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Re: Why Mystify?

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Posted by Human I. Scientist.God on July 6, 1998 23:53:13 UTC

: But tell me, you believe in god ?

I look at Space. I see material moveing. I see purpose of everything. I see that material has forms. These form has life. I see that these everything is is Space. What i see, is very beautiful. Also i can see, living things, born and die. Living and saddness. I can see, that different religionist make war. I can see human brains work sometimes stupid. My brains also. I have feelings. Learnings. History. Life is. Nature is. Space is.

I cannot say; God is. I cannot say; God dont is. Is is what we can sense.

I can say. I must live my life, Love,Peace and Thruth. It is easy to say, but it is not easy job.

This morning was very nice. Earth was rotating and i can see sun-shining. Water-moisture rising at lakes. I heard birds talking. I see some cloudies flying under the blue, nice color atmosphere. I feel good. I feel whole. What else i can see. Im a human.

I trust nature creator, that i do that what i can do. Sometimes my brains control me history-memory, and i make stupid things. Im only a poor lonesome Human.

Your question; Do i believe God?

I believe Natural God.

I dont believe Gods, which has label, Made by Human.

I cannot say it other way.

Love. H.

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