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  • Writer's pictureJoel Brown

Do I believe in "God"?

When people ask me if I still "believe" in God, I get perplexed because the divine paradigm has really shifted for me. I experience the power, the joy, the peace, the abiding presence of Spirit in a way that is undeniable and yet I don't think of God as someone to believe in as such though I definitely understand that concept.

There is an inner clarity and increasing confidence about who I am that characterizes my spiritual convictions. I don't have a list of dogma, I don't imagine meeting "God" face to face, I don't desire to be in "heaven". I just live my life and try to express my gifts in a way that honours the Presence in me, as me.

Asking me if I believe in God is now akin to asking me if I believe in air.

Who cares about a belief in air when your life simply depends on the unconscious breaths you take?

What do you think? Do you believe?

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