When I was a kid, before I was taught about God, whenever I wanted a situation to go my way I always -metaphorically speaking- looked up to the sky and asked an invisible presence to let things go my way, I would say things like "please" or "just this once". I always knew there was a correlation to the faith that I had in a higher intelligence and the outcome of a situation. And I always noticed a trend, whenever I had a humble attitude towards the situation, it always ended up my way. As I got older I got into things like the law of attraction and karma, a lot of times they would call this mysterious "judge" or "conductor of events" the universe or universal consciousness, but I always knew it was more of a relationship with a higher presence. Reading a lot of new age books, I grew up, and worked on things like conquering my fears and developing more positive outlooks, and I noticed that things started to go my way more often, and my faith in God grew stronger.
Has anyone else ever experienced anything like this? Even if you're an atheist?
And do you find it offensive when an atheist claims "there's no evidence"? Just because they can't see the evidence, doesn't mean someone else can't. And it doesn't mean they can shove it down people's throat as fact.
It just seems like they don't want to play by anyone's rules, but they want us to play by theirs. Lol
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There isn't really evidence in science but we take it as fact. Which is weird considering that a lot of scientist are atheist themselves. I personally believe in God. Some people put their faith or say their faith in science but there have been numerous things in science that were taken as fact only to be dis-proven years later.2