I’m slowly coming to the conclusion that I hate most conservatives and liberals. I’m going to to have to start marking that box listed as “other,” and then writing in Transcendental Existentialist – which in itself is an oxymoron. To (once again) explain where I’m coming from, you can attempt to wrap your head around the statements below…
I believe in everything, I will give it all the benefit of doubt.
I believe the only constant in this reality is change.
I believe the universe is little more than chaos, and we should find the beauty in that.
I believe all that truly matters for our children is a better tomorrow at any cost.
I believe morality is only a matter of personal taste based upon limited criteria.
I believe I am a grain of sand on an infinite beach and that gives me comfort.
I believe too many humans fear death, instead of embracing the last grand adventure.
I believe in fluid variables and not in absolute concepts.
I believe arrogance & ignorance is too often mistaken for wisdom & experience.
I believe humanity has the spark of divinity within itself, and that is enough.
I believe the lowest common denominator should not be catered to.
I believe race, gender & sexual orientation are not chosen and therefore not a concern.
I believe that faith leads to dogma and that dogma leads to zealotry.
I believe the legacy we leave is more important than what we have today.
I believe the majority opinion is irrelevant as the majority represents the average.
I believe those who have suffered are stronger than the pampered.
I believe conservative thought is nothing but a gilded lie.
I believe liberal thought leads us down a ridiculous path.
I believe the “Old Ways” must always die to make room for the new.
I believe in unity and globalization, but not controlled by banks and corporations.
I believe humans are the sum of many variables & should not define themselves by one.
I believe the universe we reside in is malleable and not immutable.
I believe in the true freedom of choice and not choosing anything is still a choice.
I believe nothing should be taboo and nothing should be sacred.
I believe the human capacity to imagine is greater than science and religion combined.
I believe the concept of “Rights” to be man-made and quite presumptuous.
I do not believe in belief, I believe in theories. Theories can evolve and change.