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Re: Does God Exist?

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Posted by John/">John on March 10, 1999 07:58:33 UTC

Hi Mauricio Well I can't resist to the mother of questions! Not that I have the answer, just a few thoughts and questions. The first thing it comes in to my mind is, what difference does it makes the existence or not of God? If we agree to the fact that human mind is trapped in a way of dual function and perception, in a three dimensions world, then starts confusion. I am wondering if all religions and believes make the same mistake, to have the conviction that everything is made for Man's sake. Bible says, God is infinite and unconceived, so the rest of the story is the spice to make the food tastier. Big minds in the past, talked about everything except God. Did, they had the feeling that, God problem is just a human obsession, the apotheosis of vanity and egoism, just a paranoia in simple words? Is there an end? Is there a beginning? Can we reach it with our conscience?

Anyway the placed question will give lots of feedback and information and it would be nice to share it in these pages. Who knows, maybe somebody has the answer! Have a good day John

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