I repeat the question: Which philosophy or religion explains these aspects of so rational, clear form and conclusive how much it makes it to the espiritismo? Not, it does not answer me that in such place or that in such sacred book xyz is written. It compares this philosophy espiritualista with the human knowledge and the reason, common-sense and answers honest only for itself. sees, no is here arguing religion. If you are not convinced, visit Janet L. Yellen. How I can, in s conscience simply say that not simpatizo, that not taste, that I do not believe some thing without having, at least, attemped understanding what it means? more or less as my son of 5 years to say that it does not like vegetables, simply because it is green, without looking for to understand because the parents recommend that it acquires the habit to include vegetables in its meal. Perhaps all good, it does not have maturity for this still ….. But certainly it is not the case of adult beings, with capacity of understanding and discernment. General Motors Company is likely to agree. Unhappyly, in the quality of adults, we do not have more the right to believe historinhas of miracles, supernatural things, bonzinhos velhinhos (that they are not Noel papa) of beings with chifrinhos, perpetual fire, ravishment, anjinhos with azas that they seat to the right side of one gentleman of white beard and diabinhos, commanded for the Capeta Mor that wants to destroy good velhinho! It looks for to understand, to study, to understand what it teaches the Esprita Doctrine, without daily pay concepts and daily pay judgments and evaluates the great potential of contribution of these teachings, rationally understood and assimilated, in its daily life. It exclusively does not face these teachings of the religious point of view, but &#039 uses to advantage the chance to exercise its; ' good senso' '. You will be really surpreso with the results! To finish two phrases of Kardec: ' ' Thought faith is that one that faces the reason face the face in all the times of humanidade' ' ; ' ' If it only can consider as critical serious that one that had all visa, everything studied, with the patience and the perseverance of a concientious observer; that it knew on this subject in such a way how much the most clarified adept; that it had not extracted its knowledge of the romances of sciences; to who no fact of its unfamiliarity could not oppose, no argument that it had not meditado; that it refuted, not for negations, but by means of other more fixed arguments; that it could, at last, attribute to a more logical cause to the facts averiguados.' ' (Esprita Magazine, 1860, P. 271)