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I meant this slightly differently as you might imagine.

You and I aren't just numbers to which probabilities will apply or not. If there's just a remote possibility out there that the experience of something that is not provable or measurable to your satisfaction but that contains a truth of life and death, then it's worth being examined IMO.

The challenge for someone like you is, though, that there's no way to examine it from a distance, applying rational reasoning only, or looking for scientific proof. Faith doesn't explore from the outside but invites you to go through the experience and discover from within.

The weight of just a small probability of finding something worth to be found, shifts as you learn of people who have been there and found. The statistically measurable probability becomes a plausible reality that can be ignored, with some effort but it cannot be denied.

The plausible reality that I'm speaking of is the existence of one loving God.

by Lily (put - lilyalmond - here <a> yahaah.france) on Wed Oct 27th, 2010 at 04:54:18 PM EST
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