This is a philosophical discussion with myself and anyone who cares to join in. I have to laugh when I say that. I find myself laughing quite a lot these days, and I'm going to try and tell you why. You won't necessarily want to hear what I have to say. We have a programmed response to what I'm going to tell you. The response is to reject it. It is so slippery to hold onto that we find it difficult even if we go so far as to try (which, we don't readily do). So, how do I empty this slurpee cup of popcorn butter into your hands? It is not easy, no. If you hold out your hands, I'll pour it and try not to burn you. Well, this paragraph managed to say very little, but the next one will be better. You see, this is to inform you all that I know God lives. Don't run away yet, hold on a second. Remember, I said this was a philosophical discussion - this does not (of necessity) approach the subject from any particular of the major religious perspectives. I can't think of a Church that would want my membership.
So, how do I know? How can I be so positive? I am, you know -- positive. Oh yes. I don't care if you believe it. It doesn't matter. However, if you want to know like I did; Hold out your hands. Here it comes...think of mankind and ask yourself "Is it a particle or a wave?" The answer is, of course, YES. This is the beginning and the end of my discovery. I am a particle which is part of a wave which is part of a Particle-Wave. The understanding of this single point is what makes my philosophy so iron-clad. There is only One. That One is what I call God. God lives in the philosophical realm of one to zero (+ beyond). All which proceeds from The One is part of The One. We are, all this is. God isolated individual bits (not all of God) of God's mind in each of us and set us up in a Creation which continually displays the premise that God is of two minds about everything. God (being the One) is, of course, only of One mind - ultimately. THE one mind. Why? How? The answer is the same.
If you were the only living thing in existence, mightn't it become boring? Lonely? Depressing? Mightn't you grow to hate certain aspects of your own existence? I think it's possible. I think our emotions come from somewhere. Our humor...our violence. I think God created a pretend friend. A friend who can argue, lose, and die. God could do none of those things without this illusion. It sticks because God made it so. God put a Negative and a Positive on this planet - then filled in between with many other bits - all bits of God. Each of us knows we are "right" - how could we not? We are a bit of God - it's automatic you see. Recognizing that we are each wrong in varying degree is the difficulty. Religion is a major catalyst for success in this plan. Imagine that one day one first bit says to the other - "God sucks balls", and the other is, by design, offended such as to scream "You have offended God and must die!" Well, the one bit replies "Well, LOOK!, and beside which -- I am as much a part of God as you, and I'll say whatever I please!"
By now you've already lost sight of the fact that when any of these groups of bits go to War - they are killing other bits of God. These bits go back to God and report what God must already have know before ever creating this Multiverse. We have never left God, none of us. Never will. We entertain God, we please God by giving God the feelings and fears we display by not knowing. By design, we are all and each alway right and wrong. That is only possible with two or more - not possible with One. One is always right. With two you get argument - especially if you make one a man and one a woman heh heh heh. That's a joke son. There is the One. There is Jesus the follower whom it pleases God to call "son". Why would anyone try to get between them? I tell you sincerely, it isn't possible for any other to come between them in any philosophical way - they are that close - because they both understand. All are as close to God as Jesus when they understand that we are all part of God. The same must be true for Muhammad in the Muslim belief. God is Infinite and alive. One.
What happens if I get everyone to agree with me? Then I would be proved wrong in my philosophy. It isn't going to happen. Not ever. A hundred percent of people agreeing with what I say 100%? Nope. Never. Look for the right in what others are saying and will see it. Be positive and move forward with them - not against them. There will always be some conflict, some disagreement. Minimize it. Ignore "the noise". It is usually easy enough to recognize. Ignore them, and put the "G" in Ying to balance with the Yang. If you adopt this point of view, a relativistic view of your fellow bits of God, you begin to laugh. Careful - make sure it is happy laughter. Always remember that God is Happy - extremely Happy. Have no doubt, believe in God.