- It's an unknown pure and simple. (This is the atheist mindset.)
- It's a UFO, a flying saucer and I believe this is evidence for visiting aliens. (This is the believer mindset.)
- It was most definitely and alien craft....I didn't see the aliens up close but I believe. (This is the fundamentalists mindset)
- Without knowledge of the sky...it is impossible to make a determination. (This is the agnostic mindset)
Although I have paraphrased, I think one can understand the idea. I do not completely agree with all that he writes but Stahl has given me much food for thought as I continue on my journey. It seems that each of us, if not predisposed, develop a mindset that guides us through life.
He writes of his youth in the Catholic church and how he found his way out. His story is like many others I've read over the years and not entirely unlike mine. He states that children are blank slates and natural questioners....yes, but what happens to that natural nature when religion becomes the daily diet? The are taught to close up and not question.
What a tragedy.