Gary Edward Geraci

“science can’t answer certain questions concerning the ‘why’ and ‘how’ of it”

i don’t blame science.

but the questions need answers.

WHOM shall i turn to?

 

Gary Edward Geraci

Comments3

  • orchidee

    A good write Gary.
    Meanwhile, folk ask me - Why did I start singing? And how can I call it singing?! heehee.
    I know someone who heard a song, and said in jest 'is there music to that?'lol.

    • Gary Edward Geraci

      Yes, and I don’t think science can answer the “why” and “how” of it either unless they’re perhaps analyzing the decibel level of your vocal output or maybe the variation of your pitch with one of those pitch producers ....

      • orchidee

        Yes, millions of pounds/dollars has been spent on the 'why' and 'how' of - Why do I sing? and 'How do I sing?' Subtitled 'Do ya call that singing?' I told 'em not to waste their money! heehee.

      • orchidee

        Yes, them syllables can be pesky. I mean 'heaven' could be one or two syllables, for example, as in heav-en, or heaven (said more quickly). Or settle for heav'n, and a missing 'e'.
        Enough waffle!

      • FineB

        Hello Gary,

        An interesting write. Very good.

        Are there answers to everything in life I don't think there are?

        Keep writing FineB

        • Gary Edward Geraci

          Thanks FineB. We’re born to ask questions. Can a finite, created being such as myself ask an infinite, ever existing Creator (my Creator) for enough graces to get to Heaven?

          • Gary Edward Geraci

            “Admitting to Mystery” (previously published here on MPS)
            /
            it’s ok
            not everything
            /
            is to be explained
            away
            /
            our brains
            better than beasts’
            /
            but still
            finite
            /
            limits to
            what can be known
            /
            still exist
            the infinite
            /
            not quite fitting
            into the space /
            /
            we have
            created for it
            /
            Gary Edward Geraci



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