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    dots Submission Name: Science of Philosophydots

    Author: JoelIsHere
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    dotsScience of Philosophydots

    According to Philosophy, nothing can exist.

    According to science, Humans create what exists.

    Therefore, according to the Science of Philosophy, as I call it, Humans can create nothing; or nothingness.

    Nothingness is what you feel when you commit a bad deed, not, “Sadness.” Sadness is simply a result of feeling that nothingness at work.

    Hence, Humans create the force that works behind "sin", as most religions call it, also known as negative energy.

    Negative energy is the power that gods use to create things.

    Negative energy, by that logic, makes us all highly powerful deities.

    Moral of the Science of Philosophy: Never underestimate your own ability to do something. The Religious belief that, “With God, all things are possible.” Applies here, with a slight modification. “With courage in yourself, all things are possible.” So, let nothing stand in your way, let no one impede your path. Take your first steps to success, and with courage and conviction, you will most assuredly arrive safely.

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