So for the past week, faith has been an overwhelmingly important part in my life…
Don’t know why, but it may have something to do with a person that came out of the blue, brightened my life for a nano-second and then vanished.
Who the person is and what she was about is not relevant… at least with respect to this blog. But in a torrent of emotion, I wrote something that I know I will want to remember when I go through my own struggles with faith:
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So for the past three years, I have been living and studying in Windsor – an experience that has taught me many lessons, not all of them positive.
However the people in this city have never been a source of complaint, at least for me… Even through these rough times, the vast majority of people that I have met have tried their best to keep their head up high and to stay strong.
No one epitomizes this more than Chris, a person I met at Coffee Exchange today.
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Generally speaking, I try to keep discussions about my beliefs to a minimum.
For one, I prefer letting my actions speak as to what I believe. More importantly though, I find that conversations about faith are only constructive where there is some level of understanding about what faith entails. Most atheists completely lack any understanding of what faith represents and any consequent conversations are just not fruitful.
That is why I am always having difficulty writing constructively about faith in this blog.
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Yes I haven’t updated for a long time.
The Law Society bar admissions course is a nasty beast.