What if God were the totality of humanity?
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What if God were not simply "good," or "bad," but they were multilayered and indefinable. That each of us humans and animals and plants was effectively God expressing in her seemingly "flawed" ways. That YOU are God! Wo... sounds yucky, cringry, weird and a phrase that i, at least, want to run away from. How dare I or you or any of us liken ourselves to something so Magnificent and omnipresent as the G word. But is it so absurd? If we can get passed the uncomfortably part of saying "I am God," and also add, "and so is everyone/thing else" can we begin to feel the grace of being alive? Can we begin to approach how incredible it is that you are here at all-- and how important you are to the fabric that is the reality of Right Now? Can you look into the eyes of a stranger and really see the breath of God moving through them?
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The great thing about this idea of God is that we will never know. So you say God is real and he/she/they/it is this definable being. Others scoff at the very idea of God and instead point to biology and chemistry and evolution to explain all of this. But I like the idea that we're all just searching for meaning, ultimately without any idea that Grace is not just IN us, but that we ARE that grace--we are pure divinity being expressed. I of course don't really know what we are, and I definitely don’t'/won't know what God is. But it feels fitting that that which we seek to understand most MAY be the thing that seeks itself. What if this mind game was the point. The seeker seeks itself, blindly looking everywhere but within. The Truth, sadly, is beyond my tiny eyes and my squishy brain...even if it is all God. πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
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Once again, I have no idea. This is just my ticking human brain

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