The meaning of Angel Number 1024: The number of the knowing curious. Have you ever rejected the existence of something just because you felt like it seems that it is too easy to just believe that there is something out there that could not be explained by science, by logic, by data? Do you feel like believing in something that is intangible and is simply hearsay at best is no different from believing in lies?
Have you ever felt like the entire concept of mysteries is ridiculous and should not be spent time on for fear that it might affect your rational thinking? Have you ever tried to define what is rational just to straighten up your story and feel like you are walking on the right track?
If these questions felt like they are talking to you deeply, conversing with your soul, and trying to bring out your inner thoughts, then you are probably not the skeptic that you think you are. Like what was said, the world is full of mysteries, and yet despite denying it for so long, you are here, reading this page, word per word. You are not a skeptic, and perhaps you know that already. You are trying to lie to yourself, but your angels are not so convinced.
The number of the knowing curious is an odd manifestation of one’s faith – it challenges you to go beyond what you know because it knows that you know more than what you are accepting. The thing is, there are a lot of inexplicable things in the universe, and it is not about to run out of mysteries any time soon. The world is full of unknowns – so much so that we even have a word for it: faith.
Your angels are aware that you have difficulties in trying to believe, but they are not about to take that away from you. You know it within yourself and your angels know it too. The world is so vast to know everything about it. Having a little faith is not the worst thing in the world, and it is certainly not the worst thing to accept that you had faith all along. Your angels are trying to praise you for your search for answers, but rejecting what you do not know is becoming counterproductive for yourself as well. Faith is never a bad thing. What do you have to lose, after all?