God listens whom first?
I mean that our prayers can be listened by God? If yes, then Whose?
God does not have eyes and ears, so there is no question of our voice being heard. LOL
But seriously, this is Samsara and karma follows us in our successive births. What we need to do is imbibe four noble truths, follow eight fold paths and practice rituals and then be born no more.
Right Vinaya, We can only imagine God, but I am sure there is some supernatural power that helps us when we are in need or depressed. Sometimes when we are totally puzzled, hopeless and disheartened , then suddenly we see a ray of hope... I think that hope is given us by God.
by Leaderofmany 6 years ago
How long does one wait to know if the prayer was answered? If that prayer was not answered how do we know that something else was answered instead? What is the power of prayer if we don't have clear answers?
by Sophie 7 years ago
Have you ever listened to that inner voice and taken that singular decision that hurts your flesh?I am talking about those that you know are the best for you whilst your emotions seem to scream out against them...would love to hear from you
by hecate-horus 6 years ago
Don't you think it's silly to debate about the existance of God?It's called Faith people! You either have it or you don't. I'm sick of seeing all these questions and forums about proofing the existance of a Supreme Being. It's a waste of time and effort.
by Rabgix 7 years ago
God dislikes homosexuals. God doesn't want you to work on Sunday. God doesn't want you to touch or eat pigs. God doesn't want you to lie. God doesn't want us to blend fabrics.Seriously? Assuming this all powerful transcendental being exists, why would he be considered with such trivial matters? How...
by Claire Evans 2 years ago
Some say it is psychological and some say it is from devil, like me. Hitler was a devil worshiper and he suffered from night terrors. http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/11277527
by ptosis 6 years ago
"A theological position close to the Popperian philosophy of science is known as the Via Negativa, a view apparently held by the Cappadocian Fathers of the fourth century who based their whole world view on questions that could not be answered. For example, while they believed in God, they did...
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