is Alison and I am 15 years old. I was never raised to believe in
any particular type of religion.Infact,the subject never even came
up with my parents. I suppose this was a good thing, because I have
always been one to think for myself and make my own decisions.
payed too much attention to the whole deal, but a few years ago
I decided that I do not believe in the bible, as it all mostly seems
like a bunch of over exaggerated fairy tales to me. Eventually I
had come to the conclusion that I don't believe in Jesus Christ,
and that there is just not enough evidence of any sort for me to
believe in a God either.However,I also decided I am not going to
label myself into any category of religion,because I am not strongly
oppinionated about any of it( I hope you understand that ),and to
be honest----it gets me pissed off when people make such a big deal
what I have read off your website,I can see that we do share some
of the same view points,and that you are obviously,a very intelligent
person.Now I have not been able to read everything , as I just recently
found your website (thanks to your jesus dress up page) but I am
very curious to know where you stand on the topic of death.Do you
have any opinions on what happens when we die?
before hand if this question is ignorant, but where I live there
really isn't much but Christians, and I wish to expand my knowledge
on the different ideas people have.If there's already something
about this on your page and you don't feel like explaining,maybe
you could just give me a link to where it is instead.I greatly appreciate
you taking the time out to read this, It seems like you get a lot
of emails so if you can't respond I understand.
of what happens after death is a pretty simple one. Nothing. You'll
be in exactly the same place you were when before you were born.
it can be a pretty difficult thing to comprehend, but it's just
too obvious for me to ignore. No fairy tales, no fiery gloom, no
self-indulgent account of what your "oh so important" life was.
Simply "The End Is The End." The "Big Sleep" will be just that.
(when I was a Christian) this was the same fate I had lined up for
the dead birds in the storm gutters, road kill on the freeway, and
the animals of the jungle. For some reason I had no trouble comprehending
it for them, but for myself, I only knew of eternal paradise for
me and my loved ones.
know better. It was my ego talkin'. Nothing more.
to the conclusion a few years back that it was truth that
was most important, and this truth could not be ignored any longer.
I'll tell ya, nothing inspired me more to make something of my life
than this reality. Now, each moment is precious, I appreciate every
aspect of my life as best I can, and I do what I know is right for
you so much for your email Alison.
A Graphic Designer that LOVES your site
supercilious critique of your design skills made my skin crawl.
I see a lot of these types at the college I go to: inexperienced,
insecure and looking for any opportunity to foist their "educated"
opinions on others in hopes of overcoming their greenness.
your front page! It's like opening an evil toy box and finding it
overstuffed with blasphemously delicious diversions. Ms. "better
than you because I take classes with sophisticated names" can fuck
off! She only wrote that letter because she was intimidated by your
drawing skills and wanted to assert herself over you in an area
she perceived you weak at.