead kids were just Palestinians, and wished all of them died…

Note 1: Abu Markhiyah spoke to correspondent Nasouh Nazzal of Gulf News, and article was published  on February 18, 2012

Note 2:




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