Blue Photo - Mattias Church, Budapest

Another Kind of Candle

On my way home today. I walked towards the Cathedral and a poem popped up in my head. (I live just behind the church.)

not so long
way to the other side
of religion

I’m not religious as you know. But when I grew up everybody around me were. As child – visiting the church – I always thought the priests told lies. Couldn’t understand how people could believe what the priests said. I’m interested in facts – not what few people make up in their fantasy and then try to make it true for a mass.
Sure Jesus once lived and he probably had a very good hearted life philosophy.

It also happens with “facts” in times. Thinking about when the earth was believed to be flat. So I wonder a lot about:

-What do we believe to be very true today – and tomorrow will be proved as wrong and seen as the madness of our time?  Maybe about the climate? Maybe about our planet? Our place in Universe? I would very very much like to know …

free ticket
for a ride in the dark world
to turn on the light
covered waited in endless queue
while the button was set broken

Perhaps that one was too mysterious?

wise people
talking the speech of facts ‘n truth
my candles
as interesting people’s questions
provide  imaginative power and fantasy


“We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.”
― Richard Dawkins


“Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.” Lucius Annaeus Seneca.


Carpe Diem: Seven Days Before Christmas 2016 #5 candles.

Blue Photo - St Stephan Cathedral, Budapest

4 comments

  1. Very well-planned and conceived post. How nice it would be to walk with you to the other side of the cathedral and just chat, knowing I would hear interesting and useful this gs, for how I hate idle gossip..in fact I give people no time for it, but how much I enjoy real conversation, especially when walking. Such good points here.
    I always found Hitchins very interesting and quite entertaining as well.

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