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Posted by Neo on June 23, 2000 04:06:03 UTC

What is miracle ?. Miracle is something impossible. Why can something be impossible ?. Everything is possible, but our knowledge and habit say something is possible or not. 1+1=2. It is impossible become 4. Who says that ? the brain. It is impossible that boiling water is cold. Who says that ? Our sense. It is impossible that sun rises from the north, because it rises from the east everyday. It is just a usual.
Our senses deceive us. They are so limited. They can only hear, see, and feel in a certain range.
Most of us donít believe in Ghosts because we canít see them. Ghosts may be real in other dimension, we canít see them.
ďAll that I see, hear, taste, smell and touch are the creation of my mindĒ (Nikos Kazantzakis)
Now, the miraclesÖ
Jesus revived a dead man. It is a miracle. Is this just a story ? No, it was real. We are very much lack of knowledge. Reviving a dead man could happen, we just donít know how.
Mohammad went to the 7th sky in one night by buraq, a very very fast tool. Is this just a story ? No, now we know that velocity of light is not the fastest. Someday weíll find the velocity of the buraq. Many more miracles. They are not impossible. You donít believe in God ? Donít say that know, you just donít know instead of not believe.

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