On Logic and Faith


mona-lisa-690203_1920.jpgWe need faith. It is paramount. However, a common mistake when one tries to maintain faith is mixing it up with proof and logic. Now of course, I believe strongly in science, but I also value faith.

I am not talking about faith in a sense that mocks science, that says aliens exist and that you can jump of a building and fly away. Rather, I am talking about faith in your own ability to do things, things that science can neither prove nor disprove [that you are able to do].

Say you want to write a great novel. Or say you want to learn a new skill, or grow as a human being, or have a great relationship. Then what you need is faith. Science can impossibly prove or disprove your ability to achieve any of those things. Only faith can bring you over that bridge.

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