Originally Posted by raykilleen
Ok Iíve not thought about it much but as I read the definitions of theist/atheist it seem that Iím neither an atheist nor a theist simply because the belief in God is not something which I see as being of any relevance at all. There is something which can be called divine/absolute but it has nothing to do with ones ideas, beliefs and philosophies. To try and understand it through the mind is just like trying to force the whole ocean into the boundaries of a small cup or trying to grasp the vastness of space into ones fist. The mind is not capable of anything else except an interpretation of things through the senses and all of oneís ideas of the divine are born of the mind they are the projections of thought, make any sense? i.e. the atheist is one extreme, and the theist is another extreme, one has been clinging to the idea of God the other has been clinging to the idea of No-God, and in both cases, one fails to see into the matter that the Truth is inexpressible.
Yeah. Believing or not believing in God is quite irrelevant.