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Posted by Paul R. Martin on July 12, 2003 04:07:23 UTC

Hi Mike,

Good to hear from you.

I agree with the sentiments you expressed in your post. I think your questions were meant to be rhetorical, but it will be fun to answer them anyway, so I will.

"As Thee sayeth, can we, including stars and quasars too, be any more than thoughts in the Mind of what's-her-name?"

That depends on what you mean by "we", white man (I told you this would be fun). If, by "we" you mean merely bodies, brains, stars, and quasars, then no, we are nothing more than thoughts in the mind of God. But, if by "we" you mean the conscious thinking knowing part of us, then yes, we are more than simply the thoughts in the mind of God.

"What could be more than being that?"

We are God herself.

Of course you realize that this is nothing more than my humble opinions. No warranty is express or implied.

Warm regards,


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