Life’s Big Questions

Life’s Big Question #3

If you could ask God one question, what would it be?

I would ask God WHY did you deliver your messages in such a way that they can be interpreted in so many ways and then twisted and spun to suit the desires of individuals and groups of individuals. WHY make us guess, speculate and hypothesize, why not be straight up and just tell us the way it is—I have read that had you done so this would have put your believers at the time in danger. Well, just let me say it has created all kinds of problems not the least of which has been eternal wars!

 

Life’s Big Questions #2

Life’s Big Question #2

What do you think happens when you die?

If this is all there is, then what is the point? I’ll tell you what I believe tomorrow.

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Well, I promised my answer today to the question “What happens when you die?” Well, I believe there will be 70 tall, dark, and handsome hunks waiting just for me!! The Devil made me do it!! Teehee!!

Seriously, I believe that death is simply stepping out of an old overcoat (my body) and stepping into the next room—the spiritual dimension—the place where my Soul, my Spirit returns–the place from whence it came. You will notice I didn’t say anything about or Heaven or Hell. That’s because I don’t believe in them at least not as places we go when we die—they are places we create right here on earth. I believe that the Kingdom of Heaven lives in us as our very personal soul connection—it is palpable—we can feel it. I believe that Hell is our separation from God believing that He is separate from us—out there somewhere. I’m hoping someone will engage in this conversation with me—there is so much to talk about 😉

 

 

Some more thoughts on God…

Some more thoughts on God…

Perhaps it is easier to describe/define God through our hearts rather than our minds. That being the case, I can best describe God through my FEELINGS! I can FEEL God—I FEEL a warmth, a sense of well-being in my heart when I think of God. I FEEL His caress in the breeze and the warmth of the sun on my face when I’m out walking. I FEEL His protection when I am driving. I can FEEL a peace come over me in stressful situations. I receive His guidance through my FEELINGS and through the synchronicities He arranges in my life—I call Him the Great Choreographer—placing people and events in my life at just the right time for my ultimate benefit.

 

How do you define God?

When I was a child and for a long time thereafter, I thought God was this old man in the sky that was kinda like Santa Claus making a list and checking it twice to see who was naughty or nice. And he answered your prayers if he thought you were nice and he was in a good mood. When I was a child, I thought as a child–it was like seeing through a glass darkly but I see clearly now and have come to know that God is Energy. Energy can be described as the substance that can never be created or destroyed, it always was and always has been, it is everything that has ever existed, it’s moving into form, through form and out of form. This substance is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe and that includes me.

How do you define God?