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  1. @Jordan Welsh thanks for your advice. I got paid off though.
  2. Hey Leo. I don't want to be a dick, but God's telling you not to upload the video. Take a hint dude. ๐Ÿคจ
  3. I've just started a job two weeks ago after being out of employment for a while. I'm a kitchen porter and I work in a busy restaurant/bar. I've been enjoying having a job and the responsibility that comes with it, but a problem has arisen. One of the chefs I work with is a bit of a tough guy. He's smaller in stature than me, but he looks and acts tough all the time. I am an honest, straightforward guy who is in touch with his feelings, so I think it makes him feel uncomfortable. We were on a group chat last night, and there was a misunderstanding when he didn't get a joke I made, then I asked him if he was "out" (what I meant was, was he "out for the night") as it was a Saturday night. He thought I was questioning his sexuality though. He then said I "act gay", which I took offence to and basically told him to "fuck off". All the kitchen staff saw this conversation as it was group chat on messenger. I'm not sure what to do because I'm the only new member of staff, and don't want to cause any trouble, but also don't want to be treated like shit. I want to keep my job, but don't know if I can continue to work with this guy. I've had some mental health problems which I'm still working through. I am quite open about them which is another thing that maybe makes him uncomfortable. But having a job is great for my wellbeing. I finish each day feeling satisfied (even if I'm just a kp). I'm basically worried I will be ostracised because I'm a bit different to the people I work with, I'm new, and now I've had this argument with this guy. Any advice?
  4. Thankyou, but how is reality a giant Mind? Are you saying there is no separate minds, just one giant one?
  5. Exactly, it's the most humbling thing you can do. But if God is "you", and you are only speaking to yourself, how do you explain prayers that are answered with results happening outside of your individual control? I suppose Leo would say there is no outside world. That's something I'm still not convinced of.
  6. Sorry ๐Ÿ˜… But it's still not been proven And it never will Accept it!!!!
  7. @Serotoninluv I have no choice, apparently, so it will happen or it won't ๐Ÿ˜”
  8. Sorry but you're still using verbs... VERBS SUGGEST FREE WILL. So why do you "use" them????
  9. Can everyone just agree that free will/determinism cannot be proven one way or the other? So leo should not be saying he knows free will does not exist!! When he doesn't know!!!
  10. Haha... "trying" am I??? ๐Ÿ˜…
  11. Are you saying that I never chose to meditate/self inquire and reach a state of no-self? There would be no "me" if I didn't x bbc cxdjh and had rjr ccfhjbbjgff. You see what I mean?
  12. Sorry but even the fact that there are verbs to be used suggests free will. How can one create anything without free will?
  13. @Serotoninluv haha... "Transcendence" suggests free will ๐Ÿ˜
  14. This puzzles me. If there is really no free will, and the universe is a unified whole, that simply exists and flows naturally, then why does it seem as if one is "out of sync" with existence? Maybe a question I shouldn't be asking, but I'd love to hear your views on this. The reason I ask is that it appears as if we do in fact have free will - free will perhaps to relinquish free will... Look around you - there are people who are flowing naturally with existence and those who are not... Does this not suggest that there is free will after all?
  15. Delusions must have some basis in reality or at least be remotely possible otherwise they wouldn't occur. Who would believe they could shoot fire from their fingers when they try it and it doesn't work? Nobody I guess. However, someone believing, for example, that their whole life is a set-up, involving a great many people...this could be true - and that's my point - that beliefs such as this can seem extremely far fetched, and this they may be, yet that does not rule them out completely.