4 Oct 2007

There is not a greater truth that is not also a simple truth. Remember that God confounds the wisest, that which is plain to the children. For all the complexity of man’s knowledge, he has most trouble with the simple things: Why am I? What is the world? How shall I live? The meaning of life escapes us all, and one suspects that those who know it best of all are the ones who never ask what it might be. These are not paradoxes, merely the real that is stranger than any fiction: what else could we expect from a God who is love? We will never understand something so simple, always misinterpreting the miracle: ask and it shall be given to you, knock and it shall be opened….

posted by John H. Doe @ 12:01 am

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