Recently I had a spate of rationality in which I lost all faith in things spiritual and divine, including all the arts such as religion, music, art and philosophy etc. This was because I was studying https://mathsandtime.com which is simple relativity. I lost all faith in musicians I formerly liked, I said to myself why listen to them when there is Albert Einstein? I even questioned history as in what is the point of studying say Roman history? Then I said to myself of course Roman history is very important. Because I was studying https://squareoftime.com I stated rational things like “time is not spiritual or divine” and “do not seek spiritual enlightenment, seek time intellectually” and I really believed it! Then I realised that Jesus Christ and the Buddha were not physicists and had no knowledge of time, they were philosophers and had knowledge of the spiritual and divine. Then later through reading, I discovered some philosophy I called ‘nativism and primitivism’ or more specifically it was a proverb I called ‘The Proverb of The Golden Bird’ which made me believe in religion, philosophy, art and music etc again. Nativism and primitivism are the opposite of capitalism and they made me believe in humanity again. Then I discovered mixing music and this made me once again believe in music and the spiritual and divine etc even more. Mixing music is the nail in the coffin for science. To conclude, although I like https://timeandmaths.com and will always do it as well as other sciences, I worked out that there is hope for the soul with religion, philosophy, art and music etc while there is nothing in maths and time. The Christ and the Buddha were cool philosophers not geeky scientists. Hence, I choose faith over science. However, faith and science should be reconciled.‬
Recently I had a spate of rationality in which I lost all faith in things spiritual and divine, including all the arts such as religion, music, art and philosophy etc. This was because I was studying https://mathsandtime.com which is simple relativity. I lost all faith in musicians I formerly liked, I said to myself why listen to them when there is Albert Einstein? I even questioned history as in what is the point of studying say Roman history? Then I said to myself of course Roman history is very important. Because I was studying https://squareoftime.com I stated rational things like “time is not spiritual or divine” and “do not seek spiritual enlightenment, seek time intellectually” and I really believed it! Then I realised that Jesus Christ and the Buddha were not physicists and had no knowledge of time, they were philosophers and had knowledge of the spiritual and divine. Then later through reading, I discovered some philosophy I called ‘nativism and primitivism’ or more specifically it was a proverb I called ‘The Proverb of The Golden Bird’ which made me believe in religion, philosophy, art and music etc again. Nativism and primitivism are the opposite of capitalism and they made me believe in humanity again. Then I discovered mixing music and this made me once again believe in music and the spiritual and divine etc even more. Mixing music is the nail in the coffin for science. To conclude, although I like https://timeandmaths.com and will always do it as well as other sciences, I worked out that there is hope for the soul with religion, philosophy, art and music etc while there is nothing in maths and time. The Christ and the Buddha were cool philosophers not geeky scientists. Hence, I choose faith over science. However, faith and science should be reconciled.‬
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