spirituality and sense of wonder
We are supposed to be made in gods image, where are our flashy extra parts? I wonder if a theist would ever get that little shiver of discovery if they really think hard on the human form, about how it is fit exactly as nature would have it in an imperfect manner on this planet. I say shiver of discovery, I don't know what you call it when thet feeling comes over you that says you have hit on something. This happened to me years ago but I still remember it well, in a way it's a humbling scary feeling but then it becomes clear and you are happy with knowing. I doubt a theist gets that at all /shrug* "god did it".
I got this feeling once while contemplaing how miniscule we are in the universe once, seems like I could almost grasp it but not quite. Our brains are simply not wired for it..yet.
I could almost see it correlating with "spirituality" strangely enough.
The only "extra parts" we have are fading remnants from our evolution, as if I need to mention that.
Faith is the word but next to that snugged up closely "lie's" the want.
"By simple common sense I don't believe in god, in none."-Charlie Chaplin