When God and Starbucks Collide…

A lady is angry at Starbucks and refuses to visit the stores anymore because of this….

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  1. “As cognitive beings, why would we ask something that may well be a figment of our imaginations for guidance? Why not search inside ourselves for the power to overcome?” a snippet of the quote from the cup…

    Doesn’t the author of this quote contradict himself in these two sentences. He seems incensed that people would ask a figment of their imagination for guidance. In his view God is a product of their on mind. Yet the answer he offers is to search insides ones self for answers! So really he is accusing him of doing the very thing he then instructs them to do, am I right?

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