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Thanks Dremer. It means your heart has been synchronized with a few things of the outside world. What do you think of the agency that acts between your heart and the outside stuff, and why it's ultimately resulting in pleasure?
Stories are vessels of communication and understanding. We enjoy them because they prompt us to think and take us places we can't physically go. It is simultaneously escapism and fitness for the brain.
Thanks junkseller, if it is this way that gives him comfort then what relation he has with these things and with the One Who has bestowed them?
None. Same as everyone else. He just doesn't pretend that his imagination is an absolute truth.
Thanks junkseller, If he doesn't pretend his imagination to be absolute truth then how come he enjoys and finds comfort?
He finds comfort knowing that his imagination is only the beginning, beyond which lies infinite possibilities and wonder.
Oh that's great. What's that strength called, which has such a strong sense of imagination? How he develops it?
Thanks grandma, I mean in general and also at the time of sorrow, greif, losses and testing times.
People do not necessarily need solace or comfort from outside every day, unless they are depressed. Solace is seen as sanctuary, help, comfort and protection from woes. Does anyone need solace every day?
If your heart is at peace and content of what favor and unfavorable things happen is what we mean of Solace. It is not needed from outside rather it's an inner urge. It is as comprehensive and encompassing as our demands and necessities are.
That's good, Link, just name a few, with just some words of description.
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It may be true, but how is that the outcome of both belief in God and disbelief are the same?
Well why not? If one is a believer they can also see God in all the wonders of the world. I can't imagine that an Atheist would not find wonderment and solace. But there is no solace like the one found in belief.
That's what I wanted to know Eric, what's that "solace" which is different from that of a believer?