God is Now Here

The infinite is a circle whose circumference is nowhere and whose center is everywhere.

The paradox of the infinite is that, in the same moment it reduces us to insignificance, it puts us at the very center of existence.

That means right where you are sitting.

The infinite is here and now. There’s nowhere else it can be.

God is wherever you are.

The hardest thing to admit is — what we already know.

 

 

6 thoughts on “God is Now Here

  1. Pingback: God is Now Here | Aquila ka Hecate

  2. goad
    /gōd/
    Noun
    A spiked stick used for driving cattle.
    Verb
    Provoke or annoy (someone) so as to stimulate some action or reaction.

    … Goad does equal God

  3. “No One lives His life”

    “Disguised since childhood, haphazardly assembled
    From voices and fears and little pleasures, we come of age as masks.

    Our true face never speaks…

    And yet, though we strain against the deadening grip of daily necessity,
    I sense there is this mystery: All life is being lived.

    Who is living it then?

    Is it the things themselves, or something waiting inside them,
    Like an un-played melody in a flute?
    Is it the winds blowing over the waters?
    Is it the branches that signal to each other?
    Is it flowers interweaving their fragrances,
    or streets as they wind through time?
    Is it the animals, warmly moving, or the birds that suddenly rise up?
    Who lives it, then? God, are you the one who is living life?”

    -Rainer Maria Rilke

    No one lives his life…Now Here…and Nowhere else…

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