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We are obsessed with abstracting a lifeless concept of 'God'. My personal opinion is that 'God' is just another 'consciousness' ~ and is just like us. This consciousness is behind the sunrise that we witness everyday, everywhere. It's an entity which is alive, just as we are. It's not a dead, 'existed somewhere in past, detached from reality, dreamlike 'mythological God' that we have been made to believe that It is.
This living 'God' is the energy that is sustaining this grand software program ~ which is our universe. The 'adobe of God' is a place bursting with 'light'.
Your description of this god seems rather ambiguous and a big departure from the orthodox view. If you are correct, in your definition, of what value is such an existence to human life, that it is, "us".?
Let us imagine a hypothetical situation to answer your question:
Imagine that someone has become bankrupt after gambling everything in business. He has become homeless. His friend takes him to a house and then leaves, without giving him ANY instruction.
Now, this man indulges himself in this new dwelling. This house is (much) better than the house he himself had, before he lost all his assets. He opens the fridge ~ turns on the TV ~ after an hour he unlocks the garage and pulls the door of the '97 Golf VW, jumps in it, and drives to Santa Monica.
Six months later: the owner of the house returns from a trip from Hawaii, with his wife and his children. He calls the police, and this man finds himself in a prison.
The point is: that we are not here (in this world/universe) for very long. (Roughly speaking) both of us, 70 years later, will be elsewhere. And it would benefit us if we get to know, beforehand, 'the owner of the universe'.
Would anyone leave their house to a homeless person without instructions? I can't imagine this happening in the real world, but perhaps the Bizarro world, it might.
If you wish to indulge us in your hypothetical situations and musings, could you at the very least make them somewhat plausible? The mind is a funny thing, it gets baffled when presented with word salads.
And, the person who left the house didn't see that coming?
But, of course, that's the first thing he's going to do, which the owner of the house simply failed to recognize.
Really? This guy owns a "much better house" than the other guy, takes trips to Hawaii for six months, yet leaves his house to a homeless person.
But, he left the house to a homeless person with no instructions. Obviously, the homeless guy was free to take the car, why would he think any different.
Did you actually think any of this through? Is there a point?
If the owner of the universe has as much brains as the guy who left his house to a homeless person without instruction and then leaving for six months, then we are in serious trouble.
I reread this OP several times and searched my mind for a response here and the best I can come up with universally common colloquial expression ..."Huh..."
I need to make two corrections:
1. "The 'adobe of God' is a place bursting with 'light'."
~ I meant 'abode of God', and not 'adobe of God'. 'adobe' was a typing mistake.
2. "His 'friend' takes him to a house and then leaves, without giving him ANY instruction. Six months later: the 'owner' of the house returns from a trip from Hawaii, with his wife and his children.
~ I must make it clear that 'the friend' and 'the owner' are two separate persons.
He (the protagonist) had a friend who brought him (the protagonist) to save him (the protagonist) from homelessness.
Six months later, the owner (the antagonist) of the house returned from his trip. He didn't know that this man (the protagonist) was living in his house.
You are using an analogy of humans as a foundation for an omnipotent being?
Sorry, but your corrections doesn't make the story and less absurd.
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