Ain’t no wrong answer. Is God dead? Is God everything? Does he wear Groucho glasses? Is he your dog? Tell me about God as you know God.
Is he, as a longtime online contact of mine offered, “personal, redeeming, serenity, all”? Is he, as I illustrated here, a bit on the sarcastic side at times?
You can answer here in the comments below
Or you can tell a friend about God. Tell someone you know will take it the right way.
If you prefer to tell your journal about God, privately, do that. I, for one, find it more useful and enjoyable to tell another person about God, but that’s me. Do you.
Or just think about God. What does he look like, smell like? Does he do things, does he be things?
Is he Jesus Christ? Allah? A butterfly? A stinkbug? If you want to get specific like that, go for it. Maybe you just want to invent him your own way, too. That’d be fine.
Maybe you think God is a figment of the human imagination. That’s fine too. Tell me about God.
Me, my idea of God is he’s everything. But again, that’s just me. I also tend to go for the Jesus-as-God thing, but only as an entry point. God talks to me, I talk to him. I call him “him”. I don’t use the uppercase. He lives in my heart. He is my heart. He’s supernatural. He’s an anthropomorphism. He makes the truck go. I tell you this because it’s only fair; if I am to ask you to tell me about God, I should share too.
Your idea of God should come from you, though. Don’t necessarily argue with me, just tell me your idea of God even if it’s different from mine. Or even if it’s the same as mine. I follow the Old Turtle school of thought: I happen to think everyone’s idea of God is “correct” in that he encompasses everything and everyone, including our thoughts (whatever thoughts are, anyway.)
It’s good to talk about God. It tends to bring the good vibes. It tends to heal and set things right.
And lest we forget to laugh: