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This morning during my atheist Buddhist formal meditation hour, I used the internal mantra, 'Glory be to God'. Not even sure why. In these strange days can we still be sure of uncertainty?
I like God,
the Flying Spaghetti Monster,
Bertrand Russell's sun satellite teapot
and Bob Dobbs
I even have a soft spot for Thor, Allah and Baby Jesus. They all seem to bring out our best cutlery and range of sharpened tongues and pickled minds.
The Buddha allegedly used to advise Gods, thereby ensuring his teaching status as Beyond the imponderable. The Tao, Ain Soph and Grand Architect all suggest a karmic, ordered, masterly and cunningly planned interdependency. Maybe if I was more partisan I would chant, 'Praise Nirvana' or 'Dharma is Greater'? However wisdom is not in the tracks and ruts but on the far edges ... where God, Lady Buddha and Stories manifest ...
What is 'impossible' for you to contemplate? Could it be elected?