So many times gods are characterized living above this world, detached from it, yet controlling and manipulating people and events; inanimate objects — rocks, mountains, trees, earthquakes here and there; yeah, even the wind, rain, sun, lightning bolts; well, let’s throw in entire planets, gravity, the whole space-time continuum. After all, a god is a god and can do anything they well please to do. Can we, PLEASE, have the choice of a god who has a different mindset?
How about a Deity sitting back, assessing the condition of humanity and surmises, “Just as it is difficult to recapture water that is seeping into the ground, after it is poured from a cup: humanity is lost . . . and should be retrievable“.
Retrievable. Second chance. Relocating. New Life. A better way than what we, humanity, knew before.
Knew before what: Continue reading “In Time, God Comes Through (Christmas Thoughts)”