Well, that was a trip. No, thanks to any of you. I melted, then became this puddle. the cat drank me, thinking I was delicious! So I was up there in front of the Real Justice. And, guess what! Ha! to all of you! Turns out God hates forms as much as me. so there!.... Well I was toast, starting to brown out. But you couldn't miss the Major and Only Consciousness, not when he's breakin into "What if god was one of us, just a slob like one of us. Just a stranger on the street.".... "So in heaven," I ask myself, condescendingly: "Do you really think there'd be sweat shops spewing out conveyors of clothes? hmmmm?" "No, I answer myself, seeing the wisdom of my self's question. "And in heaven, do you think there'd be anybody having to slave their lives, er, their, timelessness, away?" "Indeed!" continued the erudite little puke that I was having second thoughts about being so proud of, now that it's me he's Socratic dialoguing all over my ass. "Indeed," erudite me said "It's heaven, so why would ANYone have to work!?"
A funny Facebook spat turns into a fantastic adventure. The Meeting with God is the most unexpected and Hilarious Meeting ever imagined. But then, no grace being ever withheld, the still mostly Human can easily understand the answers to all the great questions that Humans for all their existence have struggled but failed to really understand. It turns out that Humans, unless they radically evolved, could never understand simply because they are incapable of even imagining anything close to how truly wonderful and loving God's Existene is and how grand our purposes, and how needless fear. For even the most loving and hopeful Human could not imagine the most wonderful and loving without injecting some of the darkenss that is in us,even if we don't know it. You are left with an understanding of everything that you cannot possibly believe, because you would say it's too good to be true, and thereby prove that Humans for all their talk of this supremely Loving god, have yet to really believe it, let alone take it to the only conclusions that arise from really believing or knowing that.