Sometimes, sitting upon the pavement, I wonder. Is there God? Then I think. Maybe. Yes.
Think of it like this. There is one person in your life, who, when you think of, in your saddest moments, you get happy. That person has the power to make you happy. That person is God-like to you.
Now, there is this one person, one thing, one figment of imagination, one belief, who, when everybody thinks of, they get happy, That person definitely has a lot of power.
I call that person God.
Is that wrong? No.
Is saying that there is Vishnu or Allah or Jesus, wrong? Not exactly. Nothing is wrong, per se. There is God. I’m not denying that. Giving it a name isn’t wrong. Sticking to that name and forcing people into believing that, is wrong.
Why do you want to force your beliefs onto others? What is wrong with pure ‘faith’? Why must you make other people experience the same faith?
Nobody is, as they say, ‘more experienced’. They are just, ‘differently experienced’.
- Dhaval Shethia.