reply to post by saint4God
The statements at the end were indeed 2 seperate questions to ponder that related to the main OP. And the main OP is just a theory, not a complete
And i don't quite see your point?
Who's starting an argument?
Namaste is a polite way of ending a post, in a way which i am rather fond of. I am sorry if saying "Namaste." to you has offended you.
reply to post by Agree2Disagree
Yeah, i believe in Universal balance.
Ah i see your point, but what im saying is that God as The Source, will have as much hate in it as love. What he contains is everything that is in the
Universe, but it is not in the same quantities.
reply to post by prevenge
I personally believe we all contain a fragment of God, but that is why some people hate more than love and vise versa. God is the one collective of
the Universe, so you need not to hate yourself, but something else will.
reply to post by OmegaPoint
I like you, but that point could be expanded on, don't you?
reply to post by cindymars
I'm from a Christian background, but my reference to The Source as "God" is only to make conversation easier. The Source is where everything in the
Universe came from. We have emotions, so where did they come from. The Source MUST contain emotions.
reply to post by ladyinwaiting
Erm, i don't see your point. We have a free will, yes. A free will to manifest our reality into the way we see fit.
Ultimately the only two ways this can be are by either chosing Love, a postive emotion, or Fear, a negative.
reply to post by dooper
I'm not blaming God for anything. God isn't a physical being capable of being blamed. What we do is all our fault.
reply to post by UmbraSumus
The way i see God is the Source. God created everything we have, and since we have emotions, then they must be from somewhere.
reply to post by LordBucket
I define God as the Source, and the creator. The Source that everything came from, which includes emotions. We are capable of hate, which therefore
means that The Source contains Hate.
reply to post by Tayesin
I like your comparrision. The atoms/cells in our skin.
It makes sense i guess.
Not quite sure what to say to it, other than thanks.
Thanks for a good reply.
reply to post by HumilityIsKey
Can you really incorrectly answer a question about something which may not actually exist?
And those 2 questions are not something i am pondering?
reply to post by FouL-LiveR
Since when was God a magical man in the sky?
reply to post by Titen-Sxull
Are you sure what happens in our everyday lives has anything to do with God?
Namaste. (If anyone has taken offence to me saying that, then sorry