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M. T. Dremer says
Thanks, M.T, I guess most of us do believed that life is still a rare and precious gift. I worry about the power of those who feel the after-life holds more. However, I think you're right. In the heart of hearts of each person is this awareness.
I TOTALLY agree regarding concern for the environment. I hear variations of your quote all the time ("God created it ...and it'll all be fine). That abdication of the concept of "stewardship" is frightening. You are very wise, Aime and a philosopher
Don A. Hoglund says
Einstein, as I see it,was more inclined toward pantheism-admired Spinoza who argued that the soul and body were one.Therefore, we might conclude that Einstein might not have believed in an afterlife.He claimed humility in trying to understand God.