posted on Nov, 18 2011 @ 01:01 AM
What I never get is why people think that anything divine has genitals.
I understand like - understanding male and female and seeing divinity represented by one or the other, as passive or active - you know, the traits.
But the idea that GOD must have breasts or not have breasts or must have a womb or a big WHATEVER - cause you know, that's just weird to me. It's
God is supposed to be infinite, according to the 'good book.' Alpha AND omega...in OUR image we created THEM- whatever. It is there, in the 'good
book' if you look - but if you really think past the PRONOUNS because that's all it is - a bunch of pronouns some preacher used repeatedly to talk
about "GOD" to you - and in fact, in order to LIMIT your CONCEPT of God- Who cares? Come on. He SHE IT Who CARES?
Because if you have an infinite God, and you go down the gender road - then "GOD" if male, is never female. Uh oh, you got a paradox there,
because that's not INFINITE if it is LIMITED.
And we talk around it and talk around it. Male. Female. Caring and Nurturing. Creative and Forceful. Male. Female.
It's so funny, because to me - what I know about the divine - you've ignored the one thing that describes God best - PARADOX - It's somewhere in
your head when the paradox leaves you dazed and confused that you finally get a small grasp of just how GREAT DIVINE PROVIDENCE is....and you know
what they say
"The Lord Giveth, and the Lord Taketh Away"
a statement or proposition that seems self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth.
a self-contradictory and false proposition.
any person, thing, or situation exhibiting an apparently contradictory nature.
an opinion or statement contrary to commonly accepted opinion.