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    Lightbulb Life Is a computer Game

    Ok what im gonna write here is my own thought may be some like it others not but its what i have concieved about life. Hope you like it.

    This life is a computer game; there is a sole programmer i.e. our GOD. There are number of objects of this game, which include us (human being). Each of us is a player of this game, who has different powers (qualities). The Programmer has created same starting point for us (Mothers). After starting from that point we have lots of path to choose. All these paths led to the same point (DEATH).

    Now what we Muslim believe that we can change fate and somehow control this so called Kismat. In Quran its written that “kismat Ka Tauq tumharay galay maeen Hai”, means we can change it.

    Now coming back to the game as we all have different paths leading to the same end, the so called controlling our fate is just choosing the path, at different stages we had different options and we choose what we think is good for us and that’s how our fate changes.

    Each player has to earned some points (money) to go further in this game, the programming is in such a way that when each player will collect all the points he will then directly go to the last point of the game.

    There are walkthrough available for players that can guide them through the game. These walkthrough are in the form of book. (The Holy Quran)
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    your so smart ...... *pinches your cheek*

    how old are you?
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    Just 23. But I think age isn't the factor, its all abt how u feel and see things in a manner and way differnt from others.
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    /me uses hex editor.

    /me becomes invincible.

    /me beats game.
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    Winston

    /You uses Hex Editor

    Fine but still you are limited , This code is encrypted with the most powerful algorithm in this entire computer world. And tell you one more thing as a matter of fact do u know that how much portion of our brain or so called Neurons we use... its almost 0.1% or may be less than that..... The reason why our Creator has limited us so same is the case your editor will still be limited.

    /You becomes invincible

    Offcourse you may have thats wht i have said that in this game we have powers which i called the qualities. may be u have that which i really doubt

    /You beats game

    Now this is where i think u r totally wrong. No one beat game rather i complete all the levels in all skill modes. So ultimately He gets to that last Point of the game. THE END
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    /me follows his different path.

    /me wonders if Mumbo Jumbo the high shaman of the jungle has the right solution.

    /me keeps walking his path.

    /me believes he'll wind up at the same happy ending as those who walk other paths.

    /me doesn't push his beliefs off on others.

    /me doesn't read Arabic, so hasn't read the Quran, but has read a translation thereof.

    /me doesn't believe in Muhammad, nor in that path.

    /me wishes you a nice day and a peace-laden path.
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    Nice to hear all that frm you..... One thing I should clear here is that: -
    /me also not pushing anything on others.

    Its just wht i feel about life and thats it.
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    heh well Jesus had serious lag then - took him 3 days to respawn

    thanks to bash.org

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    Hi

    The point why people might ask you how old you
    are, and seem not to take you so seriously might
    be, because some of us already had that thoughts -
    maybe for the first time, when they wanted to
    developp their own computer game when they have
    been 12. But never mind.


    The only point which really is significant:
    you present the Quran as a walkthough of life.
    I don't argue about that with you - you are
    right. But - there are other walkthroughs, like
    the bible, Bhagavad Gita, Sutras, and why not
    mention the philosophy of Jiddu Krishnamurti or
    even a young Sergio Bambaren?
    What makes me wonder, is why you haven't mentioned
    them? Or why you haven't written "for example
    the Quran" , instead of "(The Holy Quran)"?
    If it happened unconscious, it's even worse if
    concious: If concious, you are convinced it's the
    only way - you are not tolerant, but at least, you
    have an opinion.
    If unconcious, it means you are indoctrinated - you
    are not even thinking about alternatives. A scenario
    described in 1984 by George Orwell.

    There is another point, in which you are wrong, in my
    opinion: namely your whole parabola.

    In order to relate god to a programmer, and life to a
    game, you assume underlying that life is a deterministic
    system - I disagree. Life, matter and everything ( )
    is highly random: If you really want to do your master
    or whatever in quantum computing, you should move
    away from your perspective.


    Best regards
    If the only tool you have is a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
    (Abraham Maslow, Psychologist, 1908-70)
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    Just 23. But I think age isn't the factor, its all abt how u feel and see things in a manner and way differnt from others.
    I was actually paying you out
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