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When words are limited.

How Do You Imagine God?
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How do you imagine God? your photo/ link/ video has been held for approval by a moderator The problem with words is that they are symbols that create limit. Anything I say about God is limited. Other people are better at this anyway. When the Buddha was asked about God he was silent. I can talk about love, beauty, goodness, truth, and compassion. I can speak about them as they are not dependant on belief, dogma, religion, or rituals. As an artist, a Buddhist, a feminist, a Gay Woman, and a writer I can talk about love. Ask me about love.
How do you imagine God? your photo/ link/ video has been held for approval by a moderator The problem with words is that they are symbols that create limit. Anything I say about God is limited. Other people are better at this anyway. When the Buddha was asked about God he was silent. I can talk about love, beauty, goodness, truth, and compassion. I can speak about them as they are not dependant on belief, dogma, religion, or rituals. As an artist, a Buddhist, a feminist, a Gay Woman, and a writer I can talk about love. Ask me about love.

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Published October 11, 2010

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