A sweating man breathes rapidly from exertion as he open a packet and pulls out a DVD with the words "Salvation comes from within" on it. Impatiently he plays the film, which appears to be a Max Fleischer cartoon of the three blind mice singing. Soon, the mice deliver a message, telling the man to go to a specific street corner. Off he runs, through modern Los Angeles crowds. At the designated corner, a street person talks to him about shoes, then a cell phone rings, which he finds and answers. A voice sends him running - to avert a tragedy, to find salvation, or because he's trapped in earthly pursuits? Is this cosmic cat and mouse? Will he stop to smell the roses? —<email@example.com>
God is a monster...
Chasing after God is a exercise in futility. Even if you find him, he may end up being a monster just waiting to feast on you. So you are better off coming up with your own image of him as a celebration of his creation. Oh by the way, don't forget to stop and smell the roses and enjoy his creations. Don't become a monster yourself in his image as you miss the point in those cases. Did I get all that seeing the short skit? Everything but the last line! Similar sentiments are echoed in the Bhagavad Gita and is the driving force behind Karma. So hug your wife and kiss your kids goodbye and make the world a happier place! It's so easy and yet we make it so difficult! Drop your attitude in the trash can and smell the roses! Slow down!
- Nov 26, 2004
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