scb,~scb~ said:no i don't believe in the constitution of religion either, but after all the assumptions about me you've made in the last two posts, with blatant disregard to someone else having an opinion about how that poem expressed itself. i starting to think your just looking for a religious arguement out of me, you won't get it, i'm not someone who finds it thier place to judge another for thier opinion rather, i will you alone in sympathy for your closed minded ignorance.
I'm not trying to sound condescending, although I see how I may have come off that way. I'm sorry.
Please understand my position.
I admit that I did make some rude assumptions, and I am sorry for that. But please, review your first post.
You said, "It is a well written expression, still remains a sad and extremely lonely tale, don't give up on your own spirit enjoying the spirit of the world. Religion is ultimately about that no matter what type it is or is not afterall."
Imagine writing a poem about your experiences with atheists and then having someone tell you that you should abandon religion because god doesn't exist. Sort of condescending, right? Well I wrote a poem about my experiences with theists, and you basically told me to join a religion to save my spirit.