THE TOOTH FAIRY
The Tooth Fairy is established in old stories that goes back to antiquated Europe and Northern Europe (the Norse countries), spreading all through in any event fundamentally English speaking nations, so like Santa and the Easter Bunny, is not really another idea. The Tooth Fairy is also a bit more elusive than Santa, but we have her (?) existence on record as testified by authority figures (for example – mother and father) and the kids see the reality next morning as in whatever the neighborhood conversion scale is between tooth lacquer and the coinage of the realm. God doesn’t give a royal stuff about your kid’s loose tooth and absolutely won’t give the kid so much as a red penny or even a wooden nickel for it. In short, God can’t evidently be tried to show His face and connect with humanity, especially the little children – despite the fact that in retrospect, He’s perhaps showing good sense. Who really would need to communicate and associate with every one of those hoards of noisy, screaming, fit inclined, slobbering, smelly, obscene, brats!!!
There’s no proof for the existence of God, yet there is massive amounts of proof for the reality of the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and especially Santa Claus. But we realize that the Tooth Fairy, the Easter Bunny and especially Santa Claus are fictitious or fanciful and have no basis in reality. So, from the entirety of that, what would one be able to finish up about the existence of God? What odds there really is a real supernatural deity who can’t be tried to show up at the shopping center and let little I’ve-peed-in-my-pants kiddies sit is His lap? What odds there really is a genuine supernatural deity who can’t be tried to show up at Easter and give those little I’ve-pooped in-my-pants brats a colored hardboiled egg or two? What odds there really is a genuine supernatural deity who doesn’t seem to care at all pretty much every one of those infant teeth from those little I’ve-spewed-all-over-my-pants babes-in-the-woods; He who can’t spare a bit of Holy Change?
* However, it is unquestionably more likely that the God of the Old Testament transformed out of the various Mesopotamia gods and was in transition from the ones to the next by means of that first monotheistic religion, Zoroastrianism.