Saturday, June 10, 2006

Something To Bite On

Something To Bite On

Lestat lost his equilibrium, once, when he figured out that the afterlife is not a bubble of happiness in heaven or a burning in the stakes of hell. He reasoned out that religion is nothing but a piece of dung to be thrown at devout believers.

In other words, he believed that life after death is simply, nothing.

Lestat believed that all your mortal sufferings are for naught, since no reward will come after your mortality is consumed. In other words, he thought that an upright and utterly moral life is useless, senseless, and a waste.

Heresy? We’re in the 21st century. Is there heresy in the 21st century?


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