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chess board and a lewis carroll quote

photo credit: freeimages.com/aleksandra p.

When I find myself contemplating on God and, “What’s it all for?” I think about Alice in Wonderland. It’s wonderfully nonsensical.

Then in college, my Set Theory professor explained Lewis Carroll’s stories of nonsense were steeped with accurate mathematical definitions of logic.

It’s a strange world we live in. Things that are logical aren’t always sensible. The more we learn, the more aware we become of how little we know. It’s a maddening cycle.

Knowledge is kind of a B. There’s a reason why genius and insanity are hard to distinguish between.

“For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways,” declares the LORD. (Isaiah 55:8)

The more time I spend in the world, the more I find myself clinging to Proverbs 3:5.

Maybe I drank the Kool-Aid on this one, but I still have absolute faith in Him. Even if that faith doesn’t answer eloquently to my understanding of what’s logical.