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Trusting Versus knowing.


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Deveswar
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« Reply #8 on: July 02, 2009, 05:26:57 am »

Trust implies failure.

When a God creates he KNOWS it is done. He does not trust that it is done. Can you see the difference? You make a

Eugene, i am not trying counter arguments. each words resonate differently to different people
my apologize Smiley

For me with out trust no one can create. Trust is the source of creation
God or human- we trust our capability of creation

A painter paint from his trust-
trusting his skills, trusting his vision
trusting his end product

A machine is a product of some one's trust
some one's trust in himself, or collectively to produce.

The way i understand trust, is embedded in me.
with out trust in me i am low self-esteem
and i will deceive, by trusting others

trust is the source, and the only virtue.
All other virtues are mind made.
trust is love, that is god

And more over, i never believe that god created universe
There is no god, there is no create'r, nothing is created
Tao is everywhere that is all

my humble words, only. not opinion

deveswar
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