Logic

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*From the Archives* Part 2

This is part one of me sharing blog posts from back in the day. I've actually been blogging since about 2007 under this same blog name; Random Bites of a Sweet Life (started out on blogspot) and I have all my old posts saved. I'll randomly share an old post from the archives here for old times' sake.

Here's one from September 3, 2010:


"I'm a logical person. I analyze everything. I make practical decisions. I question all things.


If something doesn't make sense, it's not true. And if I can't make sense of something, I will question the life out of it. People tell me I should have been a lawyer because I will interrogate someone about something I don't understand, so long, they feel like they're on the witness stand in a courtroom. Ok, so I'm exaggerating, but I always get to the bottom of things using logic. That's just the way I am.


I'm not sure if I have always been this way, but I know I haven't always been this extreme with it. It wasn't until late in life that I stopped accepting things at face value. That I disbelieved everything that I couldn't prove.

But I believe in a God I can't see.

In my youth I believed things that my rational mind wouldn't let me believe now. Because of that belief, I have had experiences that cannot be denied, and they make me believe. Make me trust in an all powerful Being that controls the universe, created all things, can make miracles happen, and can be everywhere at the same time. When put this way, these things sound unreal, but I believe them to be true. I hold to a faith that cannot be shaken.

Had certain things not happened to me when they did, I couldn't logically believe to the extent that I do about the existence of God or anything related to God. But I am at the place now that I can't see any logical reason not to."

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