To Believe Or Not To Believe? Poem by Terence Craddock

To Believe Or Not To Believe?



The non-believers with no God and no
religious texts are 12% of the world.
The religion atheism is a religious
belief, with no sacred texts, no god,
2% of the world,150 million believers.

Yes to state there is no god
is a statement of belief;
the belief there is no god;
strangely is a religious belief.

Atheism is an absence of belief
in the existence of deities. Or
atheism is a rejection that deities
exist, or a claim there are no deities.

'According to a 2016 Pew Research
Center publication,15% of French
people,45% of Americans, and 99%
of Indonesians explicitly believe that
a person must believe in God to be moral.'

Strangely death anxiety;
as identified in psychology
occurs most in young adulthood;
20 to 40 years of age and not
in the old as might be expected;
what happens after death we can
wait in time we are sure to find out.

Sunday, November 8, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: belief,god,lifestyle,religion
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Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Written in November 2020 on the 9.11.2020.
Inspired by the poem 'We Are Good Together' by the poet Deluke Muwanigwa.
Dedicated to the poet Deluke Muwanigwa.
A split image from the poem 'When Trouble Comes Who Helps Carries Us? ' by the poet Terence George Craddock.
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