Get Used to It

One of the books I am reading right now is called “Beyond Einstein”.  It covers the basics of physics and then goes into the string theory, the latest theory in the physics world which unifies all that is into the basic principle of strings.  I won’t go into that right now but I am going to refer to a quote about mathematics I read.  A physicists is quoting having said that concerning mathematics, one never understands, one simply gets used to it.  (Not exact quote).

This statement really jumped out of the page at me, not because of my interest in mathematics but because of my constant need to understand God.  Unless I am destined to become one of the rare beings on this earth to become enlightened, I will probably never fully understand God, therefore all I can do is get used to this empty space of understanding, and (here’s that word again) live off of faith.  I don’t have to have faith in something I completely understand, I must simply have faith that a divine power is in our midst and also have faith in matters of life I know merge with this divine power.  Such as living a life full of love, compassion, gratefulness, and living each day motivated to cocreate with the power of God.

Referring back to my previous entry, I do not think it’s my role in life at this moment to believe beyond a doubt in my full recovery.  I’m going to leave this responsibility to my father and whoever else wishes to do so.  In the meantime I will try my hardest to live a life full of the things I know brings me peace and emits vibrations of love into the cosmos.  If I give to the universe, the universe will give back through the beauty of miracles in whatever shape or form they are destined to be.  Miracles have and will continue to occur in my life.

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5 Responses to Get Used to It

  1. Patricia says:

    Beautiful and inspiring! -patti

  2. Shannon says:

    Hey Colin,Sorry if I misinterpreted your last entry…yeah, it did kind of sound like you were a bit down. But Im glad to hear that wasnt the case. You will do what is best for you…if you dont feel it is your time to have that "without a doubt" belief, then it isnt your time. But I will still be sending positive vibes your way!Resisting a good hump…LOL. Im glad I keep you laughing! Take care!Shannon

  3. Colin says:

    Shannon,Do you think I should have that "without a doubt" belief? I know you\’re not in my shoes but do believe this would be the healthiest path to take as well as the most effective for recovery?Colin

  4. Colin says:

    *typo*do you believe

  5. Shannon says:

    Colin,I cant say what you should or should not believe. Like you said, I am not in your shoes. Me personally, it is hard to have that \’without a doubt\’ belief about a lot of things…I always tend to let a negative thought or two slip in (thats just me). You have to do what is best for you. I hope my comment did not come across as sounding like I was telling you what I think you should do! 🙂 I wasnt saying that you SHOULD have that \’without a doubt\’ belief…just acknowledging what you had said about perhaps it is not your time for that mindset. Shannon

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