Is there such a thing as absolute skepticism? You’re not even curious about the coming of days when your blue whale friend offers to give you a brief ride, or the Amur leopard walks up to your cottage and greets you by rubbing his back against your leg?
Isaiah 11:6-7 The Stone Edition “The wolf will live with the sheep and the leopard will lie down with the kid; and a calf, a lion whelp and a fatling [will walk] together, and a young child will lead them. A cow and bear will graze and their young will lie down together; and a lion like cattle, will eat hay.”
It doesn’t matter, but it helps to wonder if something magnificent is with us, and will be amongst us for all eternity. The reason is hope, because as painful the world is, will someday cease. So have a little optimism about the things to come, as God promised peace on earth forevermore.
Isaiah 2:4 The Stone Edition “He will judge among the nations, and will settle the arguments of many peoples. They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; nation will not lift sword against nation and they will no longer study warfare.”
Perhaps, that’s also a reference to me, as I don’t want terrible strife amongst people anymore, and of course God promised the annihilation of weapons.
Did true atheism ever exist? So, you never wondered even for a millisecond? It’s possible, but who cares, right? God will show you “he” isn’t a venting, bitter madman, yet is about love and kindness, which is the essence of it all.