posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 03:34 AM
Why does it matter who God is or is not?
Or where God is or is not?
You've been on a journey, and have done many things in your search. You've read many accounts of perspective in your path, you've considered many
ideas, many facets of what it means to be you. But still ask the question who is God?
God's the story teller who asks you to tell stories to others. Stories that make us all braver, stories that make us all smarter, well rounded,
better sharers, better lovers, more caring, better warriors, better fathers and mothers, better imagineers, crazier dreamers, more forgiving, better
creators, better teachers, better inspirers, better psychologists, better impressionists, better robots or clones or tv personalities or birds or bees
or corporations or governements, better pirates or game players or thinkers, better at failure, better at losing, better at winning. Better at seeing
your name in lights or not, better at understanding your name can be used as can your identity and it's ok, things will put you through trials and
tribulations, and when you wake up and realize it all...
Finally you'll see.
God's an idea. Not a set of rules to live by. God's a design of an idea that you live your life searching until you've exhausted all your searches
and realize, he's never left the house. He's always around. He's you, he's me, he's your lover, your friend, your worst enemy when you need one,
and your best friend when you have none.
But most of all. God is the storyteller.
And asks that you quit seeking his story out. It's out there. It will find a way of coming out for you to know.
He asks you this: Go find your story. Who are you? Now go tell your story.
Don't go to God for that. He can always be included in your story. That is, if he's a he.....