The Book of God


God is a book in which life is written. God is the one writing the book and the one inside whom the book is created.
God is the Great Dreamer, the writer of existence itself.
God is before anything else, even before God Himself. 
 
God is always accessible, an open book to anyone who wants to read.
God’s depth is infinite.
Only the mind thinks that it understands.
 
As with any other book, you read the text and think that you understand.
But you do not know the base of the writer. You do not know how the book was created.
The abyss, in which the words are formed, is infinite. You can only comprehend from your own point of view.   
 
Still, you are called to go deeper. You wish to see. Who is writing the book and from where did it come?
Without reservation, God gives Himself to you in every moment. 
Look, read! See the story beneath what is written. Look beyond the words.
 
Then a new story emerges, permeating all life.
You start to read the unwritten, what was hidden when you took your first glance.
Beneath the book’s simple appearance, the soul of the writher is buried deeply, behind every word. 
 
You access the one writing and find that you never understood.
You understand that the words can never expose His inner being, only can you, the reader, try to look beyond.
When you look in there, behind the word, to the abyss of the writer’s heart, you start to sense His voice, His soul, His wishes, and dreams.
 
In the same way, you have to realize that all you thought you knew disappears into God as you read.
You meet the Writer and think that you finally know.
Just to find out that He is also just a character in God’s sole dream. 

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