reply to post by kmb08753
It's fascinating how 'believer and non-believer' think in two opposite way. You remind me of one of my very good friend, god knows how many times we
talked about life and its mysteries, which he enjoyed, but I couldn't really get him to acknowledge the presence of surnatural to life. He believes in
energy and in conservation of it, but not in an after life whatsoever.
I respect your view my friend and understand when you say you need to have proofs for something to believe in it. But I ask you, what if it were one
of the major purpose of life to find back our way home, even if it's believing in something we cannot really see and understand with our own 5
physical senses? A very important goal to remember all by ourselves what we really are? A challenge of some sort, an incredibly tough one.
Although I cannot prove there is something surnatural after death to anyone, because the only proof I have comes from within myself, I can certify to
you there is more to beings and nature than just complex physical mechanisms. I've come to realize we all have the answers to life right within
ourselves. Sometimes you just need the right real life situation to unlock it. The most mysterious truths of life are all to be found in the soul. You
cannot understand everything that exists in this whole universe with the only use of your mind. It is very powerful but its actual function is to
observe and think. This is why science always fails considerably when it does fail because it inhibits one particular aspect of life and its believing
in something you cannot see. It's alright for science, because it's its main purpose to prove and understand things with 'undiscutable' experiments.
However, one cannot only base his view and comprehension of the world in the hands of science, because it is only one side of the coin. One also need
spirituality to be balanced.
We are living in a very fascinating period in the human history because it is the first time he decided not to believe in more than he could see.
Before this whole advancement in technology, mankind always believed in something greater than him, a creator, an ultimate source of energy. Of
course, it has also been biased so many times through history, but that doesn't mean everything was false. Science is the new religion.
I find it very ironic to see both how much we understand about the universe today compared to before technology was created and also how so little we
really know in the end.
Just a little advice mate, but you need to shut down the mind to really see through the soul's eyes. Have you really had a time, even once, when you
were just looking at life and people without even thinking about anything, with no mental activity in the head for 5 consecutives minutes? Not too
many times I guess, eh? That's normal in this society, that's how everyone is nowadays. But it is not the only truth of life thinking.
There is something else, and when you stop thinking, then you see how magnificient and surnatural life really is.
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