The Importance of Believing in What We do not See

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Believe in what we can not see has always been a challenge to the human nervous system, which is determined to show that what it is detected with the five senses: sight, hearing, touch, taste and smell is the total reality of what exists. But nothing is further from a logical and objective reality.

The total reality is an infinite number of sense impressions and our brain and nervous system are far from having such power of perception and although we can filter a lot of information both consciously and subconsciously, it is still a very simple approach to the myriad of information and interacting elements in the universe both in time and in space.

Believing in what is unseen is not a dreamer, fanatic, naive, ignorant or fetishistic Read more