posted on Mar, 22 2016 @ 06:57 AM
a reply to: TheFatedOutsider
When I was a little child I would lay up at night and literally spend hours contemplating the existence of God, never having a beginning. And the
further I would go back, I would just have to go back more, infinity, until the time of the universe is but a trivial nonexistence. And still I would
have to keep going back until my mind couldn't comprehend it any further.
Then like you stated, I've wondered what must go on in his mind and realize there is no way to even begin to contemplate it. I imagine thoughts going
around in his mind like the quantity of the stars in our galaxy all at once in a single instant as if it was just one thought. Imagine all those stars
just beaming and lighting, each one a thought rushing by so fast that if you blinked you wouldn't notice them and already new ones have formed. And
that happens, perhaps on even a grander scale, I don't know really.
But when I look at how everything is ordered, all of the detail there is to the universe, the laws of the universe, and nature, the laws of nature,
and how it all coalesces together in a beautiful sympathy that culminates in life, and the human brain it is all just mind-blowing.
Then I am reminded of this proverb: He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has even put eternity in their heart; yet mankind will never find
out the work that the true God has made from start to finish. Ecc 3:11.