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Letters to God – Part 38: Welcome to My World


Welcome to my world.

Where the present is surreal, where the future is uncertain, where the past seems like another life.

I know how it feels. I’ve been here for a while. It’s like a dream… no, more like a nightmare.

But you get used to it.

Nah, just kidding. You never get used to it. You just get by, day by day, with the hope that tomorrow will be better, or at least not worse, than today.

And that is what keeps us all going.

Be safe. Stay strong.

Scott Adams on Religion

If you are an engineer, you must know Dilbert. If not, please go there now and come back after you have read all of it. I’ll wait.

You’re back? good. Now you should also subscribe and read to the blog of Scott Adams, the creator if Dilbert. I don’t agree with all of his views, but he does make the mind exercise. And since lately I am talking about religion and reality and how things work, this phrase in one of his posts (at the bottom) just “clicked”:

I’m not a believer, but I’ve evolved to be pro-religion because I observe religion to be a functional interface to a reality our brains aren’t designed to understand.

So maybe we’ll never understand.