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Re: what happens when faith dies? Tabitha

Posted by habbyshabit on August 20, 2003, at 11:15:59

In reply to Re: what happens when faith dies?jim, dena, rayw habbyshabit, posted by Tabitha on August 19, 2003, at 21:51:52

Yes, Tabitha, I get what your saying. But when my neurochemistry also sends me into states that are not as much fun as spiritual experiences and not as eagerly called upon, it makes me wonder of the mechanism and it's trustworthiness. As I said, my husbands neurochemistry is creating a world comletely science fiction like. Did the creator wire him for that and if so, is it any more or less real then the spiritual and ineffable. Any less valuable? The thing I've come up against with the mechanism is it's trustworthiness. And how do you decide if the spiritual experience is delusional or real or from a spiritual souce, channeled through the neurochemistry. Who's channeling my husband's demons? (my word not his)

We know that mania produces spirtual like experiences in many. Are they real just because we are created by some creator being? Don't we have an intellect to decipher. Apparently, in this one area, my husband does not. Is it his intellect or the neurologic mechanism that is faulty? I don't know. His intellect seems fine in all other areas. It is very confusing. If I sound angry, it's not at you Tabitha, it's at this darn thing my husband is manifesting and I have no control over.

with respect,




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