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AnisJ
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We modern mankind consider ourselves as "Homo Sapiens" .... the 'kow it all' type of human being ...... but there are more types of mankind:
  • Homo Ludens : 'playing mankind',
  • Homo Economicus : 'trading mankind',
  • Homo 'Computerus' Emoticon: Clown 'computer using mankind (??)'; but there is also
  • Homo Religiosus ; 'religious related' mankind.

    The game to play 'Homo Religiosus' is a game symbolised by two/2 animals:
    a sheep and a horse .





  • The sheep for Christians ........
  • The horse for Islamists/Muslims ........
    The argument to choose for these animals is, because these animals represent common animals for traditional (European) Christians as for traditional (Arabian) Islamists/Muslims ....... the only rule is that we have to keep friendly in 'playing' the game ..... the game is a very flexible, cause it exists of 'arguments' and 'counter-arguments' ............. to give an example:

  • Horse can say: "I am taller then you sheep, I 'overlook' things ......

  • Sheep say: "Do not pride 'overule' you mr. Horse, I maybe small but I rather stick to the ground and face facts in 'real-life' ......"

    "It is not my intention to offend 'religious mankind' ......."
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    Placed by Jeroen @ 31-03-2006 17:38



  • 'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    AnisJ
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    Argument Horse : "I am able to transport mankind everywhere ....."


    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    AnisJ
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    Argument Sheep : "I provide mankind wool for warm clothing, to 'overcome' coldness ..... "


    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    sascha
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    Wonder which animals represent Homo Atheistos and Homo Humanistos?
    Emoticon: Puh!



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    On 04-04-2006 11:29 sascha wrote:
    Wonder which animals represent Homo Atheistos and Homo Humanistos?
    Emoticon: Puh!

    Emoticon: Bye bye Emoticon: Yes!



    AnisJ
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    Do you feel discriminated ??? Emoticon: Yes! Emoticon: Yes!
    "Make your own game ..... go Jance, go ....... Emoticon: Bye bye Emoticon: Bye bye "



    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

    AnisJ
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    ".... is this game more 'manifest' by using animals as 'symbols' in the 'religion debat .........."


    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'

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    Islam is represented by horse? Why not goat or camel?
    Buddha can be represented by "Swan" or "Dove".



    Find out the real face of Islam, read www. faithfreedom.org

    Nemesis
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    Christians have something with fish.


    Amore, more, ore, re, probantur amicitiae. Si hoc legere scis nimium eruditiones habes.

    AnisJ
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    Go ahead make your 'conversation dialogues' .....


    'Ahu kura ahia, mansia nia'


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