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"There are two ways to live your life - believing everything is a miracle or that nothing is."

- Albert Einstein

Why are we here?

What's the point?

Does 'creation' have a purpose?

The Sacred Universe


Robert Sibley

"I don't feel like
an alien in this universe. The
more I examine
the universe and study the details of its architecture, the more evidence
I find that the universe in some sense must have known we were coming."
-Freeman Dyson

"A young man who wishes to remain a sound atheist cannot
be too careful of his reading." 

- C. S. Lewis

(The Book)

Who Designed the Designer? a response by Dr. William Land Craig to Dawkins' The God Delusion




"Human beings, vegetables, or cosmic dust,
we all dance to a mysterious tune, intoned
in the distance by an invisible player." 
                          - Albert Einstein

Story of the Baby's Hand, ABOVE  -  FOUR YEARS LATER

Why are we here?


Stephen Hawking states in his book, A brief history of time, “We find ourselves in a bewildering world. We want to make sense of what we see around us and to ask: What is the nature of the universe? What is our place in it and where did it and we come from? Why is it the way it is?”


He notes as civilizations developed they observed that,  “…the sun, the moon, and the planets followed precise paths across the sky that could be predicted in advance with considerable accuracy,” and, “particularly in the last 300 years, more and more regularities and laws were discovered.”


In one of the interviews Hawking has given, he states, “The universe seems to be governed by rational laws.”1


Our knowledge of the existence of numerous Universal Laws, (i.e.: gravity), have become part of the complex of defining properties we use to describe our scant knowledge of the universe. But then, our still-limited knowledge quickly forces us to resort to theories (both unproven and perhaps un-provable in our lifetimes), such as the Theory of Relativity, and the Quantum Theory, etc.


All of this still leaves Hawking with the unanswered question: “Why does the universe go to all the bother of existing?”


While the author of A brief history of time recognizes the existence of universal “rational laws”, he concedes that with regard to the mystery of the universe, and of life itself, we still have not been able to unlock the answers as to the purpose, or the why, of our existence.


Hawking finished his book with this: “If we find the answer [to why we exist] …it would be the ultimate triumph of human reason –for then we would know the mind of God.”2


1 To Boldly Go ..A Brief Trek Into The Mind Of Stephen Hawking -- Abilities, Fall, 1993.
2 A brief History of Time --Stephen Hawking

Where are we going?


From inanimate rock...

To reproducing, single-cell, living organisms...

To multi-cell, conscious self-directing animate creatures, capable of environmental adaptation, finding food (prey), shelter, etc...

To (human) beings that are supreme over all other species, by way of advanced brain function. As eons pass, they become capable of increasingly sophisticated thought processes of reasoning, contemplation and reflection. They become increasingly more adept at shaping their living environment to suit, rather than merely adapting to the environment....

AND, if they/we manage to avoid self-annihilation: we MAY develop into becoming even more intellectually enlightened humans, who socially evolve and progress behaviorally through voluntary outreach of service to others by way of a new spirit of co-operative functionality. Imagine a society that operates through benevolent free enterprise, creating communities of thoughtful, 'golden rule'-minded development and expanded consciousness.


Could it be that the “purpose” of matter is to expand toward non-material sophistication, meaning less dependence on matter and more on mutually beneficial development towards thought predominance of our universe, or of some other unknown universe or dimension?

In other words: Is the material earth/universe, our ‘training wheels’ for a higher plane of non-material development?

What if?

What if we occasionally believed in the unseen?
Do scientists ALWAYS have to SEE, to BELIEVE?


Seeing is believing...

"The universe is full of
 magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to
grow sharper."

                        -E. Phill Potts


Four Laws of Happiness & Success

  ● Count your

  ● Proclaim your

  ● Go another mile.

  Use wisely your
     power of choice.

                              -Og Mandino


"One person caring about another represents life's greatest value."

-Jim Rohn


"It is one of the most beautiful compensations in life... that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself."

-Ralph Waldo Emerson


I am resolved in all human contact to meet petulance with patience, questionings with kindness, hatred with love, eager always to do the kindly deed that brings the joy of service -- and that alone makes human life truly human.

I shall seek no advantage for myself to the detriment or the harm of my neighbour, knowing that it is only through the law of mutuality that I can fully enjoy what I gain -- or can even be a man."
- R.W. Trine


"The Life Triumphant is that which places what a man gives to the world in creative expression far ahead of that which he takes from it of the creation of others."

-Walter Russell

"...Our quest for the meaning and the mystery of being human is every person's quest. I am my neighbour's partner and resource in the search and he is mine."
-Bruce Larson,
Author of "The Meaning and Mystery of Being Human"


"YOUR INNER PURPOSE IS TO AWAKEN. IT IS as simple as that. You share that purpose with every other
person on the planet
-- because it is the purpose of humanity. Your inner purpose is an essential part of the purpose of the whole, the universe and its emerging intelligence."

..."Opening yourself
to the emerging consciousness and bringing its light
into this world then becomes the primary purpose of your life."

-Eckhart Tolle




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