Posted by A Marino on July 31, 2003 at 14:18:00:
In Reply to: Re: Thanks for the unsolicited advice posted by Richard Haut on July 31, 2003 at 13:58:08:
I was raised a Hindu, but I am an atheist by choice. As a woman of science, a rationalist and a sceptic, I do not believe in something that can't be substantiated or proven(God). Religion has always been the cause of so much upheaval in the world, people who are motivated and strong, dont need community support from a bunch of selfish priests in a matter as personal as self realization. At the same time, I respect the need for people to believe in what they choose to. It seems that a couple of posts in this thread are very irrelevant to the profession of architecture and undoubtedly reflect very poorly on the membership of this forum ..for unfair reasons of course. Humans, unlike dogs, tend to generalize..so just like Hindus, women and Indians get generalized, why shouldn't [anglo-saxon, christian , (KKK ?) , sexist] men be too? it sounds like an unfair reality all too common in this world? I have received excellent feedback and help from several members of this forum and greatly appreciate that. Thanks for all the help guys.
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