Do you believe that God do exist?

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I want to know if you believe in Supreme Being, the Creator of the universe that created us or you believe that we just existed out of no where or merely just an accident like the Big Bang Theory?


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Big Bang. God made him and the material Universe. God gave the laws of this Universe, but God does not affect the life of an individual. Man has freedom of choice.

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Very well said. Do you believe in any book or what is the basis of your faith in God?

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Books on Earth are different. I think in the spiritual world people also follow different paths. Everyone follows their own faith. Everyone finds a way according to their thoughts and on Earth.

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Personally, I based my faith in the bible :)

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I believe... who knows! 😃 As one of my Zen teachers always said "There is no God and he is always with you".

There is no old man on a throne looking down on us (I grew up in the States surrounded by that very literal view, so I know it well) but there is a lot beyond our comprehension and beyond our senses. What that might be... who knows! Something, nothing, you, me, Brahman, Jehovah. At any rate, I tend to follow the Buddha's advice and don't worry about it too much. After death I'll find out (maybe!); better to just be in the moment right now and not be too concerned about who runs the cosmos.

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"There is no God and he is always with you".

Seems that your Zen teachers made a contradicting statement here, if there is no God and how can He be always with you?

I based my faith on facts what is written in the bible :)

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haha yes, it is a contradicting statement, that's the point. ;) Without getting too into it, Zen denies dualism in all things. In this case, the spiritualist say we are spirits who temporarily live in a physical body, while the materialists say we are a physical body and there is no spiritual nonsense. Zen would say both are true and neither is. To pick one is to miss the point. As the heart sutra says: "form is emptiness and emptiness is form".

It's a bit complex to get into, but basically Zen denies a dualist view of the world.

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I don't believe in God.

Yes, the universe (in one form or another) either existed forever or appeared out of nowhere. (Or the very concept of eternity and non-eternity is too narrow to be used in reasoning about the origins of the Universe.) The concept of the Creator explains nothing - if you think that eternal existence or appearing from nowhere is doubtful, then the idea of God, who existed forever or appeared from nowhere, should also seem to you dubious.

But, ok, I can find a compromise between these points of view.

I think mind is the highest form of manifestation of Nature. Nature evolves from simple to complex: gases and minerals appear first, then more complex forms come - organic life, and only then mind emerges. For me, it sounds more logical that God, as the supreme form of mind, will appear after intelligent races like humans, as the next step of Nature's development. Who knows maybe the supreme mind (God) is the final stage of development of Nature, and it is they who, at the end of the universe's existence, before their own death, will be able to discover a way to restart the process and that's how the next Big Bang happens and things come from gases to organic life, from organic life to intelligent races and, then, God. Then this cycle will repeat again. And again and again.

So, this is a sci-fi version of the divine creation of the universe of my own invention. But it sounds slightly Budhhist, I think. As I know, Buddhists don't believe in the Creator but they mention that gods of different levels exist (although this is not the core of their teaching).

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I don't believe in God.

Sad to hear that 😰

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