Love and God
Not so long ago I wrote a small poem, titled Y.... Have you seen love (click-able)
cannot be seen, it cannot be heard, it cannot be touched and yet if we
ask anyone, does love exist, they will answer, sure it does. We have no
problems believing in love since we can feel it. One could ask: but love
is created by humans, without humans there would be no love? Quite a
superfluous thought, no one knows whether love would exist without human
existence; there are so many humans in the world.
Similarly to love, no one can see, hear or touch God. And even
though this is not different from love, many more people will take this
as a reason not to believe in God. This is logical for those who have
never felt the presence of God. People who consciously or unconsciously
exclude spirituality from their lives and choose to a live a life purely
based on 5 senses actually miss out on a whole dimension of life and
true enough they do not experience God. Those who choose to lead a
spiritual life or make spirituality part of their life will experience
God and the existence of God becomes as tangible as the existence of
love.... I think I am explaining too much here, perhaps we should let
poetry speak for itself ...
For those believing only in our 5 senses, these 5 tend often not
to be too reliable: think about rainbows, horizons, wet streets on sunny
days, etc. Read also the transcendentalist by RW Emerson.