Difficult

"What is difficult is not to believe in God, but to believe that we matter to Him."

Don Colacho, Aphorisms

Comments

Xeb said…
I hear you.

*sigh*
Alec Lindsay said…
This is so off message as to be plainly silly. It is not remotely difficult not to believe in God. Many who believe in God have no difficulty in believing. Why on earth would the converse be difficult? Don't you so dislike these sententious seers, peddling their weird hang-ups?
Komal said…
Nice quote. The ego creates in people a sense of worthlessness, and a need to gather worth by 'accomplishing' things. Hence the running around in circles and competition.

But knowing that God cares about you can be done through love of God. This is knowledge gained by the heart, not by the head.

Try believing it, just as an experiment. Accept it as an axiom, and see what happens :).
puzzled said…
how do you no god loves you?
Salman Latif said…
So true. Gets all the more difficult by each passing day in this fucked up world.
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h. said…
God requires you to become selfless in His way for the sake of His people's welfare.
Once you invest for His sake he promises to give you more.Which in other words is what we call the law of nature,which states that inorder to have more we have to give more.For instance if we want to be loved we have to love others.If we want respect for ouselves we have to give respect to others.Same is the case for money,knowledge etcetra etcetra.

I don't think there's any thing that matters to God more than His creation.