If I were God in the sense of being omnipotent (all other possible omnis follow from this one), then I would be perfectly fulfilled and wouldn't take any action whatsoever, except perhaps to destroy myself due to the futility and pointlessness of my own existence. That seems to me to be the most realistic answer I can give, but hopefully someone else will come up with something more interesting.
Just because you were omnipotent doesn't me you couldn't get bored or lonely.
if i were god i would've done the same as what it has been doing now. being god.
And it doesn't mean you wouldn't need to go to the bathroom either, but I cannot justify assuming that an omnipotent being would need the bathroom/get lonely.
By "perfectly fulfilled" I only meant 'not lacking anything'. If an omnipotent being had desires, it would also have the power to remove these desires, and instantly fulfil itself in any way required.
They do their best.
ediggity, I believe the second part of the passage of mine which you quoted will answer you as well as anything I type here could.
The question is 'what would you do'. I have stated what I would do.
I'd make my existence known somehow. Then I would punish and reward as I see fit, to keep humanity on the most efficient road to progress. I'd basically do what the Overlords did in Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End. I don't expect human beings to be as obedient, but if there were physical evidence of God early on in man's history, it could at least eliminate the destructive conflicts of competing "faiths," which I believe is a hindrance on technological progress.
I would also create an insanely scary sea monster that could destroy all human beings if they persist in acting up. Something like Cthulu, but like ten times the size.
I'd put one of those training collars on everyone and when they wanted proof I am who I am and I mean what I say I'd zap'em! If that caused them to say I wasn't a loving God I'd give some lighting love!
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Hope this gives you an idea=)
If I was god I would not be limited to making man faulty and then blaming him and all his ancestors for it forever that is for sure!
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