Sunday, June 06, 2010

thought

Believers always have an explanation; half-believers use the explanation as an alternative; non-believers have a lot of explaining to do.

5 comments:

Hari said...

And then, there are the observers who find their meaning in silence.

Veeresh said...

Very interesting... Philosophically and empirically that checks out truism-like; the 'half-believers'' part is intriguing. Bertrand Russell established that the opposite is and should be true in the scientific method and in epistemology.

Were you by chance (mainly) referring to faith/ religious belief?

(PS: Love your writing style :) )

Bland Spice said...

hmm

Pankaj said...

non believers have no explaining to do....because "there are no answers, only choices" remember??

Shankar said...

ah I do like this.