Why to people think there is a god, can you prove there is? I can’t say there is or isn’t, i have no proof either way.
Asked By: trmptguy56 1 hour ago
Posted by pukirahe Aug 22nd, 2012 at 4:03AM
I firmly believe in the One True God,
the Creator of all worlds. I can never think
or say the reverse, because the proof is quite evident.
I cannot prove His existence to you
as you cannot prove your existence to me.
Nobody can prove anything to another person.
Each individual can say that I have a mother,
but he cannot prove that he has a mother
to any one else.
In the past, human beings BELIEVE that
what they see is real; today they know that
it is not. The earth is not the fixed center of the universe.
What they claim to know by reason, by tradidion,
by intuition, by inspiration, by combination of all
those capacities are wrong.
Then what is truth for us to stick to?
Firstly, men cannot attain absolute truth.
As for relative truth, we base on sincere
agreement depending on individual experience.
Most people may agree that they have a mother;
but some people still cannot agree as in the case
of Adam, Christ, or orphans.
The number is smaller with things unknown to
physical experiences: love, justice, freedom.
But the number may reach billions about God
for those who live the religious life and cherish
the boundless love He bestows on them.
That is why religion – Faith in the One True God –
persists always in the living souls, not as blind masses,
but as pious individuals.
Reply by pegasuss Aug 22nd, 2012 at 12:22PM
Faith in the one God? You talk of course about only one religion, a minority one at that. All religions claim to have the true God. Indians claim hundreds, one for every purpose really. And all those Gods claimed are different, not the same one. Tell me why is it that in a war or a sporting event both leaders or coaches claim God is on their side? Can’t both be right, right? What is this crap about nobody can prove anything to anyone else. Total misguided bullshit. Some beliefs which were held as fact do change as science advances but at the time it was fact. For example my mother lived. Fact. She has since died. Fact. At both times it is a fact and true. Most people may agree they have a mother? Everyone had a mother moron. She may have died or left but they all had mothers else there would be no humans. Where do you get this shite from? Pious individuals. You talk of Christians again and I have to say I’ve never met one who practices the life as written in the Bible, you’ve broken Commandments with what you have written here. Denying mothers exist for some. For goodness sake, that’s a blatant lie and thou shalt NOT bear false witness. As too your lie about billions believing in your God. India doesn’t, nor do the majority of large Asian countries so billions is a way too many given the erosion of this delusion in the West. You say also people cannot agree on Adam, Christ or orphans. Adam is a fiction, as is Christ but who are these orphans that appear out of nowhere except your imagination. In a normal life everybody ends up as an orphan as parents tend to die before their children. Not always but mostly. I’m now, and finally, an orphan due to that process. Never read such opiniated crap in my life. Go back to watching the latest religious ranter on YV.
Reply by pukirahe Aug 22nd, 2012 at 5:02PM
Thanks for giving frankly, freely, abundantly your views.
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“That seeker must, at all times, put his trust in God,….
These are among the attributes of the exalted, and constitute the hall-mark of the spiritually-minded. They have already been mentioned in connection with the requirements of the wayfarers that tread the path of Positive Knowledge. When the detached wayfarer and sincere seeker hath fulfilled these essential conditions, then and only then can he be called a true seeker. Whensoever he hath fulfilled the conditions implied in the verse: “Whoso maketh efforts for Us,” he shall enjoy the blessings conferred by the words: “In Our Ways shall We assuredly guide him.”
(Baha’u’llah, Gleanings from the Writings of Baha’u’llah, p. 264)
We come here alone
Returning to God alone
With our own pure breath
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