Boggle: (v) to be astonished or overwhelmed when trying to imagine something.
Perhaps our greatest error is when we fail to recognize this simple fact.
It’s not that women are emotional and men aren’t. Men cry like babies when they lose a football game.
We even have religions which try to do away with emotion, contending it’s the universal stumbling block to spiritual growth.
Our emotions will not be denied, ignored or passed over in favor of reasoning.
So long before our minds are boggled, we are emotionally confused and spiritually vacant. In other words, we have a feeling about something and no belief system to address it, so we are brain-dead-confounded.
One of the best reasons to believe in a Creator is to understand how we were created. We feel, we believe and then we think–even though there are those who say we should think first and then develop belief, ending with a confident feeling.
But it doesn’t work that way.
We feel first and then have belief so that we actually can think about it and come up with a common sense solution.
Our entire society, political arena and world order is presently boggled.
Because no one wants to deal with their feelings, and then find the faith to be reasonable.
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