Originally Posted by elTwitcho
And this contrast between the two of us is precisely why I believe that one person's decision can not be applied to another person's. Our fundamental underlying differences in philosophy are precisely why I don't think I could come up with a belief that works for me and should therefore automatically work for you.
I think your standpoint is extremely valid. However, if I wanted to nit-pick, I could easily apply your philosophy to your own philosophy. Essentially, you believing that spirituality and meaning should be an individualistic matter, should in that regards, only be applied to you. Kellstar's philosophy could assert, however unlikely this is, that one should maintain his or her opinions and views strictly based on that of others. For this to be true someone else would have to maintain this same view, which is highly unlikely as well, however I am not one to criticize one's beliefs, however ridiculous they might be.
Heh, it's interesting how much one can extrapolate...