It all “just happened”? You might find, that if you do not hold that there is an ultimate purpose to the universe, that’s where your line of reasoning ends up. Oh, there are scientific reasons why such things are as they are? Why is it like that, then? We may discover that this is the only way that any universe may work. Why? Why should that be the case? People like to think of alternatives to the way things are, and believe they know better than God what should be tweaked, and what things should be outright different, than how things are. Well, I have thoughts on what alternatives there are to your explanations of things. A different metamatrix, let us say. Things that should be tweaked, and are downright different than a purely materialistic view of how and why things are. Beware pride.

Once you trust the right things, you have got the key to what is true, and what is real. You trust that you exist, and it is right to do so, for reality works in no other way, as far as you can possibly tell. From there you can tell that you exist in the body you must inhabit, because this is the way you have learned to exist, as far back as your memory goes. (Even further, probably.) Then you believe in the physical world, for it works in a way consistent with how you observe things, and there have been things you learned about it that is consistent with that. So far so good. You trust certain things, now, that you have only been told about, but they are consistent with how you have observed things work. Now, do you believe in miracles? Because everything is a miracle. Trust that, and you’re set. Because now you believe in love.

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