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The Creator and His Creation

Author: Ramneet
ASL Info:    33/F/Boston
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The Creator and His Creation

He is an adroit designer, artist, engineer, biologist- the prudent and ingenious Creator.
He has embellished his creation.
There is beauty in his creation.
There is beauty in diversity.
Wow, how orchestrated is the organization at each level.
His creation is awe- inspiring, awesome and breathtaking.
He himself is prevalent in his creation.

Life evolved in eons.
Millions of worlds undiscovered.
Millions of mysteries and enigmas to be resolved.

Inquisitive creation, trying to decipher the mysteries of the Creator.
Can never do wonders like Him.
Creation knows not even an iota of his ingenuity.
Nobody knows his secret and will never know.
He was true and will be true till the end- the prudent and ingenious Creator.

Submitted on 2013-08-15 10:38:18     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Surprising as it might agnostic seem I agree with most of this first verse. I concede that there appears to be godness in the universe, I only argue that 'maybe' it's not a self conscious entity. You surprised me with your second verse. Most Godies don't care much for these possibilities. Alternatively, consider we may be just one more sperm in the spume of god, our mysteries possibly not destined to be resolved (used). Perhaps the ingenuity of inquisitive creation will in some cases find the keys to transcendental ascension and achieve immortality. Personally I wish we swam better aimed harmonious progressiveness, how I yearn for that egg. If these arguments interested you you might try my post "Untitled", or maybe "God". We could have another discourse.

| Posted on 2013-08-15 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]

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