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Re-introduce Yourself!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Katzpur, Jan 8, 2006.

  1. Lajila

    Lajila Earth Child

    Jun 12, 2010
    Hello, I'm from the UK. Just saying hi, I guess if anyone wants to know anything about me you can ask :)
  2. Gaura Priya

    May 9, 2009
    Saying hello again... I'm a panentheist of some sort... although I have not figured out the specific variety as of yet!
  3. ruban

    ruban New Member

    Feb 11, 2011
    Hi everyone I'm also new in the forum
  4. BeckyRose1998

    BeckyRose1998 PICKLES THE KID

    Oct 13, 2010
    Messianic Jew
    hello, I am BeckyRose! hahahahahaha I'm reintroducing myself to you guys. I am Christian and I love JUSTIN BIEBER!!!!!!!
  5. Mathematician

    Mathematician Reason, and reason again

    Jul 27, 2004
    I'm Gene, and I'm a hedonist. More precisely, I live life by trying to not make conclusive remarks about some mystical ethical backdrop because the universe lacks a prescription to injustice. Indeed matter has no definition for it. At the same time one could easily attribute the phrase "benevolent hedonism" to my philosophy on life as I believe that humans benefit the most as a species and as individuals when we instinctively consider the feelings of others. The more logical side of our brains is in constant competition with that part which indulges in beastly selfishness, and only through regular exercise of compassion and critical thinking can we maximize this rationality. I summarize it as the internal war, the human condition - to see past our own noses. Either we do that or we're doomed to contradict our own desires (a la Kant).

    In short, I believe that it's in one's best interest to follow the golden rule but in situations where you're not harming others have responsible sex or drug use if that's fun. Pursuit of pleasure is dandy.

    I've had no dramatic life experiences worth mentioning, but since a young age I've been very conscious about what I act like as a person. I'm always trying to be a nice, approachable, and trustworthy person, and I hope you noticed that I said "to be" instead of "appear." I find too often that people mistakingly confuse the two routines. Unfortunately I've been taken advantage of because of my generosity, but I persist. Friends new and old will come up to me and tell me that they made a particular decision just because they reflected on how I'd approach a situation. It's simple things like helping an employee at a grocery store who is struggling with crates or driving out twenty miles to comfort someone who is on the verge of depressive mania. That warms my heart. It's my selfish ego feeling flattered.

    I have a huge hunger for science, history, and philosophy. I could talk about all three subject for hours with anyone who is interested. I'm a self-identified libertarian socialist but I've become increasingly apathetic about political affairs. I love to read, write, and socialize around some drinks.

    I'm a physics and social studies double major. I plan to teach high school science in a year and I'm completely enthusiastic. I want to purchase my own house, find a good wife who will share a passion for responsibility and what's deemed "irresponsibility," raise a small family, see the world, and help children become critical thinkers with confidence to take on the problems that await.
    #105 Mathematician, Feb 13, 2011
    Last edited: Feb 13, 2011
  6. Draka

    Draka Wonder Woman

    Feb 19, 2005
    Lasso of Truth
    Been away for a while so might as well do this.

    I'm currently a SAHM to two children: Jamie 4.5 and Kaitlyn 2.5. I am a former helicopter AT for the US Navy. I've held many different types of jobs both technical and clerical and even delved into restaurant work for a bit. I like to write and have several book ideas and one I'm actually working on...on and off. A sort of fictional take on my own life experiences. Should I ever really get it done and published I'll be sure to put word out here. Well, if it's any good :p no need to embarrass myself.

    As the little religion title denotes, I am Wiccan. I don't avidly practice, adhering to every Esbat and Sabbat with finely tuned rituals (though I do have a nice collection of them all written out - I said I like to write :p ), but do what I feel I need or want to when I feel I need or want to. The beliefs remain though. I guess I'd describe them as I do on my PaganSpace: an amalgamation of Panentheism, Polytheism, and Neoplatonism. Here is my PaganSpace page if anyone is interested: Draka's Page - PaganSpace.net The Social Network for the Occult Community Not much there, but the music's nice ;)

    Anything anyone wants to know...just ask.
  7. notthedalaidrama

    Mar 5, 2011
    Hiya Folks,

    I am from the UK. I'm a hippy who follows no religion. I enjoy good comedy. I like reading books, Osho, Adyashanti, John Sherman to name a few - oops Alan Watts is another!
    On Monday 7th March in Birkenhead something UNUSUAL happened, LAWFUL REBELLION took place. Please check this 18 minute video out:-


    Something is happening to the people of the world, they are awakening to the daily injustices that happen every second of every day. If you want any more info please check the links out!

    ever get the feeling something isn't right?
    sick of all the injustice that happens every second of every minute of every day?
    want to look into why we live in a world where so many people suffer?

    one part of the problem can be found by checking these sites out:-

    www.tpuc.org | News for positive people

    Tpuc.org Forum • Index page

    UK Column |

    British Constitution Group |

    Check out films by the Canadian, Rob Menard:-

    Robert Menard - Bursting Bubbles of Government Deception (Entire)



    Sunshine works!
  8. Perry456

    Perry456 Member

    Mar 10, 2011
    New to the forum, thought I would say hi! I'm Perry. Can't wait to get started :)
  9. Penumbra

    Penumbra Veteran Member
    Premium Member

    Jul 15, 2010
    Ok, now that I have 8+ months and 2400+ posts, I'll go.

    My name is Carolyn, but I prefer Lyn. I'm almost 23. I enjoy debating politics, ethics, and religion, and I enjoy other subforums like random general discussions or entertainment, so that's why I come here.

    I'm a vegetarian, an engineer, a martial artist, a writer, a skeptic, an atheist, etc. I was raised liberally Catholic, but transitioned away from it when I was in my early teens. I had some difficult times when I was younger, including a lot of poverty, but things are easier now.

    I guess I'll answer the other questions from the OP:
    Where am I from? United States
    Gender? Female
    Relationship Status? In a relationship
    Straight or gay? I'm mostly straight.
    Religion? I don't have any religion.
    What makes me happy? Massages.
    What makes me sad? Human suffering.
    Pet peeves? My biggest pet peeve is clutter. Physical clutter, job clutter, paperwork clutter, etc.
    Hopes and Dreams? I want to give millions to charity. First I have to make millions, though. I'm working on it.
    Hobbies and Interests? I do a lot of exercising and some sports, debate politics, ethics, and religion. I spend time investing, which includes reading through a lot of company annual reports. I like spending time with my partner.
    What kind of work? I'm an electronics engineer.
    Favorite Movies: The Matrix, Dark Knight, Fight Club, Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, Princess Mononoke, Howl's Moving Castle, Spirited Away, Lord of the Rings, Fifth Element, Gladiator, Cowboy Bebop, Avatar, Pirates of the Caribbean, Wristcutters: A Love Story, Harry Potter series, etc.
    Favorite Books: The Demon Haunted World, by Carl Sagan, the Myth of Sisyphus, (an essay), by Albert Camus. The Bhagavad Gita (a lot of it I don't like, but some I do, and it was influential for me).
    Places to Visit: There aren't that many places I like to visit.
    Favorite Food: Vegetable Stir Fry
    Favorite Color: I like purple the best, probably. And pink. For decorative purposes I like the colors of wood.
    Favorite Time of Year: Spring or Fall, because the environment is not painful or uncomfortable.
    I don't have kids or pets.
  10. webmasterpride

    webmasterpride New Member

    Jun 14, 2011
    Newbie here, glad to be part of the forum.
  11. Sunstone

    Sunstone De Diablo Del Fora
    Staff Member Premium Member

    Jul 2, 2004
    Erotic Dancing Girls
    I'm Sunstone.

    Did I do that right?
  12. Songbird

    Songbird She rules her life like a bird in flight

    Jan 5, 2011
    No. You suck. Back to Go and pay $200 to the banker.

    I'm the banker now.
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  13. methylatedghosts

    methylatedghosts Can't brain. Has dumb.

    Nov 2, 2006
    Ok, I've definitely met the criteria for posting here! Haven't been on regularly in a very long while, so here's me.


    I'm methylatedghosts. I enjoy things, and - and - I know stuff. I believe some things, and I don't believe others. I am not too old, only a year older than this time last year. I would like to be someone in a few years and will be kicking off my plan fairly soon. I have friends. Sometimes we do things together. Other times, I do other things by myself. Gives me a chance to think about stuff.

    Anyhow, enough about me - lets get posting.
  14. notthedalaidrama

    Mar 5, 2011
    I have found a new path! I experienced an awakening and I now live from the Heart and not the mind!

    no g_d necessary
    no sacred writings
    no churches
    no temples
    no mosques
    no synagogues
    no gurus
    no dogma
    no fear

    Just Love!

    However! If you choose to follow a g_d or g_ds then that is your right to do so! You must follow what feels right for you.

    For me religion suffocates and stifles and blinds the Soul! I gave it a try when I was 18 and it never felt right for me. So I investigated many different paths, and at 51 I have found my path!

    Live from the Heart and not the mind. I have no need of sacred writings, priests, dogma, or anything attached to religion.

    I meditate and I chant. I am where I am. You are where you are.


  15. blackout

    blackout Violet.

    Sep 15, 2007
    I Am Violet.
    High Preistess of the
    Heliotropeian Temple.
    (Somewhere North of the Kingdom of Amaranthine)

    Ultra is my I'doll/Idol.
    Together we are UltraViolet.

    I Cast World
    as I Spell Word.

    My My'thology is My Own.
    (Whose else would it be? :shrug:)
    And yes, I make it up (author it) as I go along.
    (as evidenced by this post)

    If you're one of the lucky (or unlucky) few
    who actually understand my posts
    you will learn more there.
    Or perhaps find some amusement.

    If not, you will most likely skim past me.

    And I wouldn't blame you.
    #115 blackout, Jan 24, 2012
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2012
  16. xkatz

    xkatz Well-Known Member

    Nov 27, 2009
    Christian- Orthodox Catholic
    Well, I guess now is the perfect time for a re-introduction.

    The (user)name is xKatz. I have been more of a "regular" in the past, but with college, I have been very busy. I've been part of this board for about 2-2.5 years. I enjoy talking about religion, philosophy, metaphysics, politics, and etc. I am open to other people's perspective and I do enjoy learning about other people's spirituality. If you are college-bound, and interested in Michigan State University, I am the guy to talk to. Nice to see new and old faces here :)
    #116 xkatz, Jan 24, 2012
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2012
  17. Aileefaria

    Aileefaria New Member

    Jul 23, 2012
    Hi Every one My name is Jon and i am new here in forum i want to take part in discussions and looking forward to share views and ideas with others thanks .
  18. Polarbear

    Polarbear Active Member

    May 31, 2012
    Great! First lesson read the OP's. :D

    You can introduce yourself here: Are you new to ReligiousForums.com? - Religious Education Forum
    Welcome to the forum anyway!
  19. Revoltingest

    Revoltingest Right wing fabrication regurgitator...so they say.
    Premium Member

    Mar 25, 2010
    Are you studying to be a veterinarian or are you one of the drunks at Moo Yoo?
  20. Rakhel

    Rakhel Well-Known Member

    Mar 24, 2009
    Spiritually Awake
    (background voices say, "Hello!)

    My name is Rakhel and I have been a user of RF of a little over 3 years. I am the mother of 6 children(I know. I know.), 4 girls and 2 boys. All ranging in the ages from 20 to 1. I am happily married to NetRexx(I would prefer calling him yosi...something about the name "netrexx" just .....)

    As my religious states, I'm not your average Jew and I can legitimately state, with absolute certainty, that I am Sayton's grandchild. MWHAHAHHA

    And just to answer questions before they are ask... Sayton is his middle name.
    I could not make that up if I wanted to. Though, I am pretty certain that he had hoped that his drill sergeant was during basics.