Saying that other people's marriage is against your religion is like saying that I can't have cake and ice cream because you are on a diet.
— Monica Salcedo (@Monicks) March 22, 2012
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Only a handful of people –my friends– know that the majority of my analogy-tweets stem from some crazy comment by any of my mostly Christian friends and family.
This time it was my cousin who said to me that my life was surely gloomy and empty because god … was everything.
god is everything? What does that even mean?
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How can god be ‘everything’ and not be perceptible in any way, let alone demonstrable! But that’s material for another
Please, don’t miss the point, technically a glass that is full of air isn’t empty, but by definition it is, otherwise you wouldn’t be able to pour anything into it.
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— Monica Salcedo (@Monicks) May 9, 2012
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Right, because the only explanation is “god did it”, and when god’s motives seem fishy, it must be god’s “mysterious ways”. *facepalm*
You say “god works in mysterious ways,” what I hear is “god works in ways mysteriously similar to random probability.” @Monicks