What you say makes sense.Seems logical.
Do you think that all people who lay reference to judaic/abrahamic writs all see god in the way you describe him/her?
Can you see that that one male god may be a representation (just in flesh) of God,which is a perfect balance of male and female?
It would be incredibly shallow to think of god as some old guy in the sky who punishes people or even just some human shape and thats it.
That would be a bit like saying your woman is just a body and that is what you worship-her body.Your relationship with,even your woman(if it carries depth)is more about the qualities she has,even when her body gets older you are still loving of her heart or essence or qualities,even when her body ceases function and she transitions,you still love her,but you found the qualities of her in Flesh,not out in space or something.Isnt a 'god' figure about seeing the most amazing qualities 'in them' and then becoming the reflection of what you see?Isnt nature or whatever meant to just reflect and remind you of what you allready are and have inside- seeing all is one?What do you think.
Thankyou for the response.Forward...
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