This is her first problem: getting home through the barricades.
She manages to get through them by crawling through the basement window of an abandoned house.
"But if I did that, then my argument against God collapsed too-for the argument depended on saying that the world was really unjust, not simply that it did not happen to please my private fancies." Thus, "in the very act of trying to prove that God did not exist-in other words, that the whole of reality was senseless-I found to assume that one part of reality-namely my idea of justice-was full of sense" (Surprised by Joy, C. Lewis 45,46)."The unexamined life is not worth living." I agree! Go New Zealand Gotta love Leunig Rust and Bone Would YOU like to post a blog on Connecting Singles?
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It all starts with Fran coming home from a camp, which is designed to test people's ability to survive with absolutely no contact with the outside world.
When she comes home she finds that the streets are almost totally empty in London and that there are barricades on the roads to the part of London that she lives in.
One must reach rock bottom and begin questioning a faith that began long ago to cope with the revelation of the frauds of Santa Claus, of stork-delivered babies, and the perfection of, at least, one of our parents. " Very deep, but yes, I think we all second think many things in our lives when met with challenges and obstacles.
Everyone finally seemed composed of a measure of hypocrisy, greed, and selfishness. And with honest consideration even the superhuman becomes suspectedly human. It all tests our faiths and convictions.interesting blog. In my humble opinion Hi Australian Girl, Mankind has always searched for cohesion in the unknown.
I only wish that, there were more blogs, that touched on the area of philosophy. Like many atheist , Camus revealed a longing for God.
He wrote, for everyone who is alone, with God and without a master, the weight of days is dreadful"(The Fall 33).