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Cosmic Philosopher

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According to the American Psychological Association (APA), a strong and passionate belief in a deity or higher power, to the point where it impairs one’s ability to make conscientious decisions about common sense matters, will now be classified as a mental illness. The controversial ruling comes after a 5-year study by the APA showed devoutly religious people often suffered from anxiety, emotional distress, hallucinations, and paranoia. The study stated that those who perceived God as punitive was directly related to their poorer health, while those who viewed God as benevolent did not suffer as many mental problems. The religious views of both groups often resulted in them being disconnected from reality. Dr. Lillian Andrews, professor of psychology, stated, “Every year thousands of people die after refusing life-saving treatment on religious grounds.   Cosmic said:   But who do you know call the murderers of the Japanese people at Hiroshima and Nagasaki crazy...aha! Now tell us; are we the offspring of African Polytheistic people, with a religion established to contextually explain the workings of nature, and fact of our existence; or are we offspring of people born 1700 years ago? What makes us crazy; is when the brain switch from the naturally sensed thought and corresponding coherent behavior; to unnatural perception of pertaining to coherency. The brain is complex and people with some DiGeorge syndrome defect, can operate with wrong understanding of essential civil concepts. It is our coherent world history of human civilization, which tells us who we are, not revelation bible, dreams or visions. We have to distinguish between words which carry delusional messages; from those adopting us to life as fools with minds affected by the DiGeorge syndrome.