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It would be less difficult to bear the evils of one's own life if one could think that
they were but the necessary outcome of one's errors in a previous existence, and
the effort to do better would be less difficult too when there was the hope than in ...
Arguments have been adduced to prove the existence of God, and I will ask the
reader to have patience with me while I briefly consider them. One of them
assumes that man has an idea of a perfect being; and since perfection includes ...
It appears, then, that none of the arguments for the existence of God is valid. But
of course you do not disprove his existence because you cannot prove it. Awe
remains, man's sense of helplessness, and his [269 J THE SUMMING UP.
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This is one of the best books I read for providing a philosophical view of life. It is a book I intend to read again. Read full review