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could my beliefs hold up in court.

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willybilly30

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im gonna play a little game and find out.

 

lawyer: you say thier is a god right.

 

me: yes

 

lawyer: have you ever seen this god?

 

me: no but iv seen pictures, heard storys, theirs thousands of people who say they beleive.

 

lawyer: these are all diffrent pictures and these storys are totally diffrent from each other winch ones correct they cant all be correct ones got to be lieing.

 

me: i dont know

 

lawyer: well this is all heresay and guessing lets move on.

 

lawyer: can you hear and feel this god?

 

me: i feel peaceful in the woods, a peace when i meditate, i hear guidance when i need it.

 

lawyer: is their any proof this isnt just your mind doing that?

 

me: no

 

lawyer: what other proof you got?

 

me: who created the universe? who told birds to fly south for the winter who made the grass green?

 

lawyer: is their any proof a god did that?

 

 

me: no i have no proof. but wered it all come from? who did it?

 

lawyer: how do you know a god did it?

 

me:i dont

 

me: why do some people feel theirs a god

 

lawyer: does this prove theirs a god?

 

 

me: no

 

lawyer: can you go visit this god and tell it to appear in court?

 

me: no

 

lawyer: so you have no proof what so ever.

 

 

me: no.

 

 

lawyer: then why bother

 

me: i guess im scared of dying and not existing and my family not existing.

 

lawyer: so by beleaving in something you cant even prove you think you can magically make it real?

 

me: that probally wouldnt work.

 

me: can you prove their is no god?

 

lawyer: can you prove their is a god?

 

me: no and you cant either.

 

lawyer: why bother creating beleifs and being in a religion if you cant prove its even true. if you cant even prove the existance of god why bother with it.

 

me: i dont know.

 

 

case dismissed no evidence.

 

 

i cant even prove it too myself.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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