Who knows the ultimate truth?

to all those people who get confused between gods and the science and existence of hell and heaven.

i ain’t here to tell you there’s God.
i ain’t here to tell you Jesus is God / Allah is great.
i ain’t here to tell you there’s no afterlife.
i ain’t here to tell you science is true.

sadly most of us get confused ’cause our questions remain unanswered or we are lazy sloths to seek for answers after answer.

i must tell you that this world is full of answers, floating here and there, meadows, bowers, waves, tempest, wildfire, drizzle, hurricane, breeze…

i must tell you that this world is full of answers, floating here and there. and our task is to find, to seek for answers after answer.

why does it rain?
– to nourish the earth
why do they nourish the earth?
– for the seeds to germinate….

a man who seeks for answers after answer will continue his journey till his last breath, but he is always a thousand times better than those who choose to stay still at confusions or ignorance or one who blindly chooses to think he’s all right.

science may be true, but it has not yet unravelled many mysteries. religion may be false, but it is not a virgin (as it has been abused by impure and filthy interpretations for centuries, and it has even been colonised by earthly powers)

God is a poet, and his words are written in verses. you know i am a poet, but do you know how often i get disappointed when my readers misinterpret my rhymes.

or maybe one day the sky will be clear, and the god and science will meet, like a father and daughter who meet after decades.

who knows the ultimate truth?

a man who seeks for answers after answer will continue his journey till his last breath, but he is always a thousand times better than those who choose to stay still at confusions or ignorance or one who blindly chooses to think he’s all right.

and i won’t tell you with confidence that i am all right here.

© Sanna Wren

( image credit goes to the respective owner. according to google image, it is from science and religion | Wall Street International Magazine )

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