How many attributes do you ascribe for God?
We know our God is Merciful, Kind, Forgiver etc...what else attribute can you ascribe and how do you relate your attitude towards, at least, few of them, for ex if He is Kind then your attitude should be..?
Only one. "NON EXISTING"
Although there may be numerous attributes of person who believes on it!
Thanks krish, by the way what actually non exisitng means?
non existing means which is not present, unreal. I am not in favor of judging or nudging the personal believe of respectable people and i never wants to do it . But any personal fantasy or imagination can be faith and treat it with that way only.
God is All in All. He is birthless and deathless, and again He is in birth and death. Similarly, He is with and without attributes; male and female, and again He is neither. Point here is that Allah is beyond speech and understanding. The Godmen tell us this. Again, Truth is a paradox, so they say that She has attributes also. Let us argue from this standpoint.
It seems that Grace is synonymous with Compassion and are the things that transform our lower nature, as It burns the fires of ignorance from within. An ever-unfolding presence of Grace and transformation of ignorance, will ultimately lead to the higher virtues which It already embodies in infinite measure.
That is: Purity, devotion, sacrifice, steadfastness ... Love is synonymous with God in All, and mercy is an aspect of His Will and Consciousness.
Ultimately, there is nothing but Love or Infinity's Truth. Om Shanti!
Only one -- Love!
But we have so many distortions of this word. By "love" I mean a complete lack of self-concern, treating the other person as if they were your own self, and wishing for them everything that they desire.
God has always been this and only this. We are the ones who have changed from era to era, day to day.
The universe exists, therefore He IS.
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