- Jan 17, 2018
Ohhhh ok, sorry, I didn't catch on to the lighthearted tone via text. Sorry!The last statement was more of a joke than any serious challenge, I apologize if it came across as otherwise lol
Anyway, itâ€™s not necessary for one to believe in a higher power for such a higher power to exist, imho. Most of my friends are atheists or agnostics - and itâ€™s perfectly fine. I will say that certain experiences in my own personal life have been proof enough for me, but it doesnâ€™t mean that anyone else has to believe in the existence of God/Divine consciousness.
In other words: you can choose to believe or not believe anything you want to, regardless of any proof or lack thereof. Itâ€™s all right.
Yeah, I know that kind of faith works for some people, but that's not really what I was saying though, I was just saying no one can prove you wrong but that doesn't mean it's proven right. Which you've clarified was lighthearted.