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Polish Jesuits created a Facebook site for non-believers. Atheists not a total waste?


chichimera 1 | 186
22 Mar 2011 #61
It depends. For some buddhist monks it supposedly meant to be thrown out of a window. For the prophet Isaiah it meant to feel a gentle breeze or something like that. That's why systems don't work - nobody can know what would work for you.
Bzibzioh
22 Mar 2011 #62
That's why systems don't work

So you are saying that without defenestration or experiencing a gentle breeze personally - one's faith is worthless? All smokes and mirrors?
chichimera 1 | 186
22 Mar 2011 #63
without defenestration or experiencing a gentle breeze - one's faith is worthless

It's not the defenestration and the gentle breeze that matter, but the effect which they have/had on certain people. And yes, without that effect one's faith isn't worth more than children's faith in Santa
Bzibzioh
22 Mar 2011 #64
Moments ago you were saying that the key factor to true faith is to experience personally those "true meanings", now they don't matter, only the effect of them, and only on certain (?) people. So which is it?
itchyballs
22 Mar 2011 #65
So what other religions have Catholicism is lacking, in your opinion?

There are two rules in Christianity: Love God; Love your neighbor as you love yourself.

Roman Catholicism's focus is on suffering and sacrifice.

Roman Catholicism is the religion of ancient Rome. It's not a Christian religion.
chichimera 1 | 186
22 Mar 2011 #66
to experience personally those "true meanings", now they don't matter, only the effect of them, and only on certain (?) people

I said that the true meaning is not in the defenestration but in the effect of it. On someone this effect can have a Sunday mass. Yet someone else may go to church every day, or be thrown out of a window weekly, or expose himself to a gentle breeze regularly and still won't get the true meaning.

None of the contemporary religious systems has managed to find the way which would be right for everyone
Bzibzioh
22 Mar 2011 #67
On someone this effect can have a Sunday mass.

Who are you to judge peoples "quality" of faith? Aren't you pretentious little thing ...

None of the contemporary religious systems has managed to find the way which would be right for everyone

So is modern medicine. So is political system. So what?
Olaf 6 | 955
22 Mar 2011 #68
Thank God that atheists are not a total loss. So now they aspired to be humans, wow! Inferior breed, but humans:D.
Good one, Polonius3.
pip 10 | 1,658
1 Feb 2012 #69
Merged:

Facebook regional office in Poland



so far it is a secret as to where they will set up but Facebook is indeed setting up their regional office somewhere in Poland. Maybe a few jobs will open up for those that are in i.t.

...updated- I actually just saw they are looking at moving from Dublin to Wroclaw....not set in stone yet. That should surely **** off more Irish and create a bigger hate on for Poles.
Looker - | 1,134
29 Nov 2014 #70
They sit quiet, not much news about it since the Warsaw office launch (July 2012):
allfacebook.com/central-eastern-europe-office-warsaw-poland_b100836

But some of the photos leaked, take a look:

Facebook Poland - conference room

Facebook Poland - famous wall

The last picture shows Mark Zuckerberg during his visit in the Poland's Facebook office (May 22, 2013, source - Facebook Warsaw)


  • Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook office in Warsaw, Poland, 22.May.2013


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