What defines us?
Are we simply a single object in time, creating in the liking of what exists? If so, can we define it as an algorithmic substance within the space of infinity? Are infinity not God?
Would that not mean that God will always be part of what has created us, not just as the human body but also as a consciousness?
Or is God “who god is” that we, through millenniums of misconceptions, believe one day, will walk the earth as a human?
For us to recognize what God is, we have to come to terms with the fact that God is in everything, and if so, it can be measurable. As a divine being, we are not able to prove or deny what God might be. We simply don’t have the tools to calculate or understand the layers of infinity and can, therefore, not see if God exists within.
Is it not up to the individual to believe? As Pascal suggests, waging the outcome within your belief concludes that believing is better than not believing. ((Stumpf and Fieser)
So what have we lost if we believe in something that doesn’t exist in the form we trust? And if so, what if God is “beings” and not an infinite consciousness that exists in everything we see and sense?
Would we believe that “is it” that day we are united here on earth, or would we deny the presence of such divine force?
Would that mean that our religious beliefs will cease to exist as a church, or would it come together in an even stronger format now that people are not so confused about what God might be as a divine being?
How would we be able to calculate the difference between absolute truth and fact?
As humans become wiser, our view on how the existence of what surrounds us grows. Our past doesn’t define who we are but examples of what we believe we should be looking for in the future. We are neither wrong nor right in our observation. Our minds are too simple to understand the difference. As curious observant, one day, we will look back wondering, what made us believe in what we saw? Just like children, we have to start in one place, and as we grow, our desire for the absolute truth will be satisfied by the belief in infinity.
Stumpf, Samuel Enoch, and James Fieser. Philosophy. Mcgraw-Hill Education, 2015, kindle version.
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Tranum, K., 2022. Intro-to-quantum-psychology.