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me, oh, michelangelo and I, we're just sittin' by the traintracks readin' kafka to the sky

Posted on 2010.18.04 at 08:19


peacey at 2010-04-18 15:01 (UTC) ()
Bottom line: no one knows what Heaven will be, so no one can wholly discount any belief. Also, the vitriol that drips from that article for people who believe in any sort of afterlife is really a shame. I shall pray that Mr. Hari's sense of tolerance develops more fully.

Also, your musical taste continues to baffle. :)
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2010-04-18 17:23 (UTC) ()
Yeah, I like Hari a lot (he's new to me as of this month, so I haven't read everything, but still), but I agree he's a bit heavyhanded. Nobody really knows if there is one, and if there is, what it's like. I for one hope there is chocolate.

Having said that, the history seems pretty accurate, from what little I know about the history of Heaven. Heavenly history? Hmm...
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