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When I die... Is God real?

24 September 2021, Mondji
When I die... Is God real?

I don't know if God exists or not. On the day of my death, I just hope that God will say to me, “Now you know!” Even if I don't believe it ...

“When I look at the sky at night, and all these little dots sparkle up there, and the wind coming from nowhere blows gently on my cheeks, I cannot help but feel tiny, and what have doubted on what I am, on the nature of all this, and I cannot deny that doubt, it is entrenched, it clings somewhere deep inside me.

The theme of the existence of God can be understood in two different ways.

God exists and I accept that I can neither understand nor explain it and that I can only know him if he wants to make himself known to me.

God does not exist and I am obliged to believe that I exist by chance, thanks to an evolutionary process which, miraculously, starting from nothing leads to a masterpiece, by constantly violating the fundamental laws of science and simple common sense.

Man is limited and cannot explain everything. Okay, but that’s not a proof!

God wants us to believe in Him without seeing it... Personally, it is my principle to believe only what I see.

There are only two ways, one leads to paradise, its geographical map appears in the Commandments of God, and the other leads to hell; its geographical map is traced as the individual relies on it. What his head suggests and advances in life by rejecting the Commandments of God!

When one sees the amount and the extent of evil in the world, it is legitimate to have doubts. If it exists, God is incapable or lazy because He cannot have strong enough reasons to allow the magnitude and diversity of the evils that exist on Earth. However, in the world, it seems that the good wins since in spite of the difficulties of life, people generally agree that life is worth living, and when things go wrong, they tend to look to the future and hope that things will get better.

I don't know if God exists or not. On the day of my death, I just hope that God will say to me, “Now you know!” Even if I don't believe it ...”
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