Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Christmas and Santa

It's been a few days since I have posted anything. I was just sitting here thinking how nice it is to just live life without worrying about pleasing god and obeying all the commandments. I know I've said it many times, but life outside the superstitious beliefs of Mormonism and Christianity is so nice.

If it's Sunday and I need something from the store, I just go. I don't have to worry about offending god on one day of the week. Really, something is a sin just because of what day it is? Come on!

I don't really like Christmas. You've got to spend a ton of money. Besides, just realizing that we are celebrating the birthday of some dude who supposedly lived 2000 years ago, really brings home the reality of the Jesus Myth. There is no Jesus and there is no saviour. There is no such thing as sin and there is no such thing as good or bad.

Besides, a few days after Christmas, we forget all about Jesus and we even forget what gifts we got.

Santa is a lot like Jesus...

  • They both give gifts depending upon your behavior
  • They both know if you've been bad or good
  • You believe in both of them, at first
  • Then as you mature you realize that both are not real
Yep, just as Santa isn't real, Jesus isn't real either. But as a kid you believed in Santa. Santa brought you gifts. Your parents actively lied to you about the reality of Santa. Ironically, no adult believes in Santa, and although Santa represents Jesus, almost all adults believe in Jesus. Go figure.

Free yourself from the Mormon lies and discover a whole new world!

Just another evil apostate...

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