Thursday, December 6, 2012


Have you ever wondered why people do the things they do?

It is simple.  
On their part there is no thinking.  No thoughts.
Have you ever seen a thought?
Of course not.

Even with your best pair of glasses on you cannot see a thought.
You cannot see a thought with binoculars or a magnifying glass.
In fact, you cannot take a picture of a thought.  Try it.
Scientist using the very best microscope or telescope have never
seen a thought.

So, thoughts are simply a myth, fable or legend.

Ask your friends if they have ever seen one of your thoughts.

If there were such a thing as "thoughts", certainly you could
measure them, or weight them.

How deep or wide is a thought?  You do not know because
there are no thoughts to measure.

Pressure and vacuum gauges cannot measure thoughts, because
thoughts are nonexistent.

Testing so far only shows that thing we call a brain is simply
a vacuum chamber.

Get out your ohm meter.
Your volt meter.
Or your amp meter and measure a thought.
Can't do it can you.
Because there is not such thing as a thought.

You might hear your stomach growl.
Or one of your joints pop.
But no one can hear your thoughts because there are none.

So what do we do when someone's action seem to indicate
they may have given thought to something.

We do what "scientist" do.
We create a hypothesis that suits our thinking.
Then spend the rest of our life trying to prove it.

Speaking of things we cannot see, touch or measure
with all our fancy test equipment;

"Fools say to themselves,
'There is no God!'"
(Psalms 14:1 GNB)


Sonja said...

Awesome post Luther! How right and true it is, so much must be by faith, especially the very best, Jesus.

Sassy Granny ... said...

Fabulous! Common sense seems to fly out the window where matters of faith and/or of God are concerned. Fools indeed.