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Have you ever wondered why we humans exist Who is our creator How did we get here Well as for me these questions pop into my mind especially right before I go to sleep These questions have been on my mind since I was about five years old till present time Perhaps one day Ill get me questions answeredIt all begin when I was about five years old I remember waking up during the middle of the night gazing into this green night light against the shadows of a statue of the infant Jesus And I would just lay there and contemplate about why do we exist Where did we come from So the following day I would ask my parents why do we exist My parents answers were we were created by God so we can have families work follow Gods rules and then pass the word of God to our children Basically my parents were saying we live by God and continue the cycle by passing Gods word to our children After hearing this I begin to wander so who is this God Is God all these statues that we pray to So if God is only one then why do people pray to all these statues As years past by these questions would appear now and then Sometimes it was impossible for me to sleep So then I would ask some friends the same question why do you think we exist Some of their answers were completely opposite from what my parents said For instance one of my friends said that we were derived from monkeys and that through out the years the monkey begin to become complex and somehow mutated into the human form And then another friend suggested that we exist because God was lonely and God ended his loneliness by creating human Some of my friends conjectures were fascinating yet it just didnt make any sense Like if
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