God, it seems to be agreed, is above and beyond human ability to grasp or conceptualize.
Whatever qualities or characteristics humans describe as pertaining to God must be, of necessity, in accordance with our limited comprehension or experience.
God, the thinking goes, is so far exceeding the dimensionality of human conjecture that we have only an infinitesimal appreciation of what it means to be “God.”
Think no restriction within space/time, or, an infinite transcendence of space or time so as to defy what we consider to be the laws of nature and laws of physics.
What if there are no accidents, that everything is necessary?
What if there is no coincidence, that everything is connected and interconnected by intricate cause and effect, a butterfly effect, mirror neurons, spooky action at a distance, quantum entanglement?
What if what we call a “thought” is a physical creative material that floats through space and time, through our body and mind, with no intention other than propagating and proliferating itself in, with, and through whatever it meets and activates?
If “God” is “what is” how do we sort through what we consider the good and moral and the bad and immoral?
When so-called “bad” people harm and maim, or when “good” people help and heal, are both these activities indistinguishable in the ledger-scales of universal assessment?
Throughout human history we’ve wondered about God.
Deists say God created then went missing. Theists say God intervenes in human life. Atheists say none of the above.
Are we alone? Or, are we all one? Or, perhaps, we are the all, each thought and act billiarding every aspect of the extended all.
When we say “God help us” are we really pleading with what we are to be what we are beneficially?
Do I believe in God?
God help me…
I don’t know…