The divine is omnipresent…

God is in everyone and everything,

After the winter comes the spring,

The divine is not limited by anyone or anything ,

All that matters is a wonderful impartial thing…

Some may consider these line awesome . Some may view this as pantheism or animism…Well , with all objectivity , love and impartiality I say , things in life and vast spaciousness or pure consciousness whether in form or beyond the forms we see , hear , taste , smell or touch , are as they are beyond the duality and polarity or judgement or even observation …Regardless of how we perceive and look at things, whether we are religious or not , things are whatever they really are and sometimes beyond our understanding . Infinite number of timelines exist and so we shpuld question everything always and renew our concepts and life insights. We should try to upgrade our understanding inside outside to broaden our awareness .As a particular example , sometimes , animals have more extrasensory perceptions that even the most advanced man-made machines may or may not even foresee or predict like the Tsunami that happened in previous decades in South and Southest Asia . Some cats and dogs took their offsprings away from the seashore or seaside to protect them .Pure consciousness and divine light is never separate from any creature and every creature absorbs as much divine energy and wisdom as much as it can …

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  1. Actually, there is no evidence for multiple timelines any more than there is for “alternate universes.” These are fantasies best left to the novelist and not worth the effort brilliant men such as Stephen Hawking and Richard Dawkins give them. They err because they did not know the power of God nor His revelation of Himself.
    There is evil where God is not. There are those who align with it and will not accept the love and holiness that is available in knowing God. Such are to be pitied, not hated.

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