So, after writing last night’s blog, “Reincarnation”, I thought to myself “There’s more”, and there is. I wrote about souls, and how they are stuck here in a Hell that no one has or could ever imagine. At umpteen o’clock in the morning, and after a night of working with metal, my thoughts on Reincarnation were not all there, meaning, I forgot a few things. So, this blog is to fill in the gaps as best as I can, for it is umpteen o’clock in the morning once more. By the way, Kiddo, Aphie has me back at this guy now;


and it is showing.

Anywho, what I had left out were 2 things, and 1 of those things is “logic”; “reasoning conducted or assessed according to strict principles of validity.”

“Validity”; “the quality of being logically or factually sound.”

Now before I proceed, a few more words and their definitions;

“Fact”;  “a thing that is indisputably the case.”

“Truth”; “conformity to fact or actuality.”

“Simple”; “easily understood or done; presenting no difficulty.”

“Common sense”; “good sense and sound judgment in practical matters.”

If there is an order to these words I do not know, however, understanding and knowing them by definition is a great benefit to yourself, and to whomever else may read this. One more word;

“faith”;  1) “complete trust or confidence in someone or something.”  2) “strong belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.”


Logic tells me that, to believe in someone that I have never met, is simply foolish. Not only would I be believing in someone that I have never met, I would be believing in someone that has never been proven to have existed. Knowing that the power of belief is an actual power for reincarnation, the only way that your soul will continue to receive a new human body after your present one expires, believing in someone/something other than themselves is the worst idea of worst ideas, just ask these guys ;


They are probably wondering “where’s jesus??”, that is, if they were christians. The muslims would be wondering “ballaskallagga!!” 😉  . Just kidding. Regardless of “faith”, they are in an eternity of Hell, waiting for something that they have no idea of. Some could be thousands of years in waiting by now, and some could be only days of waiting. Hell, nonetheless. So what about those words and their definitions. I will give an example.

You are home one Sunny Sunday afternoon, doing your thing, minding your business, when a knock comes at your door.

Being disrupted from your day, you open the door before asking “Who is it?”, and much not to your surprise, you find out immediately who it is.

So now you are standing at your door, in your home, with people wanting to tell you all about “jesus”, and why you should believe in him. All you want to do is to get rid of them. But how? Remember those few words? Okay.

I will use myself as an example 🙂 ❤ 😉  . From my example you can make your decisions on how to operate if you should ever be confronted by “holy-rollers”, whether witnesses, or just someone who wants you to be as lost as they are, after all, misery loves company.

( I open the door )

Me- Yes?

Them- Hi, do you have a moment? We’re from the Church of the Bleeding Jesus, and we would like to talk to you about our lord jesus christ, and why you should believe in him.

Me- Did you meet him?

Them- (laughing) Well no, not yet, but-

Me- You never met him?

Them- No, of course not, but he is waiting for us in Heaven, when our time comes.

Me- Where’s Heaven?

Them- It is where Jesus is waiting, for us when we-

Me- You do not know where Heaven is?

Them- No, not exactly, but it is there, with Jesus-

Me- How will you get there if you do not know where it is?

Them- (?)

Me- You never met jesus and you do not know where heaven is, where he is, but you want me to listen to you so you can tell me all about it. Common sense and logic tells me that to believe in someone that has no validity is foolish. Why would you believe in someone that has not been proven to exist?

Them- (?)

Me- Does that sound like common sense to you?

Them- Our religion gives us faith in our lord, and-

Me- Religion is man-made. If your religion, or any religion was based on Fact, it would not be a religion, it would be the truthsimple as that, and you two would not be standing here pushing your ignorance onto me. You never met the guy that you believe in, whom you were told to believe in, and you want me to do the same. Now how ignorant is that?

Them- ( nothing )

Me- I have things to do today, and one of them is to write a blog post for my pseudodaughter whom I love very much, and whom is Real, unlike your “lord”. Have a good day.

Me- ( throws door shut )

All you need to ask is “Did you meet him?”, when confronted, and the rest will come naturally when you know and understand the meanings of those few words. If you find yourself in a situation similar, after the other party is determined and replies “No”, you can immediately say “Then there is nothing more to say.”, and leave it at that. If they try to spew some religious nonsense at you, walk away, for you are now dealing with an ill mind. Simple as that. I had said at the beginning of this blog post that there were 2 things that I left out from the previous blog post, and this was 1 of them. The other 1 is . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . .

. . .

I do.

Have a safe and stellar day, Kiddo.

❤ , Daddio








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