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Does God Have Emotions?

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Posted by Cosmetric electric surgeon on June 29, 2000 04:30:06 UTC

It seems all of life lies along a range or varios ranges (some with no end or beggining). Take for instance the light spectrum, the rules of quantum attraction versus gravity on a cosmic scale, audio range, number scale, energy âLuX-uation differentials, or the simpler things in life; the span of love and hate the answers, (though more absolute than range specific) YES,NO....MABEY SO.
my thoughts have always been that god exist within all these ranges some where. Perhaps most likley in between and all around, or at the neutral point of all that combines, and divides lives, and dies, but where are gods eyes? have you heard its voice lately? Mabey god truly is that which never existed at all, and at the same time has SURVIVED forever. One more question to ask yourself... was god greater, or far beyond the universe when it created the universe, or was it lesser than that of the universe upon creation, creating a universe better than or equal to its own greatness...seems as though we will never know, but I must admit that as this fucked up world turns it sure is fun trying to find god...mabey that is the point.

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