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Sunday, 03 May 2009


If you devote serious time to the practice of religion, it’s safe to say you practice toilet-bowl time management, flushing much of your precious life down the drain with little or nothing to show for it. First, you’ll waste a lot of time filling your head with useless nonsense. This includes reading some of the worst fiction ever written. Then there are various rules, laws, and practices to learn…Seriously, if you have insomnia, try reading religious texts before bedtime. You’ll be asleep faster than you can say Sodom and Gomorrah. Why do you think hotels put Bibles next to the bed? It’s the greatest sedative known to man and once you finally realize your head has been filled with utter nonsense, you must then purge such garbage from your mind if you want your brain to be functional again. That can take considerably longer, assuming you succeed at all. It’s like trying to God to actually talk to a pastor…Can anyone tell me why we waste SO time on repetitive ritual and ceremony, such as attending mass, learning prayers, and practicing unproductive meditations? If I add up the time I attended mass and Sunday school, studied religion in school as if it were a serious subject, and memorized various prayers, I count thousands of hours of my life I’d love to have back. I did, however, learn some important lessons, many of which are being shared in this blog entry. I especially remember listening to a lot of bad sermons; most priests are hideously poor speakers. Maybe it’s the wine they drink during mass OR all that smoke incents that they constantly use in my church, but I digress…NONETHELESS, I AM SO GRATEFUL THAT I DON’T DEVOTE MY TIME & PRECIOUS ENERGY TO ANY RELIGIOUS PRACTICE. SO MUCH OF LIFE IS WASTE ON POINTLESS DEAD-END PURSUITS AS IT IS, SO WHY DO WE CONSTANTLY DELUDE OURSELVES WITH SUCH FALSE PRETENSES SUCH AS RELIGION?


  1. Religion is big business. Whether it's the catholic church building up its gold reserves or greedy televangelists in their Lear jets and Bentleys, religion sucks up money that could be better used helping the poor and needy of the world.

  2. sometimes I find myself like stuck right in the middle.....its a good thing..but whooooo are the hypocrites?

  3. Lol.. @ Your stance on religion..

    Works for some I guess.. Can't knock it.

  4. Traditions are very difficult to do away with. Like anything, I choose to take the good from any situation and leave the bullshit at the curb. Some people need organized religion like they need cooked food. More power to them.

    Associate Pastor Losojosnuevos

  5. I agree with Associate Pastor Losojosnuevos and I share some of your beliefs. I was always taught that religion is wrong because basically religion is a set of rules telling you how you are supposed to worship God and the thing is, no one should be able to tell you how to do that. The way you worship God is like your fingerprint. It's different from the way anyone else does it and I believe He made it like that for a reason. Not trying to throw in a testimony, but when your mom is sitting in the hospital dying from cancer and prayer is the only thing you have, what else is there to do? Or when someone breaks in your house and puts a gun to your face after putting your aunt's brains all over the wall and the only thing you can think to do is pray, what happens then? I hope I'm not coming off like I'm upset, I guess I'm blogging with you in a way. It's just I know some people who need the religion in their lives and rely on it and it makes them feel secure and I'd never want to take that from them no matter how wrong or pointless it is when it comes down to it.

  6. Well now - you're truly proving you're thegayte-keeper... Best post yet!

    I strongly recommend Theology Now Blog for more facts.


  7. I tend to think priests are bad speakers because they're out cavorting and tom-catting all hours of the night and can't think right come Sunday morn...




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