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Thursday, 9 February 2012

Hi there. Waycyber here

Hi. I'm Colin Nelson, sometimes known as Waycyber. Why Waycyber? Well, at one time I owned a business called Wayland Cybersmith Ltd. It lasted all of seven years. Anyway, Wayland Cybersmith is a bit much if you have to keep on typing it, so I abbreviated it to Waycyber. Then I found something very interesting. I had stumbled onto a "handle" that no-one was using. That means, if you do a Google search of Waycyber, you will (almost always) find something connected with me.

Well, that's the name explained. Why am I blogging? Partially it's to get people to buy my books (Stronghold: Exodus is out now, I am still writing Stronghold: Genesis). It's also to share my experiences and how I look at life. Not that I am any kind of expert, or important in any way. It's just that I seem to have stumbled on secrets (for want of a better word) that have transformed me from one of life's victims to one of life's conquerors.

I am happy, content, positive, and at peace. I don't have much - I don't need much. I, genuinely, wish that others could enjoy life as much as I do. So, I thought I would share some of the lessons I have learned.

OK, so these are just my experiences and opinions. They are no more important than anyone else's. But, if they help people get a quality of life like mine, it will be worthwhile.

Don't think of me as any kind of teacher or guru. I am a student, a disciple, and I still have much to learn. But I have a Good Teacher.

So, here is a key that unlocks everything else. God exists. He can be trusted. He loves and disciplines as you could only expect from a perfect Father. He guides and provides all needs, small to large. His lessons can be tough, but they are worthwhile.

2 comments:

  1. I have seen your rantings on other sites. You seem to want to inflict your "sky fairy" beliefs on the whole world.

    I am happy that you are happy with your life, but you must realize that all this rubbish you spout about god shows that you are seriously delusional.

    There is no evidence that god exists any more than Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny.

    Science has long since proven that this "world made in 7 days" business is just a story. It is not supported by any scientific evidence.

    As for the bible, that was put together by a group of people to support what they believed. There are plenty of books they excluded. Why? Because they didn't suit their objective of controlling the common people.

    There is little evidence that Jesus Christ ever existed. The stories in the bible were made up by people that wanted to sell their own brand of religion.

    Get a life, Colin, or Waycyber, or whatever you want to call yourself. You don't need a sky fairy to do it.

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  2. First of all, thank you for your comment. I am sorry if what I write upsets you. If it does, feel free to go to other places on the internet.

    I don't want this blog, or any of my other blogs, to be places to air arguments. They are a waste of time, usually. You believe what you believe, and I believe what I believe. I am not setting out to convert anyone, just to share my thoughts and ideas.

    I have allowed your comment here, and I will continue to allow comments, even if they are critical ones. However, I do expect respect to be shown to contributors, and I believe I have a right to expect some respect for myself.

    As I have stated in another blog entry, I do not think it is possible to provide evidence for the existence of God as a being. What evidence would science possibly expect to find?

    As far as the Bible is concerned, it doesn't matter about which books are in and which books are out. What does matter is that those people who put their trust in what it says have found its teachings to be reliable.

    There are millions of people with testimonies of how God has healed, guided, and empowered them. Millions of lives transformed. Now, you can write this off to coincidence, or delusion, or any one of a dozen explanations. The fact you can explain it away does not mean the God is not the true explanation.

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