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    When one loses the deep intimate relationship with nature, then temples, mosques and churches become important.
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    Great videos Qlypse. God is indescribable.

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    True say ...... God cannot be described in the human mind ...... u can but it will and cannot be accurate in the very sense of the word........

    Good thread Q ...... lets start with this

    if i say that God is the all of it, in everything, the sum of all of it .....

    what im i saying here ........

    have i placed limitations on "the" unlimited?
    conditionality on the unconditional ?
    statistics are what other people have chosen to make real.

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    Yes good point. To give God a description is to put God within the finite. But God is unlimited and infinite so anything that puts God within the graspable reduces his/her omnipotence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neo View Post
    Yes good point. To give God a description is to put God within the finite. But God is unlimited and infinite so anything that puts God within the graspable reduces his/her omnipotence.
    brilliant point neo ...... i will add though that absolutely, description of God is inapplicable....... the word God itself points to a concept that strives to looses acquaint the mind with infinity and the absolute all that is ....... infact i just did what i just wrote lol lol lol lol
    statistics are what other people have chosen to make real.

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