Regardless of who is the Creator and what is Life, I always wonder is it reasonable to build million villages and thousands of cities just for one of my children? No matter how much love and no matter how wealthy and powerful I might be. The obvious answer is definitely NO.
That is no doubt a form of non-rationality and non-objectivity; and the Creator is far from any nonsense. If so, it is very arrogant and very stupid to believe or even to think that we are the only living creatures in this infinite vast universe.
We cannot imagine how vast and enormous is the universe. Just to have a sense of scale, consider that it takes light emitting from a known star, traveling at 300,000 kilometer per one second, about 14 billion years to reach us on Earth, and still getting further away. The furthest star in our own tiny galaxy is something like 70,000 light years away.
Personally, I believe in God, but I am waiting for the day when I meet any of the unknown creatures coming from somewhere. And I wonder what I would tell him or her, or may be they are without sex as we know. How shall I explain my faith which turned into a rigid religion and mere rituals; and shall I market my religious products? And shall I invite them to a religion and shrines that are far away from me and further to them.
This will create no doubt a new type of conflicts and risks for some people; while for others it will be cheap opportunities. Woe to the arrogance of religions and damn to the ignorance of the inhabitants of the atom-sized planet that is called Earth.
This leads me to an obvious and simple conclusion that is there is no one universal faith at all; and all Earthly genuine faiths are local in their nature and they must complement each other. Faith is just like medicine; there cannot be one treatment that fits all sick nations for all times.
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