I cannot imagine any objective finding that CO2 is a pollutant. If that's true, God is a polluter.
I thank God for not making me a computer scientist.
Whatever good fortune befalls you, attribute it to the gods.
Speak of the Gods as they are.
People like him think that they are god's gift to the world. What's worse, they are.
Art! Who comprehends her? With whom can one consult concerning this great goddess?
I have just discovered something I have always known: we can no more escape from one another than we can escape from God.
Beg God that I dont score a goal because Im gonna leave a stain on you.
Are you there God? It's Me, Margaret....
Behold, now, another providence of God. A ship comes into the harbor.
We are as gods and might as well get good at it.
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The eternal. The uncontained. Our own finitude stands stark against the unfathomably vast expanses of space, and the stretching deepness of time. To connect with that size and depth, to even try, is to invite both awe and terror. This is perhaps the heart of the mystical, to touch what is always out of reach. To mentally and spiritually connect with raw reality. Here lies the divine. It is in these depths that we may find meaning. We can see the chain of miracles that led from the origin of the universe through the formation of stars and planets, the formation of our own Earth, and the life upon it, through the epic of evolution, to the finite yet eternal miracle that is each and every one of us. The terrible, wonderful expanse is where we see Ultimate Meaning. And it is, finally, from that Ultimate Meaning that we draw the purpose of our own lives.