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One who is very near will always be missed. That is the case with God, He is the most nearest and dearest to every individual. The agony is that we miss his presence in our inner self. He never announces his identity though he is closer to you. Only in deep silence and meditation, we can have a glimpse of his love and grace. You can converse with him every moment since he never moves away from you. This is the highest Truth whether one believes or not.
There is a commonly held belief that we all possess a small spark of the Divine Creator within each of us... our "soul". Its placement wasn't random and reflects one of the roles every human being plays. Part of our purpose is to experience a unique reality and viewpoint for the Creator, allowing essentially the Creator to live through us. Many also regard the process involved in bringing artistic expression to life involves this same soul, where the Creator makes Its presence felt or shown through the new creation.
My answer is that "God" is all of us, each unique expressions of the same unfathomable and unknowable Primal Creator. Affixing human characteristics, such as being of the male gender, is a purely human invention, just like the countless wars waged across the ages because one group wished to enforce their view of "God" on others, and seldom has there not been enormous terror, misery and death attached to these conversion campaigns. The Divine creator, to me, embodies the highest of all energies... that of unconditional love.
To me, God is infinite love and abundance in creation.
We feel a bit of God when we are inspired, when we truly forgive and when we listen to the quiet, still voice within.
God is everything to me. I like to keep a more realistic interoperation of Jesus instead of your stereotypical skinny, blond-haired, blue-eyed, white Jesus. He was a carpenter so he had to have been massively ripped, he was middle eastern, and no matter how much people don't like the fact...he probably looked a lot more like Bin Laden than Fabio. I guess the closest physical interpretation I can muster is Sayid from the series LOST.
by haj33966 years ago
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by Nicole3 years ago
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For those who do believe in God and or his son..what does he mean to you. To me he stands for love, inspiration, sunshiny day..frienz4lif
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