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Don't Be So Sure That You'll Never Be Sure

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Posted by Michael Levine on July 17, 2003 19:31:08 UTC

I think this proves there is NO hope of ever learning and accepting the "truth" even if God himself wrote it out for you and then explained it in simple terms.

Do you ever, even for a moment, doubt that you exist? Are you convinced, with all your heart and all your might, that it's an absolutely true fact that you exist?

If that is the case, then I have a question: who told you that?

For the rest of eternity (if there is an eternal afterlife) you'll be asking yourself, "is this real or imagined?"

That is not how it works. What is real is that which allows you to imagine. Maybe you will never know what it is, but you can rest assured, for a whole eternity, that it is out there, somewhere.

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