| > > My definition of spirit is wholly un-supernatural. I consider the|
> > spirit to be the chemical processes that allow our brains to
> > function, and nothing else. So, I'm probably one of those
> > "impossible people," as well.
> My definition of spiritual got nothing to do with anything
> supernatural. It's simply the part of you that invest it's fate in
> something. ANYTHING. It's impossible not to do this because the only
> way you could avoid doing it would be to be omniscient. I think it's
> a rather safe beleif of mine to assume we all have unanswered
> question/variables in our life. I must go now but I'll be back...
I invest my faith in nothing. In fact, I have no faith in anything. I believe what can be proven, which is the opposite of faith. Sure, there will always be unanswered questions, but I don't invest any faith in suspected answers.