Tuesday, March 04, 2008

The Almighty

"Trust me, I will take you through the rains and the storms".
"Who are you?"
"The One who is responsible for your existence, for what is called love, for the rains and the storms."
"Ha! Rains and storms and love all have the same source! You cannot be God can You? The God who immerses us in the rain of love, and who drowns us in the storms of life, how can You, oh my, have a dual personality varying from one extreme to another?"
"The rains of love, I cannot give you alone. For you might emerge a better God of the rain of love. You may not emerge a better benefactor for delivering the storms of life..."


shadows said...

he who is god has to be dual. in face and the faceless. in the almighty and the son, in the rains and the storm. in the krishna and the kali(the last incarnation). in the perfection and the imperfection...
in the devatva and the manushatva

but god isn't an angry god, he doesn't punish. he just takes us through highs and lows...teaches us that what we reap is what we would sow. he teaches us to become gods...become perfect and learn from mistakes....


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