Children fortunately, sometimes painfully, grow out of their belief in Santa, and you have grown out of your belief in God. I have not, and am still getting help from the invisible intelligence, whatever it is. But I ALWAYS do my utmost myself first, then ask if needed. I also say thank you every morning, for all the good things in my life. And for lessons too.
Now, it is your turn to explain telepathy. I expect you will say coincidence. Yes, no?
Susan Doris Wrote:
> You are of course free to think of it as you like,Quote
As far as telepathy is concerned my son
> knows it for a fact as we experienced it when he
> was a boy. No need to tell anything. We still do
> sometimes, and it is fun, and you cannot possibly
> explain it away as much as you would like to.
> but there are more rational explanations for what
> people believe to be telepathy and in order to be
> logical they would have to eliminate all other
> explanations. Even then, there is no method to
> establish the objectivity of any such thing as
> However, teachers should not, especially nowadays,Quote
As for what parents tell their children
> about beliefs is none of the business of their
> tell children something is true unless it can be
> independently verified.
> There are no children on this forum!!Quote
It might be right, it might be wrong, but
> back off!
> Here's a challenge - explain exactly what is theQuote
The only exception I personally cringe
> about is Santa. Coming down a chimney for heaven's
> sake, even if you only have electricity, with the
> reindeer waiting on the roof. I hope you go around
> preaching the glaring wrong of that, as much as
> you preach your brand of atheism.
> difference between Santa Claus and GHod. Don't say
> it is obvious or anything, try actually defining
> the difference.