Creation has at least created controversy and so it is plain to see it actually exists. While that is a glib statement concerning creation it is also true. Creativity, or creation, is evident in everything we do and experience. Its most useful exercise is to use our creative authority to be who we are. It is not usual for most people to do this. Many people do this to varying degrees but to actually realize who we are, absent false examples of self, to be only who without the false ownership that is the mask we call our self, is unusual.
Most people consider creation in biblical terms. I do as well but I do not consider the Bible to be the word of God. It is a book written by men for men, as God quite simply does not write books. To write a book and then claim it as a Divine authority is obviously dishonest. If we actually had confidence in the Divine we would have little use for the book as our relationship with God would be direct. A direct relationship is the only possible relationship any person could hope to have with God or the Divine. This is true whatever God is and even if God is naught.
The Bible, or any other sacred text, is only intended to allude to God or some manifestation, or example of, enduring value. The language of God makes no sound, no hand writes it down, no eye reads it, no tongue speaks it and it is understood by all. This is how we know God, by accepting that whatever God is, or even if God is naught, it is acceptable and God means us no harm. We need to accept that God can not possibly suffer any injury and the only sin we can commit is against our self.
We recognize and experience creation in our daily life as we see its plain and simple expression is everywhere. This blog entry proves that as it did not exist before I wrote it. All creation is like that, creation just is and it only happens at one time. Not one thing has ever happened at any other time than the singular moment that is now. The past and the future is contained there in its entirety. Nothing escapes it. Now is the moment of creation and none escape it.
Michael, The Mystic Tourist
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