Sunday 22 May 2016



Geordie Gardiner


Belief is a strange thing, it can be a great benefit to those who believe but what is strange is that for it to be of benefit you have to believe it is true even if it happens not to be true.

If you do not believe it is true then it is of no benefit.

Christians believe that God is with them and subsequently it is of great benefit to them throughout their life.

At the end of their life the thought of going to a better place helps to make their passing far less traumatic.

Lets look at hypochondriacs

They go to the doctors with an ailment, thinking it is real.

They believe it is real so to them it is real.

The person has likely to have been assessed over many years and has been found to have had many such illnesses, so the doctor examines the person and not being able to find any problem he prescribes chalk.

The chalk is in tablet form and hypochondriacs believe the medication will cure them, which it does not but they believe it will so it does.

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