What is a God?
A source of energy. A “self sufficient eco-system”, a teacher told me once. I think, also, a being who has transcended their lights/shadows through integrating them. A being whose existence signifies immortality.
If you were wondering what Gods eat… A box of chocolates might do. I read somewhere that desserts were a luxury because they’re the only food type you eat purely for pleasures sake.
“The Maison Charbonnel is one of the oldest ministrants to the taste for sweets, and upon their counters will be found the latest dainties from Paris…” – O. Wilde
A prevailing theme in literature is that most Gods have many, many names – to suit different aspects of their nature & the various forms they take. It doesn’t matter which name you use and whether they occupy a body that can be perceived by the five senses or not. The energy is the same. Energy is constantly transferring forms.
Not even atheists can refute energy: or archetypes.
Edited 22 November: While smoking a cigarette in my mother’s kitchen I thought: one exists either in the Matrix or the Vortex. (A word I learned from Abraham Hicks)
A moment to reference the Matrix film: No one can tell you if you’re a God or not, you just know it. >> WATCH THIS INTERVIEW WITH KANYE WEST <<
Truth spoken on many, many, many levels
Our next instalment: What is an angel?
NAIL ART BY MITKANAILS | FIRST PHOTO TAKEN BY MY MOTHER WHO ALSO SPENT ABOUT HALF AN HOUR CRITIQUING THE LACK OF TECHNIQUE IN HOW I EXPRESS WITH MY HANDS AND I HAD TO LISTEN BECAUSE SHE WAS A CLASSICALLY TRAINED BALLERINA| CHOX BY CHARBONNEL ET WALKER |