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  1. Her preference may be silly, but at least it isn’t dangerous. I honestly can’t recall the last time a pagan woo woo hippie type tried to legislate against my human rights. They also don’t have a long sordid history of war and genocide.

  2. Yeah I’m an atheist but I hang with these meta-weirdo-hippie types, … they’re peaceful, have very little problem with nudity and really good pot. ..

  3. Yeah theres a limit to the new age bs that shuts down every spark of ingenuity Another thing thats so hard to swallow is the hypocrisy of it all and lack of actual experiential wisdom

  4. I was married to a girl who became one of these kooks. As “harmless” as they may appear, trust me, they’re exhausting as hell. Among the tarot readings, endless astrology charts, fear of retrogrades and all the other crap, I was getting ready to embark on a genocide of my own, when the marriage imploded just in time. ๐Ÿ˜›

  5. While I can agree with you a little bit, Mr. Holes, that I found hippy chicks to be annoying, I think the very religious girls I spent time with were even more incredibly toxic, lol

  6. Your choice I just know that people Prevert it and alot of people don’t really know what it truly is its been given a bad name by these people who don’t really understand it and other cultures who don’t understand bashing it but u believe what u want I know what I sand for

  7. I’m not bashing any culture. I’m simply calling bullshit for what it is. I don’t have a problem with culture, just don’t try to tell me that the universe gives a crap about you, and/or that the alignment of the planets have any bearing on anything that’s going to happen to you any given day, among other bullshit. There’s nothing “cultural” about that. ๐Ÿ™‚

  8. And neither of them, in their entire existence, has done a hundredth of the damage Christianity in the last few years alone. Not even going to callback on the Crusades, Inquisitions and Dark Ages.

  9. They just waste money and time on crazy mystic shit and going to places like Sedona. There’s a whole industry built around bilking these people, that’s for sure. ๐Ÿ˜›

  10. I agree about how easily spurned the latter two points are, but there’s some easily seen legitimacy in the first one. While it sound hokey and stupid to anthropomorphize the universe and talk about it granting wishes based on positive thinking, the underlying phenomenon is believable. If one thinks positively, even undertaking tasks and going for projects other people wouldn’t because of discouragement, one is likely to achieve more (one tries more things and with greater enthusiasm, leading to greater effectiveness). That’s what the whole ‘The Secret’ book was about. It might be ridiculous to wave your hands about and spiritualize the whole thing, but the underlying psychology makes perfect sense: the more ‘positive-minded’ one is, the more projects one will undertake and with far more energy and focus. LONG STORY SHORT: spirits in trees and goddesshood SEEM to be a bit ridiculous. But, outside of the wording, the first belief is perfectly understandable. And not because of mystical thinking but straightforward motivational psychology.

  11. Oh come on, all religions have to come together in contest to beat Christianity’s record. I mean, Aztec invented torture, pretty much, but Christianity is like a master of perfection in that department :p.

  12. Strange that some of you leave out Islam (almost like one might fear insulting this particular myth!)
    As for this woo, I can’t stand it when someone says “everything happens for a reason..” Sticks in my craw..

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