13. To See is to Believe

“Tay, I hope you won’t be disappointed of me.”

“Bakit naman?”

“Kasi talagang matigas yung ulo ko. Even I’m listening to you but it doesn’t mean I believe in everything you say. But don’t get me wrong. I like that you’re saying all these things to me so my mind will be opened. At least now I have a guide on which road to take. To be completely honest, I’m still in the process of absorbing your lessons. Mahirap paniwalaan. Kasi siguro I didn’t have the experience like you did especially the dream you had. But I guess, kahit na siguro kung magkaroon ako ng ganung klaseng panaginip, I don’t think I believe right away about God, Heaven and all those stuff. I’m a person who wants the real thing. Makakapaniwala lang siguro ako kung makakita ako ng Diyos sa aking mga mata na hindi natutulog. Maski na hindi ko Siya makita, basta marinig ko lang yung boses Niya na kumakausap sa akin, then surely, I would believe in Him or Her kung babae man siya o maski ano pa. Basta I need to have a direct revelation from God. When that happens, whatever He says to me, I will absolutely believe without question.”

“My son, thank you for being honest. Yan ang gusto ko sa iyo. Walang tinatago. You speak your mind and keep it up. This makes our conversation alive and engaging. You’re indeed using fully your intellect and free will.”

“Salamat na man, tay, for understanding. I guess I’m just being realistic. But please continue… I’m all ears. Definitely mas mabuti to na nakikinig ako sayo compared to researching in the internet where there are many confusing and conflicting theories and teachings. I’d rather spend my time on you because I know you’re telling the truth.”

“That’s good to know, anak. Let me continue… Remember I said, when God was all alone as pure energy, He began to feel something?”

“Yeah, I remember. Mukhang bago na naman to. Hehehe!”

“Hahaha! In the ultimate reality, there’s nothing new to what I’m saying. I don’t know if you’ve read something about Carl Jung’s collective unconsciousness.”

“Opo. My teacher in General Psychology mentioned a lot about the Carl Jung because it’s his favorite psychologist.”

“So you must be able to understand when I say life is filled with mysteries which we can’t fully explain. However, I’m most likely to believe that all that we say and write are somehow connected in one way or the other with the rest of humanity, present and past. In our subconsciousness, there lies a storage of vast memory of the books we read and words we heard from others even way back to our previous lives.”

“Ang lalim na man yan, tay.”

“The way I understand it, it just means na itong sinasabi ko has already been taught or written by others in the past since we share the same knowledge rooted from the source of all who is God.”



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