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Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Misc_: Angel Manifestation

My long time friend from school Kate has started her very own blog on Angels. She is an expert on how she believes Angels can help with your day to day life. Her alternative take on life is refreshing.

I am a natural born liberal non-committal agnostic. I don't believe that anyone has ever proved or ever can prove that a religious entities like God, Angels, the Devil, spirits, etc can exist, however, I am not an atheist - I cannot rule out the possiblity that they are there (nobody can). So here I sit in the middle.

From talking to Kate and reading her first entry I can say one thing. The idea of Angel manifestation simply embodies faith and above all hope. It allows people to displace the bad feelings and worries in their life to a higher power. You cannot control many elements of your life, but it is very difficult not to worry about them, to have faith that a more powerful caring entity will take these worries away from you and maybe make things better for you is a lovely idea. The upshot of having this belief is a positive attitude, and if more people had that then we would be living in a better world.

So let's here it for the Angels and I wish Kate the best of luck with her up and coming fair - read all about Kate and get advice on Angels here - http://angels.kitt.net

4 Comments:

At 3:07 PM, Blogger Dave Pearson said...

however, I am not an atheist - I cannot rule out the possiblity that they are there (nobody can)

Atheism isn't characterised by saying "there is no <supernatural entity>", it's characterised by not having a belief in them. Moreover, atheist and agnostic aren't part of the same axis ? they're not mutually exclusive positions.

 
At 4:14 PM, Blogger KiTT said...

Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't necessarily proposing atheism as a mutually exclusive option to agnosticism. I was just simply commenting that on this issue I am influenced by me agnostic tendencies and that I am not an atheist. Good to hear from you again Dave! Nice to know somebody is reading my mindless ramblings :)

 
At 4:31 PM, Blogger Dave Pearson said...

Sure thing. The point really is that you don't have to be an atheist to "rule them out" ? the burden of proof is on those who assert that they exist.

And, yes, you've got at least one regular reader of your ramblings. I don't think they're "mindless" though ? child-addeled perhaps, but not mindless. ;)

 
At 4:40 PM, Blogger KiTT said...

child-addeled is my middle name (when it isn't Danger) - Thanks for reading - having a few readers that keep popping in makes this kind of technology worthwhile.

 

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