A lot of people tend to forget this, due to personal crises issues, is what I think. For me, I see this factor as a significant factor in life, and to be honest, it’s tough to please, but simple things like belief are essential.
Religion is what I want to talk about.
Hold down your horses though; I’m not going to talk about Islam or make any comparison between Abrahamic religions.
The talk is all about believing in God’s existence, believing in your heart and soul, the higher power that even though we can’t see, but we can feel.
Are the main things here, even though 3 of them are physical, yet one of them is something that we can’t see, but we can feel.
I may look religious, I may sound religion, but I see myself as not.
“ Too halal for haram people, to haram for halal people.”
I bet you read this somewhere here or there.
For some reason, since I’ve been young, I always tend to be more comfortable to sit with people who believe in God’s existence, even if they follow a different religion or no religion at all.
The whole beliefe just gives relief in my heart, and that what always makes me move forward.
The soul is a very dark matter, it’s like there, but you can’t see it, yet you can feel it. You could tell if someone has a kind soul deep down in them, or not. No matter how much differences we might have, yet when the soul connects, that’s everything you need.
“Always follow your heart.”
Isn’t that something we always hear?
But what if our hearts are not connected?
What if the brain, heart, soul, and body, do not connect with each other?
Each one of them acts on its own?
Isn’t that something we somehow all suffer from?
That's when for me, the thought of God’s existence gives me solitude.
How about you?
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