There Is Only Godliness!

In a previous post I talked about when I was a child, I would ask questions of who created us, and who created the one that created us. The questions became unending as they started to unravel unto themselves. With every question, others came that would question those questions.

Until recently, the questions were constantly there and no amount of possible answers to the questions were satisfactory. In consulting my guru and meditating on those questions, I realize that the mind is very cunning in coming up with futile questions to keep itself occupied. At the end of the day, getting answers to those questions do nothing for us except keep our minds focused on something else other than living in the now.

Most of us have been taught that it’s all in the hands of the man upstairs. We project what we think God is or should be in order to be comforted in our seeming state of despair when we can’t explain things or need a way to make sense of certain situations. When I say we project, I mean that we give God personality – perfect, absolute, compassion, omni this, omni that. These are things that is used by every religion.

I propose that we stop projecting those personalities onto something that we’re been trying to define and understand for so long. If we are not there to project, then god simply disappears. The energy or godliness that is left goes on being. In essence, dropping the personality projection, we let God be free from the personality that we have placed upon him. When we’re able to do that, we see things in a whole new light – energy just flows; existence just goes on and on – it goes on being alive.

So, what happens to us when we do that? We awake to the realization that we are responsible for ourselves and that existence is just is. It is indifferent…it’s is well balanced and not in either extreme. We realize that existence is extremely intelligent and that we are that existence. We are the highest evolution of existence and it is dependent on us.

Each one of our goals should be to be non-judgmental, grow beyond mind, and take responsibility for ourselves. Existence will rejoice once we’re able to get that point.

I know most people will probably not agree with what I’ve written here, so I encourage you to let your thoughts be know so we can converse about it.


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2 Responses to There Is Only Godliness!

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  2. Carlos Cortes says:

    In the beginning there had to be just one man and one woman. How did they communicate when they didn’t even speak a language? Do you honestly think we are so smart that we taught ourselves the thousands of languages that exist today? Think about it. Even something as simple as a chair. It’s a simple concept but don’t you need tools to put something that simple together? Even those tools had to be made but by whom. It’s difficult to imagine that us human beings just figured everything out along the way. I have realized that nothing exists without God and that includes intelligence. He knows the hairs on your head (Matthew 10:30) so I would assume that takes a bit of intelligence. He made our minds and knows exactly how it works. That’s why he tells us to renew our minds with his word. To think on things that are true, honest, pure, just, lovely, and of good report (Phillipians 4:8). His commandments (not suggestions) specifically the first two, are that we love him with all our heart, soul, and mind. The second is like unto it, thoug shalt love thy neighbor as thyself. We are free to do what we want but choose to do these things and heaven will rejoice.

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