posted on Sep, 24 2014 @ 06:27 PM
Well I can understand the feeling when I step outside at night and look at the stars and wonder wha'ts out there. THAT's the 'miracle' to me,
including everytihng not understood well on Earth.
But what's the word 'miracle' mean to me? It just means something incomprehensible to me. It doesn't mean we'll never understand. It doesn't mean
there's a God or a afterlife.
Tell me. What's the miracle when a person dies from Aids in Africa amidst genocide, rape and various other horrors? What's the miracle when a 3 year
old dies from terminal illness? What's the miracle when a growing child is deformed and their skin literally bleeds 24/7 and they live in physical
pain their whole brief life? There're so many other examples it's very discouraging.
I want to see the 'miracle' in all this, but all I see are some painful or malovent things, some joyous things, some fun things and some
incomprehensible things. I don't see divinity in this.
This is one of those places where I tend to differ from the norm. I think most normal people embrace your message. I'd like to, but cant. Maybe I
analyze too much or can't have that deep emotional connection you do. I know that feeling of Wow(!)
, but it's not the same as what you're
describing here I think.
I'm not spiritual
. Not as optimistic. The universe might be good or bad. Sometiems I thinkj it's bad. Sometimes I think it's ok. I think I tend
to move between bad and bittersweet, not ever good.
edit on 24-9-2014 by jonnywhite because: (no reason given)