so iow while--if i understand you--i accept your premise here, and even admit to it, i see that it is all to often seized upon, also, as an excuse to not understand, when i offer it as an apology, and an invitation to please ask for clarification, where i have been unclear.B. W. wrote:bbyrd009 you mentioned that you are autistic but which type do you have - Asperger's or ???bbyrd009 wrote: i am autistic--you couldn't sit down on it, it would make you quite paranoid, even. The weed you remember, "sleep-weed," nobody smokes that anymore. well, not for recreation. We grow a strain of "Charlotte's Web" that is like that; which we give away, to desperate parents with sick children?
Do you understand how this state affects how you come across to others??
And let's admit that even normies might have quite a bit of trouble understanding each other, "communicating," and, not to blow my own horn, but i have written peer-reviewed articles, on various other subjects, not directly relating to spirituality, that were Featured, and only very lightly edited, that are quite well received, widely shared, have over a million views, blahblahblagh.
So, maybe autism is a manifestation that we, people, make, because God has determined that that is just the best manifestation for the circumstances, iow. Normal people can argue for...well, decades, actually, i have a link to the same two guys butting heads for 6-7 years now, at least, and even you might be persuaded that they are speaking different languages, and just do not ever discuss that part, iow if one's def for "sin" is diff from two's def, then they will just talk past each other, about sin, in this example, and every time the word "sin" comes up--which, let's admit, religious people love to talk about sin--they can be witnessed to actually hit a wall, the both of them, and immediately start having two different convos at each other, but just try to be the guy to suggest creating a common lexicon, woo-ey, you better not do that