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--RosieOnTheRun (from reality)--

United Kingdom

What am I meant to say here? That I'm an inspirational young writer wanting to share her talent with the world? Coz no. That's not me. I'm just a insignificant, invisible, voice. Trying to write in a pool of fears, and hoping the ink won't smudge.

Why I believe in God

September 27, 2017

FREE WRITING

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Do you believe that this world was created by accident?
A couple of molecules colliding?

LOOK AROUND

Do you believe that this world was created by accidents?
A couple of molecules colliding?

LOOK AROUND

a leave falls to the floor and rests there, quivering.

a spider web glistens in the sun.

a colony of ants swarm on the grass.

Do you believe that this world was created by accident?
A couple of molecules colliding?

LOOK AROUND

millions of light years away a star is born.

The moon spins in a never ending cycle.

the night stretches forever

Do you believe that this world was created by accident?
A couple of molecules colliding?

LOOK AROUND

a tiny girl with ginger curls chases down the beach.

an elderly couple sit on the bench, feeding the ducks.

a group of teens stroll downtown the street laughing.


Do you believe that this world was created by accident?
A couple of molecules colliding?

I don't.


LOOK.
this world is not an accident
this world is plan.

 

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4 Comments
  • AbigailSauble

    Beautiful job! Yes, yes, YES! God made us, this world. This is a great defense for why we believe, what we believe. :)
    Keep up the good work! God bless!


    about 1 year ago
  • Gabe Krawec

    I believe that our world is more than a couple of molecules colliding.

    Our world is stardust, the hearts of ancient suns that with their dying breath gave us life.
    Our world is a survivor, stitched together from the souls of worlds before it, a world that survived one bombardment after another, that became something unlike any world we've ever seen before.
    And from the same stardust that made our world, came hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorus. Slowly but surely our ancestors emerged from their cosmic cradle.

    The first life.

    Being made of molecules doesn’t make the diversity of our planet any less stunning. In fact, the beauty is even clearer if you believe each species exists of its own merit, fighting valiantly for survival, constantly changing tactics. From glistening spider webs to ant colonies, how is the more beautiful world one in which spiders needed to be told how to spin their webs?
    I'm not looking to offend or change your views on a higher power, but the belief that I must believe the world was created with purpose or "by accident" does no credit to the many beauties of it you have described, which are just as beautiful, perhaps more when you consider that they were cultivated over billions of years, not by a being like us, but simply the incredible infinity of the universe.


    about 1 year ago
  • --RosieOnTheRun (from reality)--

    Thank you so much mystery girl!


    about 1 year ago
  • Peppermint Lemonade

    This is beautiful!


    about 1 year ago