Feb 24

Why did you walk away from Jesus?

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A Facebook friend asked me today why I “walked away from Jesus?”

I don’t view my change as walking away from Jesus, as I simply stopped believing Jesus is real. It’s hard to walk away from what we think is not real.

My friend further asked me about what I believe in today?

I currently suspect the universe is largely devoid of oversight and therefore indifferent to our well-being. I further suspect that death is the utter end of this thing we call self, and that our only opportunity to find and have love and peace is with one-another and during the brief time that we are alive.
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Going Alone was begun by Kurt Bell in an effort to help others understand and manage  the recognition of the apparent indifference of the universe to our well being, happiness or even our existence, and to find ways to make a good life in spite of this fact.

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