Finding and Embracing the Universal Force I Call God

Though the memory is vague, I can recall the time when I first declared I didn’t believe in God. I was nine or ten years old and began questioning the existence of something that couldn’t be seen, felt, tasted, heard, or smelled (so I thought). Mom was the recipient of this announcement and unflinching, responded that she believed in God, and it didn’t matter that I doubted because God loved me…

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S.A. Snyder

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Writer, conservationist, storyteller @ lunarivervoices.com

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