Why strive to become “a” god when you’re already “the” God? (+ a P.S.)

A reader who saw my About Me page asked, “Why are you a god?” It stirred an interesting response in me, so I thought I’d take a quick break from the NWO watch and share my answer…

I personally view the desire to be a god as an unworthy aim born of impure motivations. Besides, I am not “a” god – I am “the” god, and so are you, and so is every living thing in every corner of Creation. It is Consciousness indwelling form that makes a living thing, so “God” dwells in every living being (even the nasty ones).

All forms arise from definitions, and every definition ascribed to a form increases its level of limitation. This being so, the “pieces” / “focal points” of Consciousness indwelling forms can sometimes experience frustration and dissatisfaction, and some strive to become something they see as being “more” than what they currently are. That is a valid choice, just as it’s a valid choice to accept one’s limitations and savor the unique flavor of experience it offers.

But what about those who strive to be “gods”? Why do they do it? Is it so they can wield power over other focal points of Consciousness? Is it so they can feel “better than” others? Given the limitless perspectives from which any form can be compared to another, there is no such thing as “better than”; there is only “different than.” Since I have no desire to exercise power over others or to be seen as “better than,” I feel no urge to become “a” god.

I am experiencing being human right now, and however painful and frustrating I often find it, it’ll do. The mission I’ve chosen for my life is crystal-clear: I will see my son safely through his life and do what good I can on the side. Striving for godhood just doesn’t fit into that.

Thanks for the question…

P.S. – Another reader brought this to my attention: Tomorrow’s summit is the Eurozone’s 13th. I wrote an update about it in the previous entry. Just scroll down or click here.