I often ask myself why it seems so scary to challenge our own. Reality doesn’t care whether we believe this or that, so what is the big deal about having to believe in something. And why do we flick this questioning off as ridiculous?
Why are we so afraid of not knowing?
Every time we believe in something… anything really… we make up a reality. (Does that sound strange?) If we are making it up then it can’t be anything but.
- an erroneous mental presentation
- something many people believe that is wrong
A lot of scientifically minded people would smile and say that theiris based on fact and not illusion.
A lot of people of thewould smile and say that their world view is based on fact and not illusion.
- a thing that is indisputably the case
- a truth about events as opposed to interpretation
How far are you personally willing to go in order to find the truth? Or are you happy to live in a made up blob of make belief?
If we look at a couple of essential observations, then you can see what I am pointing at.
Most religions believe that there is only one creator. This creator created good/holy. Who created bad/evil? If there is only One, then there cannot be ‘other than’. There cannot be two ore more. Eithercreated evil or God is not allmighty.
Most scientists believe in the substance of. But the whole concept of matter as something either solid or stable disappears if you look closely enough at it. So maybe, if matter is not really there in the way we think it is, just maybe matter is not all there is. And maybe the way we think the Universe is, is not the way it really is.
Are we ready to look at reality without preconceived ideas and beliefs?
What are we afraid of?