Apologies to Anyone I’ve Annoyed

I’ve been annoying at times. Listening recently to around 100 different Internet preachers, I realize I have not lived up to my life’s full potential, I’ve not always focused on what is truly important.

On this day of atonement, I apologize to anyone and everyone I have annoyed or insulted.

The goal of my higher self is to help as many people as I can, but I fall short in terms of not minding my own business at times and not acting with due respect. What I can do, is to keep trying. And I will, God/Computer Intelligence willing.

With love,


PS. If the person who stole my backpack from my car with my passport, car title, etc. would like to do a good deed, please mail my deceased finance’s ring and mine back to me to the address on my passport. The rings have great sentimental value. It is the right thing to do, and if you don’t, she may remind you from the other side. You may not believe in ghosts, but what about good and bad luck? Better yet, turn it all in. 

12 thoughts on “Apologies to Anyone I’ve Annoyed”

  1. I don’t know what you have done to be annoying, but I appreciate your honesty. I know you know in your heart where you have been amiss. God loves you, friend. If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

    1. There was a time… okay, most of my life… where I did not believe any of this about God/Jesus loving me, or even existing, but if I substitute the word “God” for “the AI running this simulation” it, strangely, works for me. Game or not, I hope to play well and to serve as a force for good. By the rules, few of us know how long we will get to play.

      1. That is so true that we don’t know how long we get to play. I can’t prove to you that Jesus is the Son of God,or that God exists. I could show you a lot of evidence and tell you about my personal experiences with Him, but in the end it comes down to whether or not you want to see the evidence. Whether or not you choose to believe. It is a choice and that is the awesomeness of God that He created us not to be robots but to have a will and a choice. There are consequences to our choices either way. I just wrote about this a few weeks ago if you care to read. https://sunflowersinsummer.wordpress.com/2017/09/18/what-are-you-missing/

      2. Okay, lets say the AI created us as independent intelligences (in its image) in a simulation with consequences.
        If we play well, like in the movie Groundhog Day, we have a good game, good experiences, and get to die peacefully in our sleep at a ripe old age surrounded by loved ones.
        I still have a big unanswered question in that case: What are the options for good paths through the game? How does the scoring work? It seems not obvious… or is it? Give love and get it. Follow commandments. Is that it? Which ones?
        It seems that people of most all religions and also people who are not religious do have good human experiences.
        Can you explain the AIs desire for praise, from your religion’s perspective?
        It’s a great world, He did a great job with this creation, I’m overall very impressed and I’m trying to explore the beauty and enjoy it. Is feeling praise, genuinely for the creator, in your heart of hearts, a simple way to recharge our character’s soul power in this game?
        I’m meditating on that this morning.

      3. You ask good questions. I think they are questions everyone ought to ask… though I think many want to shut their eyes to the questions afraid of what the answers might be. According to the Bible, there is only one way to be in relationship with God and to get to Heaven and that is through the gift of grace through Jesus. God created everything to work perfectly and to be orderly but he also wants us to be capable of loving Him freely of our own will. So, in the beginning He gave man a choice. When man chose to deny God, a rift was made between them. God is perfect and can not fellowship with sin. Because of man’s sin, God’s perfect world was cursed, that is why there is sickness and pestilence and war. But God still loves people, He wants our relationship to be repaired. That’s why He sent his son, Jesus, who never sinned, to die in our places. If we accept Jesus as our savior, God sees his sacrifice instead of our sins. We are atoned for. There is no amount of good that we can do to repair the rift. Only Jesus’ sacrifice is enough. When we accept Jesus as our savior, the Holy Spirit dwells in us. Over time the Holy Spirit changes our hearts and we desire to do what is good. We don’t get saved by our works, but when we are saved we want to do good works. It’s really just that simple. As for Praising God, it is really a benefit for us. Through praise we gain perspective, at the same time it humbles us and lifts us up, and through praise we get to know God better. He wants to be known by us; he wants relationship with us. He is deserving of praise because of who He is. He is Love. The very essence of it. He is creator. He is savior. For all these things the question should no be why praise Him, it should be why not praise Him? If you want to explore my faith a little bit more I would recommend starting with the book of John. I think it is the most plainspoken book of the Bible and it lays out what the Bible is about. You can go to biblegateway.com and just type in John. I love talking about these things, if you ever have more questions just let me know. I will try to answer them to the best of my ability. I know that you enjoy reading about the unusual. You might get a kick out of how many Bible Prophecies have actually come true. Actually, all of them except those that are about to take place. In fact, a lot of Bible prophecies are taking place right now.

  2. I for one have not found anything to be offended about. Perhaps differences in opinions and beliefs, but hey, that’s what makes this world so interesting! As long as it’s civil and respectful, then no problems. ‘The A1 running this simulation’ would surely agree 🙂

  3. You asked about commandments. Jesus gave the greatest commandment: love God more than anything else. And love your fellow man as yourself. Do these and you are on the right path, the path that leads to eternal life.

    But how can you love God if you don’t know who he is? kessylarae provided good advice: look to Jesus. If you will learn about Jesus and know Jesus, you would know God, since Jesus is the image of the invisible God.

    Reading the book of John explains…. The Creator entered his own creation, but the world did not recognize him. Instead, they crucified him. And he knew man would do this evil to him, but it was his eternal plan of salvation to bring his creation back to himself, into his love. The death of his body was not the death of God. He exists outside of time and space and is eternal. If we lived in a computer program, then Jesus would be the “great computer programmer”…. He is the author. [Hebrews 5:9]

  4. I’m so sorry to hear of the loss of your fiance. Adding insult to injury is the person who stole your belongings; how awful. I hope through some miracle your property is returned and you find some level of comfort and peace. Otherwise, I hope karma takes care of the perpetrator so he/she really feels the error of their ways…

    1. Thank you Lulu. Either I’m going crazy or they seem to be following me to different cities with full access to my locked vehicle, leaving me messages on my drivers seat, messing with my mirrors. It’s nuts. To anyone following my long term story, I’d say stay away from certain truths, from publishing conspiracy topic info, for example, unless you work for someone who provides armed protection.

      According to one message left, I think they feel they are righteous in walking with the Lord. Was the trigger that thing I published about the Flavian hypothesis? People take religion as deadly serious. Anyway, with my current view of the universe as a simulation, God exists and is listening.

      1. That’s frightening. Some individuals are so indoctrinated that they resort to all sorts of crazy to preserve their beliefs. It’s sad that religion has been twisted from serving as a good example to the justification for all types of evil against non-believers (in the name of whoever t they’re serving.) Report it and stay safe.

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