Opened by Wonder

Opened by Wonder March 29, 2014

It must be added that the dichotomy does not have to exist. There is no one who only wonders, and never believes. The danger is when beliefs are treated as sacrosanct, so that nothing and no one can cause us to open ourselves to new information and new possibilities.

 

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  • Just Sayin’

    Reminds me of a G.K. Chesterton quote . . .

  • guest

    Ironically the pyramids were erected because of a belief that they would help the Pharoah ascend to Heaven and join Ra in his sky boat (or something like that).

    So, without belief, we wouldn’t have them. Might have something else instead.