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I believe in God.
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But I don’t believe in God as that old granpa with the big white beard siting upstairs and controlling people just like a puppeteer.
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I believe God is the energy that gives life to things without life. That turns babies so similar into adults with such different personalities.
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The energy that made the Universe explode from nothing to create itself.
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The energy that makes the coincidences happen; He acts on the things the humans cannot change nor influence.
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So I don’t expect him to change things in my favour, when there’s a human on the other side taking the decision.
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Nor I believe he is responsible for the success of those who work hard.
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He has the power over the small things, over things we don’t understand, the nature, the unexpected, the surprises.
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(and there even an atheist could agree with me; God is something we believe to fill up our lack of understanding of the World around us; the difference is we both believe there’s something, but they just don’t call it “God”)
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And when people die, they turn into that energy, we are absorbed by it. So we die to give life to the others. And to influence the small things in their lives, things they not even totally figure. We become God.