The Difficulty of Acceptance

More Tears than Beers

Belief in an interventionist deity demands acceptance  that events occur for which there is no naturalistic explanation.

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dif·fi·cul·ty

[dif-i-kuhl-tee, -kuhl-tee]  

noun, plural dif·fi·cul·ties.

1.the fact or condition of being difficult.
2.Often, difficul·ties. an embarrassing situation, especially of financial affairs.
3.a trouble or struggle.
4.a cause of trouble, struggle, or embarrassment.
5.a disagreement or dispute.

Shakes – Internal – External

Wearyness

Sun Shining Outside, Dark Inside

Lie down and rest…………………………………………

Wearyness

grief

 [greef] 

noun

1. keen mental suffering or distress over affliction or loss; sharp sorrow; painful regret.
2.a cause or occasion of keen distress or sorrow.

Idioms

3.come to grief, to suffer disappointment, misfortune, or other trouble; fail: Their marriage came togrief after only two years.
4.good grief, (used as an exclamation of dismay, surprise, or relief): Good grief, it’s started to rain again!
Origin: 
1175–1225; Middle English gref, grief  < Anglo-French gref;  see grieve

Wierdness

Weird

 [weerd] 

adjective, weird·er, weird·est.

1.involving or suggesting the supernatural; unearthly or uncanny: a weird soundweird lights.
2.fantastic; bizarre: a weird getup.
3.Archaic. concerned with or controlling fate or destiny.
noun Chiefly Scot.

4.fate; destiny.
5.fate  def 6 .

Not real – Surreal – Irreal

Wake Up

Postponement

Uncertainy

Unknown

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sur·re·al

 [suhreeuhl, –reel] 

adjective

1.of, pertaining to, or characteristic of surrealisman artistic and literary style; surrealistic.
2.having the disorienting, hallucinatory quality of a dreamunreal; fantastic: surreal complexities of thebureaucracy.

 

ir·re·al

 [ih-reeuhl, ih-reel]  

adjective unreal.

 

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