It would feel good to be able to say that last part, but since we humans are no strangers to illusion, I can't even fully trust what I see to be an accurate representation of what it truly is at its fundamental level. It will always be through my limited and motivationally skewed perception.
@Sonorous I agree with that to some extend.
In what ways do you disagree? I like hearing different perspectives on this stuff
@Sonorous The trust part. There are of course things we perceive to be one way when in reality they're totally different or slightly different but that only applies to people in general. If I have an understanding on the thing that I see then it doesn't matter whether or not the thing I see is as it is or not. As long as I understand the factual truth behind it through science and logic. My sight only hints at the veiled truth if it is indeed veiled.When I say "I believe in what I can see" I refer to the process of seeing, learning and understanding what something is. Since God hasn't been proven to exist, I cannot believe it does. I'm an agnostic. I'm not denying God exists, I'm only acknowledging my lack of knowledge on the matter thus I cannot say God exists or doesn't.
Why do you believe this?
I believe God guides my life so much that I cannot ever deny He is real but I had to seek God for a long time before God provided me with regular evidence of His existence - Jesus told the pharisees they were backward cause they studied scriptures all day long but were unwilling to build their connection to God through fellowship and relationship and obedience to him - In other places Jesus said that you cannot claim genuine faith in God without emotional connection and inclusive connection with human beings who are created in the image of God
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