death and lucifer
i wanna die.
yes. i want to die.
not because i have an unbearable problem or because i'm
sick of life, but because i feel that, in death, i will
come to realize many things. perhaps everything will become
clear to me once i step over the fine line of life and
death. to die...it is the final awakening.
and where will i be after that? god knows. i do not have to
be anywhere. i just have to be. attain nirvana. to exist in
a state of nothingness and everythingness at the same time.
to be one with god. to want to be like god.
i am not a heretic. i do not see anything wrong with
aspiring to be like god. i don't understand why lucifer was
cast down because he shook the heavens. there is nothing
wrong with shaking the heavens.
the story of lucifer was after all, based on a greek
tradition. i wonder why christians took this story and
believed it to be true. biblical even. the story is so
do not christians condemn the pagans? then why must they
take a story with pagan origins and use it as a story that
is part of christianity?
christians. are they opportunist pigs?
nobody could even tell me where the story of lucifer came
from...until i told them. it is a legend. an ancient
tradition whom nobody i know can verify as true. or false.
god's creations are not flawed. to say that they are is to
question god himself. humans were made sinful for a reason.
lucifer was made for a reason.
man has done lucifer a great injustice. but lucifer has
done god a greater injustice.