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I’ve often heard the argument that because creation is so well designed, there must be a Designer. But using that the same logic, I can ask the question: Who created G‑d?
Before, it was impossible to imagine a world. Now it is impossible to imagine anything but world.
ZABS Place in North Carolina provides on-site job training and business skills.
‘This was G-d’s way of reaching out to me, of telling me He is here with me in this struggle.’
Two sisters who lost their mother had found support from a woman struck with the same disease.
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Daily Thought
As impossible as it sounds, as absurd as it may seem: The mandate of darkness is to become light; the mandate of a busy, messy world is to find oneness. We have proof: for the greater the darkness becomes and the greater the confusion of life, the deeper our souls reach inward to discover their own essence-core. How could it be that darkness leads us to find a deeper light? That confusion leads us to find a deeper truth? Only because the very act of existence was set from its beginning...
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