God I Hope So

God I Hope So

I hold a lot of beliefs or thoughts. I don’t believe every belief equally. Most of them I just hold in the back of my head and compare to what I see as I experience life. A lot of the time, I don’t even pursue satisfaction of my curiosity about them because I think it’s a waste of time.

I don’t like vaccines (1, 2, 3)

I think there is such a thing as sleeping with too many women.

In my heart of hearts, I want to get married and have four children.

I think it’s possible that the earth may be flat.

I believe in the theory of r/K selection.

My life’s dream is to buy an island off the coast of Brazil.

That’s to name a few. At this point in time, I don’t really express everything I believe except to my best friend and a maybe a mentor of mine. Anyone else I’d talk to would likely call me crazy in some shape or another. The thing is – the reason I don’t talk to them, more than the fact that the conversation would go likely nowhere, is that they’d never be prepared for my response to being called crazy or a tin-foil hat conspiracy theorist.

“God…I hope so.”


6 thoughts on “God I Hope So

    • That’s exactly right. I’m lucky as my best friend does the same thing – so at least, if I’m crazy, I’m not the only one.

      Thanks for commenting, brother.


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    • Heh – I appreciate the pun.

      I’ll say this: I’ve been flying my entire life across continents, countries, between cities to have seen that view a thousandfold (see my post “Facts about Walderschmidt”). I’ll fly again in a week. Despite that – to my own mind, with what admittedly little I’ve seen, I’m unable to rule out entirely that the world is flat, at the moment.

      Also – sidenote – I’ve just noticed you have a blog. I need to get to reading.


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