"If" there is a G-d, it is apparent that we are not required to find G-d, because there is no trace to be found.
That leads me to believe that we are looking for something that is already right in front of us that we are too human to see.
Or maybe there is nothing, and if nothing, then how do we know that even "We" exist?
Thank you for your kind words and for making me feel welcome on you blog on "actions speak louder than words" peace and blessings to you, annie
Haven't had a chance to check your treatise out, Neomonist, but look forward to doing so soon.
Namchuck, I would like your opinion of my post about transliteration in my journal Theobabble
Just wanted to stop by and tell you that I really enjoy your posts!
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Thanks for the add. I was wowndering by any chance if you've read God is not Great by Christopher Hitchens. It's an interesting read about how we as individuals must embrace science if we are ever to broaden our horizons and fully understand the world around us. He also hits on key factors about how religion while it may be a blessing at times can sometimes also be a curse. Religion can indeed posion everything if religion is our only teacher. History has taught us that we must be weary of its influence in society. I don't believe that believing in something or a higher power is necessarily a bad thing or a good thing it all depends on the believer. We may never be able to fully agree on religious terms, but it is more important that we learn to acknowledge and accept our differences and learn from them.
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Howdy Namchuck, stopped by to let you know how much I enjoy your posts. They ring true to my ears. There is MY truth, YOUR truth, and only when applied to an OBJECTIVE truth will all three of these coincide.
And then there are the times when all 3 versions of TRUTH will be completely different. :D
The problem with this question is, which 'God' is being referred to? My 'Dictionary of the Gods' lists literally thousands of them.