Does an ameoba have a soul ?

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Does an ameoba have a soul ?

Post by bansy » 31 Aug 2006

I was asked this question, anyone have a funny reply ?

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Post by pbktrinityshiva » 03 Sep 2006

Yes it does :), as far as I know.

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Post by button slammer » 07 Sep 2006

If by amoebas you mean the so-called Brahmins of the Confluence Age? Then no, fortunately, they do not.

If you mean those mythical simple single celled beings living in peace and harmony in the primordal soup at the fabled beginning of creation, then obviously, yes!

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Post by tinydot » 07 Sep 2006

nice try button slammer!!! :lol:

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Post by bansy » 07 Sep 2006

If by amoebas you mean the so-called Brahmins of the Confluence Age? Then no, fortunately, they do not.
Many PBKs were BKs before. Including Virendra Dev Dixit. An amoeba is an amoeba, no need to doubt what it is ?

What I am getting at is there is no need to hate anything or anybody is there ?We can respect an amoeba but we cannot respect mankind. Which is the "highest" ?

Anyway, this thread is for "fun", nothing wrong being an amoeba I suppose.

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Post by howiemac » 07 Sep 2006

bansy wrote: Which is the "highest" ?
physically the human, spiritually the amoeba :)

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Post by bansy » 07 Sep 2006

physically the human, spiritually the amoeba
I second that. We have to learn and study about amoebas and their little bacteria friends, but I don't think they bother to study about us. Most of them seem to just like eating us.

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Post by john » 07 Sep 2006

Most of them seem to just like eating us.
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Post by bkdimok » 08 Sep 2006

bansy wrote: Most of them seem to just like eating us.
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