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What do I believe? 
7th-Dec-2013 11:46 pm
I had a dream a few days ago, and I’m still thinking about it.



I dreamed that I was on the edge of death and still wasn’t sure what I believed in, and I didn’t like that. So right when I was on the edge of death, I saw the face of God and told everyone around me that I was gonna be okay.

But that dream just makes me so sad because I don’t want to die without something to believe in… I wanna have someone that I 100% believe is gonna happen to me after life that isn’t death. And then I hear stories, like at this guy’s funeral, someone told a story about how he said “God told me I was gonna have a sister when I turned 6” and then he ended up having a little sister when he turned 6. And I just think… how can there be stories like this and there not be a God of some sort?

I just don’t know what to believe in, and I don’t like that. I wanna die having something I believe in. But you can’t force yourself into a Religion, it has to be genuine, so I just don’t know. *sigh* :(

Bible, Love Never Fails, Christianity, Religion
Comments 
8th-Dec-2013 06:27 pm (UTC)
*hugs*
9th-Dec-2013 02:20 am (UTC)
*hugs back*
17th-Jan-2014 06:49 pm (UTC) - You can't force yourself to believe.
Good point, but you can simply not give up trying and by persisting- win the area!
17th-Jan-2014 08:07 pm (UTC) - Re: You can't force yourself to believe.
I'm not giving up. I'm trying hard to discover what my religion is.
17th-Jan-2014 09:12 pm (UTC) - Re: You can't force yourself to believe.
Good for you, but religion is basically a 'moral code for seeing the world', it's what someone is tought to believe regarding the next life... not nessessarily what someone Wants to believe!
I myself am a Roman Catholic, loyal to the teachings of the Catholic Church... It defines what I believe regarding the Next life and all beings thereof! There is also 'spirituality', I call that "the towns around the city of religion"- without religion, spirituality is simply a developed reagon undefended and ready for Anybody to settle (this could include the Evil One- and you don't want 'him' in your life), without the developments around the city, the city is 'handycapped', and not able to produce enough to support itself, and may go into uprising. See the anology?
Neither is good, but the city is more important than the towns, thereby religion is more important than spirituality- but spirituality helps religion if it is propperly set up.
Glad you wrote back so promptly.
-Vantiri.
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