I pray every day and night, and in every meal. I love God with all my heart and soul.
So, one of the most common, tedious questions here is demanding empirical proof of God (or any god, or gods). Furthermore, atheists like to claim they hold the "default position", without validating that claim in any way.
I personally don't see empiricism as meaningful in relation to some god. ...
How did the flood not melt the snow on earth. Well-preserved prehistoric floral and fauna is being found every day at the foot of melting ice from the North Pole to the South Pole and every mountain range in between due to global warming which proves beyond the shadow of a doubt the flood story is fake. We find...
Is there a heaven or hell? Do we fade away to nonexistence? Do we reincarnate?
Virgin birth 2000 years ago=impossible
Walking on water=impossible
Living 900 years=impossible
Resurrection of the dead=impossible
I'll give you a serious answer.
People like me struggle with the word belief. I don't accept claims that are not supported by evidence, so even though I understand that it seems likely that extra-terrestrial life in some form exists elsewhere in the Universe, until there is evidence to support that...
And why are they always talking about how great Jesus is?
...Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God,
And saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel.
Surely you also would want that blessing?
If it is offered then it can be obtained.
There is nothing wrong with you sending her a card. If you don't have her contact information, you could visit the university and bring it to the office that assigns tutors. Or if you are sure she is a student at the university herself, you could bring it to the university post office.