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God never became imaginable

[b][c=7700B2]God never became imaginable[/c][/b]

When you experience God in human incarnation, God still remains unimaginable. Only the existence of unimaginable God is experienced and not God (asteetyeva…Veda). You have experienced the existence of current by touching the electric wire and this does not mean that you have understood the electricity. Hence, the experience of existence of unimaginable God does not mean that God became imaginable. You can have two or more electric wires simultaneously. Due to difference in the works like a wire for fan, a wire for tube light etc.

Similarly, due to different programs, you can have many human incarnations simultaneously in the same time. If you mistake that a particular electric wire is only the current, then the problem comes. Here you have mistaken that the wire and current are one and the same. Here the knowledge of Dvaita is required.

Then only you can understand that the same electricity is flowing in different wires. Some people think that a particular electric wire in the past (past human incarnation) alone is the current, even though that wire was destroyed and does not exist today. These people are many who think that a particular past human incarnation like Rama, Jesus, etc., alone is God.

Universal Spirituality for World Peace
Bumbles · 51-55, M
If it keeps you from taking meth or voting for Trump I’m all for it.
Vin53 · M
Let me give you my take on religion, if god is indeed omnipotent he'd know all and know he's simply created people to go to heaven and the ones he made to go to hell.

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