This is great… something I have been thinking about for quite a while, since I am now 70 and I know my days are numbered. Of course I am trying to live them as best I can: I have consecrated my life to God…. but I am calm and peaceful at the thought of dying, because I am looking forward to being with my Love at last. My father, in contrast–who is an atheist–is in very poor health and quite unhappy, yet he is clinging to a life that hardly seems worth it, because he foresees nothing after death. I feel deeply sorry for him, but he continues to maintain that religion is the main cause of all the strife on earth, and God does not exist. You know what? Even if I am WRONG, I would rather live the way I do than the way he does. +
That is an awesome testimony… thanks for sharing. I really like the phrase that even if I am wrong, it is still worth believing. Thanks
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