Monday, November 01, 2010

Orthogonal

Science and religion are orthogonal in that they do not clash. The same as your dreams and waking life co-exist.

In their winding roads, a scholar and a preist may become best friends and share their joys and experiences, but there world view could never be equal; one sees angels, spritis and prophets while the other sees comets, quasars and the experiment.

6 comments:

Ayi :) said...

true, they will never seen the same things, just hope they can be a little open and see the beauty in their believes---

9Misterios said...

A limited expansion of the mind. New found tolerance maybe? Who knows... cares. I like.

hobbes' consultant said...

I would've thought this to be viewed as derogatory and I would find a voice of complaint.

Go figure...

भावना said...

dualities my friend, dualities...

;-)

maybe they're both delusional, not realizing they're seeing the same things. both things are equally unreal, as are both observers anyways...

Rudolph, this is one for our column...

I hope you're making a list!

9Misterios said...

A voice of complaint? Why?
It's what the symbols just said: Dualities. Embrace them :)

hobbes' consultant said...

Sorry, I forget it is generally normal and accepted to talk of spirits and angels and prophets... :/