One note about love, as I perceive it: Love is so simple, we’ll never understand it. And a potentially mind-blowing concept would be that it is simpler than nothing. Why there is something instead of nothing may be seen because of that imagination. One might wonder how such a thing is possible, but kabbalists already hold that the true God, whom they refer to as En Sof (the endless), does not exist in the way that we think of existence being. Connecting the dots, this is what conjecture that we come up with. Such radical simplicity, which we will never fully comprehend the subtlety.

To those who say they do not believe in the Resurrection because there have been other mythological tales of ones rising from the dead by their own wills: there have been myths throughout history, if we look, that became actual works when technology caught up to the idea. What I posit is that there were stories about people coming back from the dead (on their own, not raised by another), but Jesus Christ was the only one who had the technology to actually make it happen. Only God in man’s form, only the Son of God had the capability of defeating death. And perhaps we even have the proof, if the Shroud of Turin is the record of the Resurrection itself. (Embrace the strange.)

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