Today I recieved an awesome response on one of my past posts entitled, “Thought Exercise [Eliminating ‘is’].”
(check out the comments)
…and It was such a good response, it got me thinking about what ‘GOD’ really is, and I would like to share with you my response, which can be read, out of context, and still hold ‘water.’
I am constantly changing, both in my physical and mental ‘world,’ and the more I read into spiritual and religious subjects, I find that it’s becoming increasingly difficult for me to pin-point what ‘proof/evidence’ of “GOD” really is.
A lot of what I’ve been reading talks in depth about how we each ‘create’ our own unique perception of the world. Mind over matter.
All of this leaves me thirsty for more, and on as I go, I find I know very little. So in a sense it confuses me as to why so many people are firm in their own beliefs, yet without hard-evidence(and many cease to question & refine).
But I guess evidence could mean ‘something in a physical sense’ but it also can differ depending on that individual’s own unique definition of what ‘GOD’ is or is not.
Was ‘GOD’ found when Albert Hofmann discovered LSD-25? Many people have had a religious/spiritual journey while on LSD, and most come out with an overall feeling of interconnectivity with mankind as a whole.
I guess what I am getting at now, is that “GOD” seems to be unique to the thinker, just as a fingerprint is.