posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 12:10 PM
Consider a piece of pure white paper that is bigger than your entire field of vision. You're looking at this white color and from your perspective,
you would see absolutely nothing, because there is no contrast or form with which you can see something in comparison to "other".
Now, if a black dot appeared in the middle of this vision, you would alas, see something. You would say that the black dot "exists". But in reality
the black dot isn't a "thing" or an object. It's an illusion, something that only "exists" because it has contrasted itself against a
background. But in reality, you are still looking at the white piece of paper.
Apply this to the idea of God. If God is EVERYTHING, then God does not experience existence unless he contrasts himself against the other parts of
himself. Without separation, there can be no experience of existence. Therefore, as you look at any component of creation (planets, stars, people,
animals etc) You are only looking at the different forms of the whole. YOU are a dot on this white paper of creation. You think that you are
separate from creation or (God) and that you exist as separate from everything else, but in reality, you are just a contrasted form of GOD, an
illusion created to experience existence.
Dawkins doesn't see this. He searches for a form or thing that is called God, a unsolvable quest. If you could see God, as a form or an entity,
then what is outside of his borders? However, if you are truly aware, you would see that every form of creation is a perceived contrast against the
whole. You would see that you and everyone/everything around you, is God.