Wednesday, April 1, 2009

god or religion

I'll give you god
No problem
But take him to an
Open field or
Down by the river

Don't put him under
A vaulted ceiling
For then you'll gather
And become

A response to Cosmics post


masterymistery said...
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masterymistery said...

why not down by the river and under a vaulted ceiling?

And everywhere else, for that matter. Everywhere where there is a place to be. omnipresent

attributes of a preferred deity

Shubhajit said...

The religion is the true to our own nature. Unless we develop a faith in ourselves, we can't develop faith in some omnipresent, omniscience force. Rather, it is better to be an outspoken atheist than a hypocrite.

chook said...

Cosmic.... yes I'll let you have him everywhere but it is the religion formed under the vaulted ceiling that causes all the problems. Is it needed?, the god is true to our own nature so why dress him up in religion.

masterymistery said...

it's absolutely indubitably true that organised religion prevents rather than assists people to know god.

Shubhajit, the definition of God that includes omnipresence and omniscience is one definition among many, often contradictory, definitions

human being said...

god should go with the wind...

chook said...

HB...perhaps that's why I have bought a sailboat!