Maybe it’s just me but thinking you have an invisible friend, be it a disciplinary father figure, an oddly neglectful all-powerful observer or the conscious embodiment of something in nature, seems rather childish.
Maybe it’s just me but thinking of things by plainly labeling them as good or evil, be it people’s actions, acts of nature or substances, without asking the difficult question of why we have come to these conclusions, seems rather childish.
Maybe it’s just me but thinking that people will face the justice of eternal agony in the afterlife, be it for things as simple as sexual preference or acts, disagreeing with a set of beliefs or even certain words we speak, seems rather childish.
Maybe it’s just me but thinking that the natural laws of the universe, which we have no evidence to think have changed since their arrival, went on remission with no repercussions on the whim of a few people, seems rather childish to me.
Maybe it’s just me but after seeing how these thoughts can lead people to dictate and try to control the actions and rights of others,
I think they need to grow up.