Ok, so I know this question is under the wrong topic but there's no area for philosophy questions on here. Anyways, some people say that faith & reason are two different things but in the English language, there's several words that mean the same thing but are just spelled differently. They say that without any logical reason or evidence, there's no such thing as faith. But my thing is there doesn't have to be a reason or explanation for everything. Why can't we just be? The most wonderful things in life cannot be fully understood by the human mind but deep down we know those things are real even though they're intangible.
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It's similar to how do you know if something is right if there is no wrong, or how do you know what happiness is without feeling sadness? However, you can faith without reason. Many rational and logical people will criticize people who have faith. To have faith is to believe that someone who is less capable or a really high improbability will happen. Reason assumes based on the fact A and B, C will occur. It's gut feeling versus evidence. Sometimes having faith in something could be considered irrational.1