Everything seems inevitable and logical in retrospect.
But for now, reason is being invaded by history. Tumbling down a fantastic realm where logic and reason no longer applied, there seems to be no objective moral framework in the unforgiving chaos of this absurd universe.
This is difficult for our primitive egos to comprehend.
Because nobody wants to admit they’ve seen something that their education or experience can’t explain. That cognitive dissonance is simply too disturbing. If we can’t find something black and white to hang our hats on, then our faith will wander and shake hands with craziness until further notice.
No matter how evolved and savvy and sophisticated we pretend to be, human beings are still superstitious natives who have to chalk everything up to something. And it’s not helping us.
Cameron once wrote thatfaithis the ability to be where we are and to accept that where we are is where we are supposed to be.
This definition may not be peaceful, but it can bring us peace. Because if we surrender our need to know how everything works and why everything happens, loving the truth more than the ideal, then we can navigate the chaos with a modicum of grace.
Remember, even if it hurts when we argue with reality, let us trust that nature knows what it’s doing.
LET ME ASK YA THIS…
Are you blocking reality with the richly textured excuse and explanation that accompanies it?