Just interested in change. I consider myself to be a hard working, fun loving individual. Interested in people who don't take them selves too seriously.
Grew up religious but grew out of it, conservative, and republican but grew out of all three-- I'd define myself as a Secular Humanist Pacifist with sprinkle of feeling the Bern. I have an internalized dichotomy of being a jock and a nerd. I love working out, playing sports, going on hikes, exploring new places, and hitting up breweries.... but I also love going to museums, teaching people new board games, playing dungeons and dragons with my friends, and getting into really nuanced political/philosophical debates. Luckily, this means I have something in common with almost anyone, but its hard to find someone I have a lot in common with. I'm a Software Engineer, which means if your car breaks down I'm going to be useless, but at least I can help you build a PC for cheap that will play any game on the market. I live alone with my cat Mochi, who is a spoiled little princess. You should add me on snapchat / instagram if you want an endless supply of photos of her. I'm kind of an awkward extrovert-- I love meeting new people but I'm terrible at breaking the ice. So bonus points if you message first.
> I guess what I'm asking is: how is a body animated with a "soul", and how does that soul leave at death? First, you'd have to show me what a soul is, what properties it has, and how it coexists with the physical anatomy of the body, and then we can even begin to guess how the two bring about an "animated" body-- by which I'm guessing you mean not only alive but also conscious. So far, we have 0 evidence of a soul-- though I'd be willing to entertain any presented. That makes the question kind of moot. It'd be like saying "well how does a transmission animate the body and where does it go on death?" As far as we know, human bodies don't have transmissions.
Hello I'm Adam! New to this and checking it out.