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19 July 2003 @ 01:53 am
"The one place Gods inarguably exist is in our minds where they are real beyond refute, in all they granduer and monstrosity."
 Dr. William Gull in From Hell by Alan Moore and Eddie Campbell

Personally, I believe that the existance of anything truly divine can never be proven or disproven. We may be forever unable to interact with deity on a tangible, measurable level. Nevertheless, our spiritual relationships can be tremendously important ... in terms of how we shape ourselves and our relationships with other people.

I probably don't believe that what you believe is True, but I do believe that it is Important to you. Similarly, even when I know that my Beliefs may not be True, I do see that they have much Power in my life.
Kynatrilliumgrl on July 19th, 2003 02:05 am (UTC)
*grins* We could make an anthropologist out of you yet. *cackles a bit*
Mr. Flibble: Yodacrispengray on July 19th, 2003 01:52 pm (UTC)

Honestly, I think it depends on how you define Divine, which is inherently personal and cannot be defined beyond the self.

I see divinity in reality itself. I see tangible proof of it in the beauty and art in existence. But others might not see the Divine as being defined in that manner.