Thursday, July 19, 2012

  From a seeker:-  And the questions go on and on... The mind asks a question and gets an answer then heaps more questions – is there a god, yes, why, where is he, what does he look like, which language does he speak.  Did god create the world, yes, why and why on that day, and what was the time – Monday morning, Thursday?  Why did he choose to create it that day and not the next or an eon before or after and what has he been doing since.  He was said to work for six and then rested and it seems he’s done nothing since.  What sort of a roll model is this.  Why does there have to be a god any way, are we so afraid of being responsible for our actions?  Do we need a god to blame, to justify our actions?The mind asks a question and gets an answer then heaps more questions – is there a god, yes, why, where is he, what does he look like, which language does he speak.  Did god create the world, yes, why and why on that day, and what was the time – Monday morning, Thursday?  Why did he choose to create it that day and not the next or an eon before or after and what has he been doing since.  He was said to work for six and then rested and it seems he’s done nothing since.  What sort of a roll model is this.  Why does there have to be a god any way, are we so afraid of being responsible for our actions?  Do we need a god to blame, to justify our actions?

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