posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 02:29 PM
Excuse my poor skills at writing an intelligent post in English, I've had a bit to drink, and 3 hours of Jehovah's witnesses "studying" the bible with
me, results in me being a bit exhausted by now
Being raised in an atheist home, who hated the law, government and every source of "control". I'm trying to do the most crazy thing: I'm trying to
find God among the many (many,many) religions that are - everywhere.
I'm willing to listen for hours (and many more) to anyone who claim to have found God.....And I do...
But honestly, the more I listen and the more I learn (about the people behind the message), I begin to see a very clear pattern, here's what most of
the people have in common:
- The society I live in practice this religion.
- I was born into in the religion.
- someone I liked practiced the religion before me.
Most of the time, the people I speak to are somewhat peer-pressured into a religion.
IF God is to be found. If ultimate truth is to be found, isn't it a bit strange that most did not really go that far away from their own neighborhood
to find it?
Honestly (no I don't have an awesome finish to my post) isn't it just a bit too easy to find God?
edit on 27-12-2012 by iamdavid
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