Poetry: Why did God create something, rather than leave it all as nothing?

spirited By spirited, 20th Jan 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This is a poem about creation that asks questions about why God created anything at all. God needed us to explain himself to himself. We do this by waking up ourselves within God. This is God realisation.

Is God the creator? Is he the master potter?

Does he create us, or is it more the truth that we really create ourselves?

My last section here addresses these types of questions.

God went to sleep and awoke up within each of us.

How do we know that we are God's creation?
How do we know anything much at all?
A thousand apple trees might exist within a seed,
but what was the need that God had to create?

Does God's love live at the heart of all creation?
Can the Universe ever be explained without God?
Are we no more than God's imagination firing up?
Is God's act of creation more one of destruction?

God's creation's not his creation until creation sees it.
Creation is really all just all God expandingly seeing.
We're merely the eyes of God all seeing in our seeing.
Wake up God by being yourself within his sleeping.

"Sleep is the best meditation."

This quote is from the Tibetan leader known as the Dalai Lama.

If this was really true, why did God ever wake up?

Perhaps he doesn't, maybe God can only ever wake up within us, his creation!

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This photo was sourced from the free public pages of the media site, Wikimedia Commons.

Drivers, vehicles, or engineers? Which ones are us? Which one is God?

Senryu: about creation

Master designer?
Incompleted modelling?
We're the installers!

"Poetry is the rhythmical creation of beauty in words."

This quote is from the great American poet, Edgar Allan Poe, (1809 to 1849).

"Creation is the beauty of God's poetry in its formation," I might add as a rejoinder to that.

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"Battistero 5 --" by Giusto de' Menabuoi - scan from own photo of YukioSanjo. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Poetry: God re-created his truth within finite infinity lovingly so

What is the truth about creation? Is it true by association?
Is there a connecting relation to the truth of creation by God?
The truth is that God has never created anything,
and that man is the only creator of any real creation.
We're created by God, if we recognise ourselves as God's offspring.

Man is the only creator of anything real to himself.
Creation is no more for man, than it is no less for God.
Heroes come, and heroes go. Disappearing off Life's shelf.
God's creation was only a revealing of himself to himself.
God revealed to man, creates man revealed to himself.

Infinity can never create anything more. It's finished.
Only finite man, created to create, remains diminished.
Created himself, and from his own soul.
Created himself, making himself whole in the whole.
Whole in creation, separated in desperation, anguished.

Creation is no more than allowing possibilities, to disperse.
Possibilities revealed from the infinite Universe not cursed.
These possibilities can only be known from a finite position.
And so this is the reason for your being put into finite bodies.
Finiteness is creation, when infinity is not a forgotten notion.

Limited to lower levels of vibration in these our human bodies.
God has never really created anything, in fairness, or careless.
And to say he is our creator, is our misunderstanding, not his.
What God has done is to give awareness to our bareness.
Freely to parts of himself, that he controlled, before disbanding.

And so creation is after all, nothing more than allowing a fall.
From conscious awareness to unconscious unawareness in us all.
From conscious unawareness to conscious awareness yet to be installed.
And then creation comes forth from out of God, for us to behold.
And God is created then, or so I am told, from only out of our mould!

"Silence is the sleep that nourishes wisdom."

Francis Bacon, (1561 to 1626) an English philosopher said this. It seems that this is true in God's case. God's silence sleeps in us until we obtain the wisdom to hear it.

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This photo was sourced from the free public pages of the media site, Wikimedia Commons.

A few straight comments about all of this

If nothing exists for God to create from, nothing in fact must be something.

If God exists, presumably he is this nothing, that is something. God created out of nothing, but this nothing was himself.

What did God create souls, and the Universe with, or out of?

Creation is a misnomer in that, God himself never created anything.

All of it re-established itself when God allowed himself to separate himself into various elements of himself. The elements then recombined of themselves into clusters, forming all else from out of God, spontaneously.

What is God made of?

Pure energy, that when separated, condenses into clumps or souls, and their Universes.

What is exactly is creation, and who is God?

God is a provider of resources, when the resources utilise God to live from, living from his energy of love.

This means that even God does not know himself, or where he came from. God has always existed, and the way he creates is to move energy into focused portions in parts of his own oneness.

God then injects into them an autonomously separated created spirit or soul, that can live independently from God. These groups of souls can then create by utilising God's energy of love to build their own worlds with, both within and without.

Can nothing exist independent even of God, as such, or is nothing really always something? Is it really possible for nothing to exist?

Nothing can never exist, because it is something that exists only as an idea in the heads of those existing. Nothing is something in the sense that it is a space to hold something, but if nothing did independently exist, it could hold nothing either.

What is creation, and what is the Universe?

Creation is an idea made real in the sense that God creates ideas that then go out to be clothed as they are then thought by parts of himself called souls.

God sends ideas to himself which then think these ideas into existence. Creation is result of these ideas gathering momentum and thrust, enough to establish something from the thought or idea.

Souls rethink God's thoughts, thinking them then to be their own.

The substance used to create with is pure un-manifested love in its raw energy state.

This love can be used at lesser densities to hold matter or less developed souls that have not evolved enough consciousness as yet, and which would then allow love to move themselves upwards again past their outer form.

Until then, these souls are sort of locked within their forms, in a way.

All form is held in place by that particular soul, in the same way as is our own body around our own soul. Creation is an elemental coming together of like-minded souls, so to speak, that agree to connect to create those forms with which they can experience various levels of God, and his love from, between themselves.

God did not create out of nothing, because nothing has never existed independently of him to use. God created out of himself, by dividing himself into individualised energy pockets or vessels for his love to experience other similar vessels with.

Creation is the coming together of souls that have allowed love to energise themselves, and when this happens, consciousness develops in them. This consciousness allows them to witness what has happened, and reflect God back to himself, so that he too can then see what he has done.

It is consciousness that arises out of nothing. It is a field that develops around moving love, in a similar way as to how a magnetic field develops around moving electricity.

Love is always moving between God and his parts, which allows for this field of consciousness to evolve around both God and his parts, or our souls.

Love is the glue that holds all of creation together, God included!

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"World in Zoe's hands" by Zoe Cooper - my daughter. Licensed under CC BY 1.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
20th Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks Spirited. We are still collecting data and trying to make sense of it. We are sparks from creation given a time frame to show our mettle. We should live our moments being aware that we are part of a process, the enormity of which seems incomprehensible to us. Maybe, we will give way to those with higher abilities as evolution marches ahead relentlessly - siva

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author avatar vpaulose
20th Jan 2014 (#)

Every creation is His love. Thank you.

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author avatar spirited
20th Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks Siva, no man is an island as someone once said

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author avatar spirited
20th Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks vpaulose, love is within all parts of his creation, I certainly agree with that

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
23rd Jan 2014 (#)

Nice post!

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author avatar spirited
23rd Jan 2014 (#)

thanks Fern

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author avatar Helen Thomas
27th Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks for an interesting article ~ Spirited.

God so 'loved' the world that HE GAVE HIS ONLY SON ~ that whoever would believe in Him should not perish ~ but ~ HAVE ETERNAL LIFE. {John 3:16}

I believe the first prerequisite in getting to know God is accepting the Son ~ whom He sent to die for mankind.

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author avatar spirited
27th Jan 2014 (#)

Thanks Helen, the poem's a bit philosophical. You are right of course

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