The challenge is to try and understand the concept of God through a human paradigm. It's like trying to explain 11 dimensions to a 3 dimension being. God has been personified for human cognition - in my opinion you're not questioning the existence of God but questioning the mental paradigm of how you interpret God.

Dawkins logic is interesting but again confined to 3 dimensions. Essentially what created God.. to be created implies a sense of time (birth) and if God is beyond dimensions then the creation point becomes mute. It's like arguing if energy can not be created or destroyed then what created it initially...

The other two books you have mentioned are just human fallacies within religion. Over time and as science progresses the evidence will come to light and it will not be called "God" but another pseudo scientific term.

David Goggins is considered by many to be among the world’s best ultra-endurance athletes. He has competed in more than 60 endurance races, has placed 3rd at the Badwater 135 Death Valley- considered the world’s toughest foot race, and regularly placing in the top five in other ultramarathons. He also held the Guinness World Record for the most pull-ups done in 24 hours completing 4,030 in 17 hours. He is the only member of the U.S. armed forces ever to complete training as a Navy SEAL, Army Ranger and Air Force Tactical Air Controller.

How does he consistently push himself…

No doubt 2020 has been a difficult year and as we move into 2021 it looks like more of the same albeit with a glimmer of hope provided by the Covid vaccine (offset by multiple strains of the virus).

The world may feel a little chaotic at the moment but chaos is good. Chaos forces us to change and appraise who we are. Rough oceans test a sailor. Instead of blindly driving in a direction which could lead to nowhere and a life of regret, chaos forces us out of our comfort zone.

Learn to lean into the chaos. In…

People embark on health resolutions in January every year to reverse the post-holiday indulgences. This year no doubt the trend will continue under a cloud of Covid rising infections the consequent lockdowns affecting our health and mental well-being.

Therefore, as we focus on recalibrating our bodies, we are also looking to rethink our goals and aspirations for the year.

What better way to start than to pick up a book that will make you think, as well as help push you on a better path.

AGELESS: The New Science of Getting Older Without Getting Old

by Andrew Steele

In 2006, a tortoise named Harriet died of a heart attack at…

For centuries when great historical figures needed clarity they would isolate themselves physically to ground themselves.

Scott Barry Kaufman, the scientific director of the University of Pennsylvania’s Imagination Institute, and Carolyn Gregoire, a senior writer at the Huffington Post, write in Harvard Business Review about how solitude helps drive creativity.

“Great thinkers and leaders throughout history — from Virginia Woolf to Marcel Proust to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak — have lauded the importance of having a metaphorical room of one’s own,” Kaufman and Gregoire write.

However, sometimes the solitude becomes a cushion or an escape from an unpleasant situation. The…

Mothers crying over brothers dying, with fathers being asked to show restraint .

Nearly 50 years ago, Marvin Gaye released the timeless classic “What’s Going On…” The song’s inspiration came from Renaldo “Obie” Benson, a member of the Motown vocal group the Four Tops, after he and the group’s tour bus arrived at Berkeley on May 15, 1969. Whilst there, Benson witnessed police brutality and violence in the city’s People’s Park during a protest held by anti-war activists in what was hailed later as “Bloody Thursday”.

Upset by the situation, Benson said to author Ben Edmonds that as he saw…

What do you want in life?

Me: What do you want in life? Yes you.. the reader of this article?

You: As in what do I want now or tomorrow, what do you mean, as in anything… a Ferrari, six pack, a million dollars?

And therein lies the paradox - do we ever really know what we want? Imagine your boss pulling you aside one day and asking you that very question; in your mind you’re contemplating answering back with a reply signalling promotion, money, or a better work-life-balance…. all packaged up in either more “responsibility” or “progression”.

And then…

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