Earl McRae

Shreveport, Louisiana

I believe that we are organic machines. And when we die, that's it. There is no afterlife. We cease to exist. Our consciousness fades into nothingness. This is harsh. But my existential self allows me to live this life to the fullest. It's up to you to give life meaning, not "god." Or a concept of "god." Man couldn't bear the thought of dying. God is man's response to the ultimate superiority of nature. Let's get back to humanism. Holiness will drive you to hate sin and love sinners. Self righteousness will drive you to hate sinners and excuse your own sin.

  • Work
    • United States Army
  • Education
    • Bossier High School
    • University of Louisiana at Monroe
    • Louisiana State University in Shreveport