1. someone

    so can i say that ‘Questions that May Never be Answered (by normal human), Answers that May Never be Questioned(by normal human)’? :D

  2. someone

    by adding this, it is easier to differentiate and understand both of these concept better. By feeling, hearing, speaking and thinking on the level of both philosophy and religion, both philosophy and religion will not contradict each other. Thus i feel that no one is right no one is wrong but human is wrong as they might change this thinking or misinterpret wrongly from the source of philosophy and religion.

    • fortheloveofwisdom

      The object behind the original quotation is not to reconcile philosophy and religion but to contrast them. It seems that your object is the opposite of this.

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