Questioning God: about universe and life

Questioning God about universe and life Human mind is impressionable Centuries ago when they first encountered thunder and lightning they got scared of them and started to explain their existence They were puzzled by the existence of come

  • Title: Questioning God: about universe and life
  • Author: Vedang Sati
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 293
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Human mind is impressionable Centuries ago, when they first encountered thunder and lightning, they got scared of them and started to explain their existence They were puzzled by the existence of comets and shooting stars too For them, rain water was a blessing With that, they could plant, grow and nurture trees They prayed to an unknown and invisible entity so thatHuman mind is impressionable Centuries ago, when they first encountered thunder and lightning, they got scared of them and started to explain their existence They were puzzled by the existence of comets and shooting stars too For them, rain water was a blessing With that, they could plant, grow and nurture trees They prayed to an unknown and invisible entity so that they could all live in harmony The idea of god passed on and on and never faded away but whether it was just an idea, or whether they did have contact with gods is a mystery This book tries to question the old beliefs and seeks possible answers It will make an attempt to capture your imagination and make you question your own reasons.

    One thought on “Questioning God: about universe and life”

    1. Questioning GodOut of Vedang Sati's 3 books that I have read, this one is my favorite. He ponders many questions I myself have asked. By studying the sciences, we can understand more about life and perhaps answer some of our questions. Unfortunately, we realize the more we know, the more questions we asked. It's never ending!

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