Did you know that you can sell your soul to the devil? If you do, you can have everything you have ever wanted. You can bargain too.
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Is this really eggie??? The devil is the Master and Commander of Lies, delusions, and Hate...He may tell you you'll live longer with great toys and money etc....but He will always forget to tell you that there will be no Love or Peace in your life...just an increasing amount of torment!!!!!
|1 year ago. Rating: 14|
"Hey don't "Knock Satan.Only bloke who offered me "Full time employment to train as a Stoker.Had to buy my own shovel out of my "Job seekers allowance £10-hour it works 24/7 Indefinite.No union so NO tea Breaks ,as a matter of fact no "Bloody Breaks .When do I get my wages I cried ."You dont its for your keep ."Roof over your head "Warm bed to look at not to lie on "OH the good bit is "Men only The Bigger place is for the Woman."More of them than "Men Pity they dont work as hard.I know "Bloody well know all about that .This work is a "Stroll in the Park.Compare to the House work I had to "DO !!
|1 year ago. Rating: 13|
It's a con, for two reasons. The first is that, pace Yeats, the distinction between soul and self is unreal. A Dialogue Between Soul and Self was just Yeats talking to himself - as he did quite often.
More important, there IS an absolutely best bargain. I stuck out for it, but it wasn't available, and since for a soul of my quality I demand nothing but the best imaginable, I wasn't closing for anything less.
Some of you may have better luck, so the deal I offered was this: In return for my soul/self, I required that the Devil should love me, to the very depth of his being, irrevocably, above all other, and absolutely unselfishly. Moreover I required that once this love was established, he would be sublimely happy in that condition. You'd think that my soul plus sublime eternal happiness was worth a little unselfish love, but the b****** refused. I don't sell myself short, so I required his absence. The smell of hydrogen sulphide lingered a bit, but was gone by morning.
|1 year ago. Rating: 12|
Benthere "Tell me which would you pick:Heaven and all its perfection or Earth and all its imperfections and sins"
This is a curious question to ask an atheist because it presumes that the atheist believes in the very existence of heaven in the first place.
But I will humour you by confessing that I WOULD pick Heaven and all its perfection. I would also pick Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny over this Earth and all its imperfections and sins.
|1 year ago. Rating: 10|