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Posted by Aurino Souza on April 1, 2002 14:42:12 UTC

Hi Harv,

That's my way of looking at the issue. I think we beat this subject enough already, but if you want to have the last word have at it.

I appreciate the fact that you look at the issue from a different perspective, but all I'm saying is that I don't understand what the word God means, and you are saying I'm wrong. That doesn't make sense, how can I be wrong when I fail to understand something?

In any case, I do have my own personal definition of God. To me it's "the ultimate mystery". Wherever I see the word God I replace it with "the ultimate mystery", and suddently it all makes sense. So that's how I solved the conundrum around the fuzziest word I ever came across. Other people of course arrive at different solutions so there is no final word. At least not until The Ultimate Mystery speaks for Itself.

Humbly,

Aurino

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