Thursday, June 16, 2005


We do no believe in immortality because we can not prove it, but we try to prove it because we cannot help believing it. Indeed, the instinctive feeling that it is ture is one of the deepest proofs of its ture. When God wishes to carry a point with His children, He plants the idea in their instinctive. The instinct for immortality is of such universality that it can hardly be met with indifference by the universe. What we deeply long for, what we deeply feel, must surely reflect a basic fact of existence.


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