on faith, science, and the cosmos

All of us have faith. We must, because no human can prove an absolute truth. Faith allows us to function: faith in the sunrise, faith that other souls exist. But we cannot know that any of it is as it seems. We cannot even find the ends of the universe, much less the rules that apply for the beings within it.

Helix Nebula As Seen By Hubble and the Cerro Toledo Inter-American Observatory

Source: hubblesite.org

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are you there, God? it’s me, Anger

Dear God: Stop it.

I had a handle on things until You pushed me again. I’m human, okay?! I can’t deal with all this. Didn’t You know this pain would break me?

I did. I knew this before the stars were sprinkled in the sky.

If You knew everything, why did You allow this to happen? I thought being a child of God would be blissful. Instead, I am wandering in the desert trying to find peace. Continue reading