"God," if you still want to call him that after his fall, is evil, like the Devil-Serpent.
in mathematics, there are three ideas which make all others possible: the infinite, the unit entity, and zero (which can be thought of as infinite nothing). The null is the more familiar to the unit entity, by virtue that it is in magnitude more proximate.
Thus, it is easy for a human to believe there is no supreme entity to itself. After all, the infinite is immeasurably more distant to its position.
However, if you can shrink your ego. i.e. the divisor, the value you compare yourself against, then for 1/x as x goes to zero, you will achieve infinity, or, enlightenment.
1 Corinthians 13:12 - For now we see only a reflection as in a mirror; then we shall see face to face. Now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known.
the true red pill
>Buddha never wanted to be considered a God
that isn't what his post was implying.
The Buddhist concept of "god" is pretty murky anyway. It's more in line with pantheism than anything else.
whoops, you're right. That's why this wiki entry doesn't exist: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_in_Buddhism
>"We call it 'original consciousness' - 'original akasha - perhaps God in the Christian sense"
>"The creative power of the universe is not a human being; it is Buddha. The one who sees, and the one who hears, is not this eye or ear, but the one who is this consciousness. This One is Buddha. This One appears in every mind. This One is common to all sentient beings, and is God."
>"At the outset, let me state that Buddhism is not atheistic as the term is ordinarily understood. It has certainly a God, the highest reality and truth, through which and in which this universe exists. However, the followers of Buddhism usually avoid the term God, for it savors so much of Christianity, whose spirit is not always exactly in accord with the Buddhist interpretation of religious experience ... To define more exactly the Buddhist notion of the highest being, it may be convenient to borrow the term very happily coined by a modern German scholar, 'panentheism', according to which God is ... all and one and more than the totality of existence .... As I mentioned before, Buddhists do not make use of the term God, which characteristically belongs to Christian terminology. An equivalent most commonly used is Dharmakaya"
That image reminds me a lot of this.
>Gautama Buddha rejected the existence of a creator deity
>the 14th Dalai Lama has said: Nowhere in either the Pāli or Sanskrit sūtras is the Buddha seen as either omnipotent or a creator. He does not seek our worship and we do not have to propitiate him to gain boons
yeah, let's cherrypick
>mfw still sin all the time because perspective of fighting demons for all eternity is much better than kissing ass of some old faggot who couldn't do shit right for thousands of years
Heaven is for the cucks
I realized that He existed today, too. Thank God I did.
How do you know it's the Christian God tho? How do you know it's a single God?
I have strong feelings that there might be a higher being(s), some things in my recent past were just too coincidental to seem natural, I feel like I'm a character in a Greek play at times.
I'm an agnostic deist but I believe there could be a god under that definition. Should I become a Buddhist? Can an average amerifat peasant like myself do something like that?
>tfw you realized God exists and he wants you dead
If I were God I wouldn't want any proof of my existence. Have you seen your own species? You'd dismantle God if you ever found him just to see how he works and if you can get you some of that.
>tfw its the hindu god Moogaloongavadapadaveleesinad
>tfw only designatus go to heaven
>mathematical patterns are commonly found throughout nature
>for example, pineapples have spirals which match the fibonacci sequence, leaves have a phyllotaxy that matches fibonacci numbers, etc.
>therefore THE UNIVERSE IS GOD, AND I AM THE UNIVERSE
one of these is a false equivalence, guess which one
>mfw realising we are all apart of the all therefore we are god
Because anon knows that those who do not believed will go to hell. He cares about you so much that he wants to save you from that. Not attempting to bring someone to Jesus is like an insult.
>tfw you realize you are way to smart to ever believe in ancient stuperstitions