Nah, I used to think that "we're all God" a long time ago, before I became an atheist, before I woke up and rediscovered true spirituality.
Trust me, we're not
I used to rationalize, Okay, the Universe is actually just a big thought process in the mind of God; therefore, I'm a construct
within the mind of God, and everything, therefore, is God.
I outgrew that fallacious notion.
Without dragging you through my torturous trials and tribulations that led to my awakening, suffice to say that I have discovered that not only
is there a God, but he probably has forgotten
Oh My God! HOW
could a Christian possibly say such a thing?
Well, in our case, here on Earth, Christ has already assumed the burden of all Mankind's sin, creating a new covenant between Man and God. We got a
contract, folks. Guaranteed Salvation, all you have to do is call on the name of Jesus, right. End of story.
So, God doesn't have to "watch over" us anymore. The ball's in our court forever, right?
I think God is definitely an entity, a Creator out there somewhere, but that he's probably forgotten all about us. It's our job
Now, that's not saying there aren't instances of divine
intervention and miracles — there certainly are.
You have any doubt, try
walking through the Texas Medical Center sometime and talking with some of the leading scientists in the world. They'll tell your ass but
that there are
miracles and that something beyond their understanding does
bring humans back from Stage 4 terminal
prognoses to make full recovery. No other explanation. And it's the scientists
who will tell you that.
So, if God has forgotten us, who's doing the healing?
Well, there's a triad of God entities, you know... Father (God), Son (Christ), and Holy Spirit
And, baby, you better believe
that the Holy Spirit exists. It's a force that will sit you down, stand you up, dust you off, coif your hair,
clear your mind and set you loose with a new and expanded
perception of life and living. And I don't care if you're a dumbass liberal
atheist or whatever — when the Holy Spirit
touches you, your head is going to be put on straight
, my friend.
No, I'm not preaching.
Actually, the Holy Spirit fascinates me from a paranormal perspective, because this thing is the most powerful entity of possession
ever encountered — and, yes, I've been "Baptized in the Spirit," as my wife terms it in her Catholic parlance.
The difference with the Holy Spirit is that it can come in unannounced, take over your corporeal body, cleanse your mind, erase your past (in your
mind) and then depart
from your corporeal body. And it's a very physical
experience, not merely a temporal one.
Anyway. No, we're not God. There's at least 3 guys running the Universe, and it aint us.
— Doc Velocity