You broke the Law

You broke the Law and you thought you could get away with it.

The driver is licensed to drive.
Yet they park their car right in front of your driveway while seeing your car is in the driveway.
That is breaking the law.

The neighbour knows he lives in a residential area.
Yet they make noise and disturb the peace when night has come.
That is breaking the law.

The ruler knows the harm of alcohol.
Yet they allow pubs re-opening in a pandemic.
That is breaking the law.

Materialism is the embodiment of arrogance.
A materialist might wear the garment of religion or even the garment of non-religion.
They might even wear a garment of a scientist.

The neo-darwinist knows that his knowledge is but a drop or even less than that in the ocean of what can be known.
Yet he starts one of his books with the following quote by Douglas Adams (died 2001):
“Isn’t it enough to see that a garden is beautiful without having to believe that there are fairies at the bottom of it too ?”

“I do not believe in fairies” is an easy statement to make but very hard to practice.
For certain ‘fairies’ are found in religion.
For certain ‘fairies’ are found in science.
For certain ‘fairies’ are found in politics.
For certain ‘fairies’ are found in finance.

It is a tough world to be a foreigner amongst your own.
You are but a foreigner if you truly seek the Truth.
It is a tough world to be a foreigner in the outer world of senses.
However, it is a peaceful one deep down within.

What is seen in the garden is almost next to nothing to what is not seen.
There are billions upon billions of micro organisms at work in that garden.
They are not seen.
They are not heard.
They are not felt.
We do not know how they all interact with each other in the making of this beautiful garden.
The modern and most advanced scientific institutions are barely taping into that world.
It is certain that those micro organisms follow a law and that they do not break it.
It is certain that there is an order in that world.
It is certain that without their contribution the flowers, for instance, will not blossom.
It is certain that without the flowers, the bees will not survive.
It is certain that without the bees, humanity will not survive.

What about the gardner ?
If you cannot credit the gardner for his or her good work, it would be highly unlikely that you would credit the Maker of the gardner.

That is breaking the Law.
A Law that you cannot hear, see or feel.

Have a pandemic then !

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