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God: Hello You called me.
I, Me, Myself: Called you? No. who is this?

G: This is God I heard your prayers. So I thought I will chat with you

IMM: sure, I pray. Just makes me feel good. Actually,am busy now. In the
midst of something, you now.

G: What are you busy with? Ants are busy too.

IMM: Don't know. But i can't find free time. Life has become hectic. It's
rush hour all the time.

G: sure activity gets you busy, productivity gets you results. Activity
consumes time. Productivity frees it.

IMM: But I still can't figure it out. By the way, I was not expecting YOU
to buzz me on instant messaging chat

G: Well. I wanted to help you resolve your fight for time by giving you
some clarity. I wanted to teach you through the medium you are comfortable with.

IMM: Tell me. why has life become so complicated?

G: Stop analysing life. Just live it. Analysis is what makes it

IMM: Why are we then constantly unhappy?

G: Your today is the tomorrow that you worried about yesterday. You are
worrying because the act if worrying has become a habit. That's why you are not

IMM: But how can we not worry when there is so much uncertainty

G: Uncertainty is inevitable, but worrying is optional.

IMM: but then, there is so much pain due to uncertainty.

G: Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional.

IMM: If suffering is optional, why do good people always suffer?

G: Diamonds cannot be polished without friction. Gold cannot be purified
without fire. Good people go through trials. With that experience their life
becomes better,not bitter.

IMM: You mean to say such experience is useful?

G: Yes. Experience is a hard teacher, though. She gives the test first and
the lessons afterwards.

IMM: But still, why should we go through such tests? Why can't we be free
from problems?

G: problems are purposeful roadblocks offering beneficial lessons to
enhance Mental Strength. Inner strength comes from struggle and endurance, not
when you are free from problems.

IMM: Frankly in the midst of so many problems, we don't know where we are

G: If you look outside you will not know where you are heading. Look
inside. Looking outside, you scream. Looking inside, you awaken. Eyes
provide sight, Heart provides insight.

IMM: Sometimes not succeeding fast seems to hurt more than moving in the
right direction.

G:Success is relative, quantified by others .Satisfaction is absolute,
quantified by you. Knowing the road ahead is more satisfying than knowing you
rode ahead.

IMM: Some times I ask, who am I, why am I here? I don't know the answers.

G: Seek not to find who you are, but to determine who you want to be. Stop
looking for a purpose as to why you are here. create it. Life is not a proccess
of discovery but a process of creation.

IMM: How can I get the best out of life?

G: Face your past without regret and live your present with confidence.
Prepare for the future without fear.

IMM: sometimes my prayers are not answered.

G: There are no unanswered prayers. At times the answer is NO.

IMM: Thank you for this wonderful chat. I'll try to be less fearful.

G: Keep the faith and drop the fear. Life is a mystery to solve, not a
problem to resolve. Life is wonderful if you know how to live.
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Why on earth did we need God to say that? I could have told someone all that myself and I'm not exactly divine.
Fundos really get on my nerves! Especially Sojourner :)

You think there is none, and you ignore the evidence that does exist -- and there is an abundance of it, historical and otherwise.
It's odd, isn't it? Scientists have been looking for any evidence of God over the last 300 years or so, many with the expectation that there would be something - if we can't observe God, you'd think that he'd at least leave some pretty clear signs that he's around. So far, not a shred of evidence has turned up.

And the search goes on. A recent study, involving Muslims, Christians and other faiths, studied on a large scale the impact that prayer had on the health of the sick. The result? It made no darn difference whatsoever!


It's equally odd how you claim there's "historical" evidence. Having studied Ancient History some time ago, I can tell you, for instance, that not one Roman Historian so much as mentions the events surrounding Jesus in the province of Judea from 0-33AD.

Another fact tof "historical" evidence is that it has to be treated with criticism and scepticism. If it doesn't stand up to the most rigid scrutiny, we're forced to discard it. The Bible as historical evidence, with this in mind, isn't worth much, especially when considering something so major as a belief in God - and a consequent eternal enlightenment or perpetual condemnation (the latter for me and Scattered, obviously).

So unless you can present some kind of evidence, besides just telling us it exists, I think a rational person is forced to conclude that either (A) God does not exist, or (B) God may exist and have created the universe, but since he hasn't left much evidence of himself or what he wants us to do he doesn't care how we act.

Neither conclusion leads to a faith in God, let alone one religion over another.
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Speaking of straw's the Cosmological Argument!

But let's suppose that it's proof of God for the moment. How do you get from a proof that a God created the universe to a belief that Christian faith is the universal doctrine of that God?
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