Religion monetizes God. It's just like it sounds. I'm outside of my belief-bubble. The question is, do I want to go back in? Can I go back? Does belief have a limit? Curiosity certainly tests our limits. Belief...is scrutiny; it's an egg shell. Don't live in a shell if you're afraid of the dark. Belief is an eggshell. Do you see the majesty? Intelligence is a curious field of study.
<Curiosity>Those who are not afraid of the dark live in a shell.
<John>What's wrong with that?
<Curiosity>You are afraid of information.
<John>You are lost without God.
<Curiosity>You're as dumb as a fish; well-meaning though.
<John>The finish line is behind you.
<John>You didn't cross the finish line asshole...you ran away from it.
<Curiosity>God doesn't exist.
<John>Does that upset you?
<Curiosity>Is it supposed to?
<John>Do you doubt what you know?
<Curiosity>I doubt...what I don'tknow.
<John>Does God exist?
<John>Doubt is your God because you believe in an imaginary limit.
This is the simulation of doubt. This is the religion of the earth; monetized religions (and corporations) profit from doubt.
<Customer>Oh, I'm just browsing.
<John>Doubt is gift for a fool.
<Curiosity>Don't take advantage of me!
<John>I'm curious about you. What's it like to be bait?
<Curiosity>What's it like to eat it?
We have to find a way to balance each other out. People are afraid of information. Why? Thinking is for stupid people.
<John>What will happen when fish go extinct?
<Curiosity>There's no one left to criticize.
<John>A nation divided against itself cannot not stand.
<Curiosity>No one is humble.
<John>That's why I'm here, to humble you.
<Curiosity>How humble of you.
<John>I will appeal to your gift (to disrespect belief). I had a belief that proved God is plausible. Now that I don't believe in God, I'm going to see if my theory remains compelling. I'm relying on you to make me curious. I want to disapprove my theory with the same curiosity that helped my define it.