Voxx66 wrote:A few notes: I believe time is in may ways, an illusion. This complicates things. And I shudder at the possibility of Nietzsche's nightmare: the Eternal Recurrence. He feared that the Universe is a process that repeats itself eternally and everything we have done and been will occur again and again. This disturbed him (and now me ha) greatly. As for my hopes, I think I will quote a crazy musician instead of a better known philosopher: "When this is over, I want to sleep."
What I think about God is that he sees each of us in exactly this way. I believe he grieves with each of us, and that we are not alone in our suffering. I believe that he hears all of our prayers, but for whatever reason, a reason we do not have the capacity to understand, our will is not always his will. I firmly believe though that his will is for our perfect peace, and that at the end of the day, when our time has come, we will somehow be able to see how it all made sense, how our suffering was both temporal and temporary. How there is no grief and no death that Heaven cannot heal.
Users browsing this forum: CarolN36 and 3 guests