Agnosticism is an acceptance of the idea that one cannot believe what is impossible to know. An agnostic separates him/herself from what is unknown and says, “If I can’t know it, I can’t believe it.” A true contemplative is an agnostic who adheres to what he/she does not know. The contemplative says, ‘my inability to know is a fact but it does not render untrue what I do not know.’
To not be able to know that which is, is a fault in me – not in that which is. Herein lies the acceptance or rejection of the life of the spirit.Herein is the crux of faith. You did not ask us to understand, but to believe. How many times You recognized and singled out great faith and belief in those around You. It is likewise true of love that it demands not understanding but trust, forgiveness, and acceptance.
It would seem that what matters most are things not of the head but of the heart. You knew in Your own time and You know now what humans are incapable of knowing. You did not emphasize that flaw in us but rather became, at times, almost impatient with our penchant for pursuing knowledge rather than cultivating the acceptance and belief that were at the heart of Your message. The worlds of known facts and unknown beliefs are light years apart – and belief is all You seek. Our capacity to know is limited, but our capacity to believe is boundless. It may be that we hinder ourselves with the pursuit of complex knowledge and understanding when simple acceptance, trust, and belief is all that You ask.
I like this and actually look forward to reading your letters to Jesus. I have many I have written as well. On my hard drive, in my journal, via my smart phone ect..... if he writes back I will post it :)