Why science needs faith

whyscienceneedsfaith2Ancient wisdom describes words as being alive and powerful, and capable of speaking things into existence.

Such, of course, is faith—a concept as instrumental to our modern existence as science—but which is incapable of being measured by it.

For while science can track the electrical impulses of brain waves that give birth to concepts, as expressed in words, it is unequipped to account for the creative potential of our own minds.

The contemporary proverb expresses it this way: If we can dream it, we can build it.

So science requires faith to comprehend the reality beyond the mere physical;
and faith requires science to construct the reality from the mere ethereal.