Imagine God

Imagine 'god' coming again and again, feeling new each time, each generation alive like never before (with the advent of the internet suddenly staring into each other's faces seeing this newness /difference like never before).  Or said another way, imagine consciousness coming here over and over again in myriad of various forms unending.  Never perfect, always new for the ones living it out.  Suddenly seeing itself all together in a different light than was recently seen/known (further back maybe happened in the past also), thinking it has /could find all the answers that the consciousnesses before it haven't.  Still not perfect, still growing, not yet all- knowing? If it was perfect to know all the answers to life and how things should or should not be, would not be here.... Earth.

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comment left on a poem, "O, Say Can You See" by Lawrence Pertillar /,-say-can-you-see

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Submitted by Soul_00 on June 12, 2024

Modified by Soul_00 on June 12, 2024

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