Monday, September 14, 2009


An angel can illuminate the thought and mind of man by strengthening the power of vision.
--Thomas Aquinas

I would think angels are all about imagination, and so again the mind can take in the entire universe and still have room to create another, and another...

1 comment:

Rosemary said...

An angel, is defined as a spiritual being that is employed by God to communicate with human kind. Angels are defined as ministering, messenger, or guiding spirits. Since there are no irrefutable evidence to prove in the existence or non-existence of angels, knowledge about them are based upon legends, theological beliefs, philosophical interpretations, and phenomenological experiential reports.Many human encounters with angelic beings are accepted by the experiencer without any sense of its theological or philosophical meaning. Theological reasoning accepts the reality of angels, through faith, and provides the religious dogma to support this belief. Philosophical reasoning does not require the belief that angels exists, just the acceptance that it is possible for them to exist. Religion-spiritual interpretations of the existence of angels is based upon faith. A belief in angels ultimately becomes a personal belief.