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April 08, 2020


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I agree on one level, and disagree on another. If God is in and through all things, then the Universe is personal and impersonal at the same time. Depends on the intent and symbol of the experiencer. Everything in the material world is a symbol for something else, a bigger reality. So then, if the Universe is the largest, most magnificent thing we can conceive in the material world, I don't see any harm in allowing it to be a symbol of the greater reality of the Unnameable, the Great Mystery, the All Encompassing. Any word is going to fall short, but for me, I can use the word Universe with a deep reverence and symbolic meaning.

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