Divine Definitions: (1) The personal aspect of deity; (2) The One Uncaused Reality; (3) The first, best, and highest being in existence; (4) The embodiment of sanctity

• Divinity is the unifying and coordinating quality of deity. Divinity is qualitatively comprehended as love, truth, beauty, and goodness. Divinity is correlated in personality as love, mercy, and ministry. Divinity is manifest impersonally as justice, power, and sovereignty.
• God started it all going. He lets it run its course with the aid of of more sophisticated beings who He also created that have specific responsibilities in the scheme of things. God is supernatural, above nature, as well as in nature, but nature is not God.

Quote: God is the shortest distance between Zero and Infinity – in either direction. But God, being without dimension, is not a line but a point. Therefore, God is the tangential point between Zero and Infinity. — Alfred Jarry (1873-1907) Elements of Pataphysics [The Science of Imaginary Solutions] {1911}

Human Definitions: (1) filled with love for God; pious; devout; religious; (2) aspiring to conform to God’s design or will; (3) metta <loving-kindness>; (4) theophile <one who loves God and is love by God>; theosophy <the knowledge that God may be achieved through spiritual ecstasy, direct intuition, or special individual relations>

• Why indeed must “God” be a noun? Why not a verb . . . The most active and dynamic of all? — Mary Daly (1928-2010) American theologian
• God is Love, and whenever you reach out in loving kindness, you are expressing God. God is Truth, and whenever you seek truth, you are seeking God. God is Beauty, and whenever you touch the beauty of a flower or sunset, you are touching God. — Peace Pilgrim [born Mildred Lisette Norman] (1908-1981) Steps Toward Inner Peace {2021}
• Man has always thought of God in the terms of the best he knew, his deepest ideas and highest ideals. Even historic religion has always created its God conceptions out of its highest recognized values. Every intelligent creature gives the name of God to the best and highest thing he knows. (102:8.4) — The Urantia Book {1955}
• God can only do for you what God can do through you by means of your thoughts and ideas. — Catherine Ponder (1927-) The Dynamic Laws of Prosperity {1962}
     Note: And your persistent decisions to yield to your higher ideals.

Tip: Since everyone has God within, treat everyone like God.

Comment: There is always someone who is stronger or smarter or wiser than you are. Many times it is only your perception of them in relation to your perception of yourself.
     If they truly are godly, they will not flaunt their superiority. Any superiority is most probably specific to one area or is a superficial difference. They may be older, or more experienced, or female while you are male, or Polynesian while you are Inuit. But even though you may admire, or even envy, those strengths and differences, you need not push yourself down while elevating them.
     Remember you are also growing and are better in some respects than many others. There are also people who are better than those you admire.
     Why is it differences are often a justification to either deify or to demonize the other?

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