Spiritual Inspiration from Albert Einstein

By UPLIFT on Sunday February 10th, 2019

The spiritual wisdom of Albert Einstein

Pondering the Unknown with the World's Most Famous Scientist

Though he was the most famous scientist of his time, Albert Einstein knew we could never fully understand the workings of the world within the limitations of the human mind. Experiencing the universe as a harmonious whole, he encouraged the use of intuition to solve problems, marvelled at the mystery of God in nature, and applauded the ideals of great spiritual teachers such as Buddha and Jesus.

In Search of the Cosmic Man

The following is an excerpt of his writings that explore the meeting place between science and spirituality, giving us a fascinating glimpse into how Einstein saw the world:

“School failed me, and I failed the school. It bored me. The teachers behaved like Feldwebel (sergeants). I wanted to learn what I wanted to know, but they wanted me to learn for the exam. What I hated most was the competitive system there, and especially sports. Because of this, I wasn’t worth anything, and several times they suggested I leave.

This was a Catholic School in Munich. I felt that my thirst for knowledge was being strangled by my teachers; grades were their only measurement. How can a teacher understand youth with such a system?

Alt text hereEinstein felt strangled by his grade-driven teachers at school.

Order in the Universe, Disorder in the Human Mind

From the age of twelve, I began to suspect authority and distrust teachers. I learned mostly at home, first from my uncle and then from a student who came to eat with us once a week. He would give me books on physics and astronomy.

The more I read, the more puzzled I was by the order of the universe and the disorder of the human mind, by the scientists who didn’t agree on the how, the when, or the why of creation.

Then one day this student brought me Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason. Reading Kant, I began to suspect everything I was taught. I no longer believed in the known God of the Bible, but rather in the mysterious God expressed in nature.

The basic laws of the universe are simple, but because our senses are limited, we can’t grasp them. There is a pattern in creation.

If we look at this tree outside whose roots search beneath the pavement for water, or a flower which sends its sweet smell to the pollinating bees, or even our own selves and the inner forces that drive us to act, we can see that we all dance to a mysterious tune, and the piper who plays this melody from an inscrutable distance—whatever name we give him—Creative Force, or God—escapes all book knowledge.

Science is never finished because the human mind only uses a small portion of its capacity, and man’s exploration of his world is also limited.

Einstein violinA musical Einstein believed we all danced to a mysterious tune within.

Experiencing the Universe as a Harmonious Whole

Creation may be spiritual in origin, but that doesn’t mean that everything created is spiritual. How can I explain such things to you? Let us accept the world is a mystery. Nature is neither solely material nor entirely spiritual.

Man, too, is more than flesh and blood; otherwise, no religions would have been possible. Behind each cause is still another cause; the end or the beginning of all causes has yet to be found.

Yet, only one thing must be remembered: there is no effect without a cause, and there is no lawlessness in creation.

If I hadn’t an absolute faith in the harmony of creation, I wouldn’t have tried for thirty years to express it in a mathematical formula. It is only man’s consciousness of what he does with his mind that elevates him above the animals and enables him to become aware of himself and his relationship to the universe.

I believe that I have cosmic religious feelings. I never could grasp how one could satisfy these feelings by praying to limited objects. The tree outside is life, a statue is dead. The whole of nature is life, and life, as I observe it, rejects a God resembling man.

Man has infinite dimensions and finds God in his conscience. [A cosmic religion] has no dogma other than teaching man that the universe is rational and that his highest destiny is to ponder it and co-create with its laws.

Einstein and TagoreEinstein discussing Science and God with Indian spiritual teacher Tagore.

Unveiling the Magnificence of Creation

I like to experience the universe as one harmonious whole. Every cell has life. Matter, too, has life; it is energy solidified. Our bodies are like prisons, and I look forward to being free, but I don’t speculate on what will happen to me.

I live here now, and my responsibility is in this world now. I deal with natural laws. This is my work here on earth.

The world needs new moral impulses which, I’m afraid, won’t come from the churches, heavily compromised as they have been throughout the centuries.

Perhaps those impulses must come from scientists in the tradition of Galileo, Kepler and Newton. In spite of failures and persecutions, these men devoted their lives to proving that the universe is a single entity, in which, I believe, a humanized God has no place.

The genuine scientist is not moved by praise or blame, nor does he preach. He unveils the universe and people come eagerly, without being pushed, to behold a new revelation: the order, the harmony, the magnificence of creation!

And as man becomes conscious of the stupendous laws that govern the universe in perfect harmony, he begins to realize how small he is. He sees the pettiness of human existence, with its ambitions and intrigues, its ‘I am better than thou’ creed.

This is the beginning of cosmic religion within him; fellowship and human service become his moral code. Without such moral foundations, we are hopelessly doomed.

Einstein faithEinstein believed that the real scientist has faith.

Improving the World with Ideals, not Scientific Knowledge

If we want to improve the world we cannot do it with scientific knowledge but with ideals. Confucius, Buddha, Jesus, and Gandhi have done more for humanity than science has done.

We must begin with the heart of man—with his conscience—and the values of conscience can only be manifested by selfless service to mankind.

Religion and science go together. As I’ve said before, science without religion is lame and religion without science is blind. They are interdependent and have a common goal—the search for truth.

Hence it is absurd for religion to proscribe Galileo or Darwin or other scientists. And it is equally absurd when scientists say that there is no God. The real scientist has faith, which does not mean that he must subscribe to a creed.

Without religion, there is no charity. The soul given to each of us is moved by the same living spirit that moves the universe.

I am not a mystic. Trying to find out the laws of nature has nothing to do with mysticism, though in the face of creation I feel very humble. It is as if a spirit is manifest infinitely superior to man’s spirit. Through my pursuit in science, I have known cosmic religious feelings. But I don’t care to be called a mystic.

I believe that we don’t need to worry about what happens after this life, as long as we do our duty here—to love and to serve.

I have faith in the universe, for it is rational. Law underlies each happening. And I have faith in my purpose here on earth. I have faith in my intuition, the language of my conscience, but I have no faith in speculation about Heaven and Hell. I’m concerned with this time—here and now.

Einstein intuitive mind quoteThe intuitive mind is a sacred gift.

It is Intuition which Advances Humanity

Many people think that the progress of the human race is based on experiences of an empirical, critical nature, but I say that true knowledge is to be had only through a philosophy of deduction. For it is intuition that improves the world, not just following a trodden path of thought.

Intuition makes us look at unrelated facts and then think about them until they can all be brought under one law. To look for related facts means holding onto what one has instead of searching for new facts.

Intuition is the father of new knowledge, while empiricism is nothing but an accumulation of old knowledge. Intuition, not intellect, is the ‘open sesame’ of yourself.

Indeed, it is not intellect, but intuition which advances humanity. Intuition tells man his purpose in this life.

I do not need any promise of eternity to be happy. My eternity is now. I have only one interest: to fulfill my purpose here where I am.

This purpose is not given me by my parents or my surroundings. It is induced by some unknown factors. These factors make me a part of eternity.”

~ Albert Einstein

Text Source: Einstein and the Poet: In Search of the Cosmic Man (1983). From a series of meetings William Hermanns had with Einstein in 1930, 1943, 1948, and 1954

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101 Responses to Spiritual Inspiration from Albert Einstein

  1. These are beautiful thoughts and writings about the unity of the universe from a renowned scientist. However, Einstein is saying nothing new here. He talks about the “cosmic man,” and the unity of the universe. Yet, on the mystical path this intuitive knowledge that comes via experience is the first of three possible stages; it is not the end as many scientists, yogis, and new age seekers think. In fact, many times this “cosmic religious feeling” is actually just an expansion of the spiritualized ego, as the great sufi mystic, Al-Quashiyri explained. For as Einstein avows, “I like to experience the universe as one harmonious whole. Every cell has life. Matter, too, has life; it is energy solidified.” A mystic goes beyond likes and dislikes.

    Einstein states, “I am not a mystic. Trying to find out the laws of nature has nothing to do with mysticism, though in the face of creation I feel very humble. It is as if a spirit is manifest infinitely superior to man’s spirit. Through my pursuit in science, I have known cosmic religious feelings. But I don’t care to be called a mystic.” He is telling the truth. His interest, and his search, did not lead further than that. Yet, some mystics have been blessed to go beyond “nature mysticism” to soul, and then God mysticism, which are states beyond what can be rationalized by the socially conditioned mind. This is why one must die to the I, or as Meister Eckhart puts it, “the ultimate leave-taking is leaving god for GOD.” (Again if you get attached to or repulsed by the word God, you are still wearing training wheels.)

    Einstein further states, “The genuine scientist is not moved by praise or blame, nor does he preach. He unveils the universe and people come eagerly, without being pushed, to behold a new revelation: the order, the harmony, the magnificence of creation!” An authentic experience of God mysticism leads the mystic to their conscious death in The One outside of time and space. A mystic realizes that their life is a gift, and that understanding alone (jnana or true wisdom) allows the mystic to serve their fellow human beings, other creatures, and the earth. For the mystic truly knows in the depth of their being that they are above nothing and no one and that God is no-thing. In fact, God is beyond all conceptualization, all labels, and all language.

    The Upanishads, The Bhagavad Gita, parables and teachings from the Gospels (especially the mystical Gospel of John), mystics like Sankara and Ramanujan (Vedanta), Meister Eckhart and Jan van Ruysbroeck (Christianity) and the great female Sufi mystic, Rabia of Basra, were all delving into this mystery well before Einstein. In fact, the Upanishads and The Bhagavad Gita have their origins 500-1000 years before Jesus of Nazareth walked the earth. The great mystics are the explorers of the inner world that bubbles up and into the world of creation, as Meister Eckhart stated. It’s just that many postmodern people have absolutely no awareness of the great mystics of the various world religions or the holistic depth of some of the world’s holy books. Too many postmodern people only know the dogmatic, institutionalized religions of the socially conditioned mind. Thus, they have no real understanding of religion.

    One ignorance of the “cosmic spirituality” movement of the current time is that it does not understand that this inquiry into the unity of the universe, and the “Godhead” beyond the physical universe, has been going on for thousands of years—and there are plenty of books that explore this. There is a knowing beyond knowing that great mystics have been able to write about. However, as any mystic would honestly state, these words only point towards something that is ineffable. Thus, a mystic can read various holy books and thoughts from mystics of various traditions without getting caught in any kind of cult-like thinking, as the mystic’s experience has taken them beyond the socially conditioned mind where institutional religion exists.

    True religion rebinds a person to what is real; it does not create dogmas and creeds that bind people to institutionalization and delusion. Science can interact with religion in harmony. However, mystics know that there are states of being that science can never prove or disprove; it simply can go no further than that.

    Peace Be With You,


  2. That there exists beyond the perceptions of body, mind and intellect, has been clearly exhorted by Revered Albert Einstein, the great scientist cum spiritualist.

  3. As an Episcopal priest I find it refreshing that Professor Einstein (whom I would often see walking about the Princeton campus in 1957) never fell into the trap of believing science and religion to be antithetical. God, by whatever Name he is known, is seen by him, to use the phrase adopted by theologian Paul Tillich, as “the ground and source of our being.”

    E=MC squared was a way of stating what Genesis states differently—that the creative mind/energy/word/thought of the Creator brought matter and all that is into existence. “God spoke, and it was so.”

    Not all Christians park their minds at the door of the church. If something is true, it is true. For me, the truth of science is God’s truth just as much as (and sometimes more than) the so-called revealed truth of Scripture. The Hebrew and Christian Scriptures are but one way God reveals himself. Any truth that I learn about the created order from looking through the Hubble telescope, or an electron miscroscope, or discover through mathematical studies, or learn from quantum theory, if true, is equally God’s truth. Revelation did not end with the adoption of the Canon of Scripture! Thomas Aquinas was a brilliant man, and many modern theologians such as Pauli Teihard de Chardin (who was also a scientist) have tried to bridge the gap between theology/philosophy/science. Why can’t we recognize that Einstein’s understanding of the unity of all that is opens the door to al sorts of exciting possibilities! I give thanks for his witness!

  4. I know this does not have to do with the article but if anyone is interested in a spiritual psychic reading, i happen to know a good psychic who has given me great help finding my spirituality. try her out if you are in need of spiritual help. Her guides answers questions quickly.


  5. There are two type of people in this world, the first one are those who believe in spirituality and the other one are those who doesn’t believe in spirituality. Spirituality is something which is purely based on people personal belief and doesn’t have any scientific backing. Spirituality provides mental and emotional strength, inspiration and motivation. Therefore many people find comfort in spirituality. Please check the following video on “Manifestation of Magic.”

  6. My soul , heart and mind appreciates these insights. And yes, intuition is important, it does come from the soul, The soul knows.

  7. I love Einstein! Years ago I had a client who said her grandpa was a philosopher who was friends with Einstein. They used to get together, have deep conversation and enjoy their drink of choice, she said… Warm Milk!

  8. I have posed the curiosity I have as being interested in answers to what I refer to as “The Big Three”. Which I State are where did I come from, what am i doing here (or maybe better stayed as . . What am i to do here?) and where am i going when I leave here? I have allowed my mind to go in numerous directions in search for answers to The Big Three. I will continue doing so for as long as I am conscious of my existence. As a note, reading this piece outlining how Albert Einstein saw things has given me some very peaceful feelings and I thank him for that. Intuition is the driving force.

  9. God, as I think he means here, is the combination of all things. The pulse of the universe, so to speak. The vibration and thrum that exists within every particle. All intertwined and connected on some level beyond our current ability to measure. Discovering the mystery of how it all connects, how it all works, was his religion.

    God is something beyond our understanding and has as much resemblance to man as to an asteroid. What sentience god has is on a level we are not equipped to understand.

    Intuition, in my humble opinion, is when we subconsciously notice a connection we wouldn’t make consciously.

    Buddhists say all things are connected and string theory agrees. Religions talk about being one under god. Sounds like intuition to me.

    Einstein rocked!

  10. Einstein learned to look within and to intuition to reveal the everpresent harmony of the universe. And its laws.This is my definition of spirituality!

  11. The problem with trying to create a mathematical formula that will capture reality is that mathematics are rooted in duality whereas the essence of reality is inherently non dual and cannot be reduced to quantitative measurement and analysis. Although ultimate reality can be intuitively experienced, it is simply not subject to things such as mathematics and the kinds of science which depend upon and derive from it.

  12. I say that each of us comprehend more than we are able to vocalize. Einstein was gifted with the ability to come close to expressing his thoughts through speech and science. He cultivated his own intuition to perceive and connect with the universe in the moment of his life, way to go Albert!

    E=Mc2 TNX!!!

  14. These may be some of the most beautiful words I have ever read in my life.. Like reading my own thoughts. I love this man.

  15. don’t refer god as him….. because back then it was known to be both forces as one! stop using and referring god to HIM ok fanatics? because male and female unified is what creates

  16. Here is a man who truly understood the Nature of Relativity … the nature by which one “relates” to the world of time, space and energy. And that all falls under the description of Quantum Physics.

    But IMO .. what he never “Said” … but was implicit in his thinking was the fact that it is the Qualia (the quality of entangled harmonic relationships) that is the driving force of . . . “Causation” that precedes and is essential for the . . . .Quanta “Effects” of things we call reality.

    And so when social scientists catch up with the axioms of “Quantum of Physics” … with their “Qualia of Harmonics” … then humanity may just have a chance of surviving the corporate and political secrets, lie, corruption and greed that is destroying our chances of survival.

  17. Agreed, not a religious person but a kind person. Living in the moment, enjoying life and not in the least concerned about heaven or Hell but rather what form my energy will take. The Universe is a big place.

  18. Einstein was a true father of Philosophy – one of the greatest and he knew where he stood! Such depth in every word he wrote or stated – ex “I do not need any promise of eternity to be happy. My eternity is now. I have only one interest: to fulfill my purpose here where I am.” And Einstein Lives On!

  19. Great read! Do good, help others and stay in today ?
    Very interesting reading all these comments..
    Do the next right thing!

  20. Cosmic Religion

    The Following section was taken from Albert Einstein’s Ideas and Opinion (1954): Cosmic Religion “But there is a third stage of religious experience which belongs to all of them, even though it is rarely found in a pure form: I shall call it cosmic religious feeling. It is very difficult to elucidate this feeling to anyone who is entirely without it, especially as there is no anthropomorphic conception of God corresponding to it.

    The individual feels the futility of human desires and aims and the sublimity of marvelous order which reveal themselves both in nature and in the world of thought. Individual existence impresses him as sort of a prison and he wants to experience the universe as a single significant whole… The religious geniuses of all ages have been distinguished by this kind of religious feeling, which knows no dogma and no God conceived in man’s image; so that there can be no church whose central teachings are based on it. Hence it is precisely among the heretics of every age that we find men who were filled with this highest kind of religious feeling and were, in many cases, regarded by their contemporaries as atheists, sometimes also as saints.

      • Gardeners of duality – great way to put it. And we, as one cosmic mind, did it for the fun. Only to “ascend”, begin to remember, and probably do it all over again falling back into the “Forgetfulness” of the veil. Here we go again.. And onto fourth density we go!

        • Ah. The the dwapara yuga. This is a time of great change. The great awakening of all the humans on the earth. It has been prophesized. The Hopi people say that after travellers in wagons (pioneers), iron snakes (trains), spider webs (telephone lines), and rivers of stone (highways) cross the land then the young ones will learn the way of the elders (hippies?) Then we will enter the fourth world and find Pahana, the lost white brother. The Hindus say that Kalki,the supreme incarnation of Vishnu will destroy all evil riding on a white horse. The Bible says that God will ride on a white horse and destroy all evil and usher in a thousand years of peace. It’s coming soon. As Crosby Still and Nash said “the darkest time is always just before the dawn” it is definitely a dark time. The dawn is coming. Prepare. Not with your mind, oh no, those who do will be left behind, but with your, your soul, the very whole of your existence. Be in the universe, no, be the universe yourself. But is there a self? Does it matter? Breathe and drink And eat and sleep and take care of the earth, our mother. It is universal. Across cultures. Across time. It is cosmic. It is the whole universe at play. It is utterly, perfectly beautiful.

    • What I find hilarious is that my current Physics book I’m using for Physics101 in college, goes into a egotistical rant concerning intuition and “Pseudo” sciences. Yet so called “Pseudo” sciences actually do have a place in REAL science. Its appalling and utterly nauseating that much incredible scientific research that has been done regarding intelligent energy around us is laughed out of dodge and considered “logical fallacy”. For example, Dr. Jim Tucker’s research of reincarnation is absolutely incredible. I think its very scientific and valid. Most scientists today repulse me. “Rationality” is the enemy of intuition. Intuition is available to all, scientist or not. One need not be a mathematical genius to perceive the truth of the cosmos. It may be that math fails us in the end and destroys our opportunity for spiritual ascension. One can not see the big picture if they are peering through a keyhole out of FEAR of what they will see if they open their hearts/minds up to their own gift (power) of intuition. Yes, it takes courage to look in that direction. You may be labeled a mystic or a fool, but in the end, you’re looking at truth while much of science is trying to measure God with an equation.

  21. Its unfortunate that commenters here are disappointed that Einstein didn’t satisfy their pre-conceived notions. He provided a wonderful perspective, and as he mentioned at the end, he was only here to fulfill his purpose.

  22. The article is titled “The Spiritual World of Albert Einstein” and it is very interesting to read what a man of his intellectual capacity believed. It’s not for anyone in this day and age of so many church leaders and leaders of alternative belief systems, who have been exposed as having feet of clay, to expose their lack of compassion and enlightenment by denouncing or criticizing what Einstein believed. After the horrors and omissions committed by of one of the biggest religions on the planet today…how can anyone follow its tenets with the sort of blind devotion many do, mystifies me. what you believe and how you express that belief should be private and is no-one’s business but yours…forcing your beliefs on others is pure selfish ego.

  23. It’s a shame society has to corral itself into the realm of rational thought but I suppose it’s seen as the only way to maintain order and control the direction of progress to any degree. Most people simply don’t have the level of intelligence required to allow intuition to be our guiding philosophy; it would simply result in chaos. Or would it? Maybe if intuition was given a higher standing in our education system it would release a spring of latent brilliance. Either way…I wish we had more Einsteins.

    • It’s not whether you are intelligent enough to listen to intuition…we all have intuition…we’ve just been conditioned by industrialism to ignore it.

  24. Einstein provided uplifting words here, especially for the times in which they were written when science reigned: “reason over passion”- and relevant now….disappointed in many of the comments which are not uplifting….

    • That is a good point encouagement,compliments, and uplifting words thoughts are good into the growth of wisdom and birth of ideas that have yet manifested certainly these ideas will come to pass truth is always the constant a control for any theroy. Experiments with humans that are false programmed are flawed do not focus on flaws focus on talents gifts and fuel those to the bent of each individual uplifting to heights far above any measurement man would place as limitess heigh without the loss of fortunes or sanity perfectly sound I challenge you to listen and hea…

  25. Behind every pair of eyes save our own there is an unknown universe into which we can not enter. We can make assumptions of similar experiences but these assumptions come with limitations and can in themselves be limiting. To assume the human consciousness to be “higher” makes such an assumption. It is similar in its fallacy to a person educated within a specified culture to assume some other cultures to be “primitive.” Our god after all may not be a he or a she but an it. It may be very creative but it may not necessarily be just.
    Life itself is a grand experiment for which even the hypothesis has yet to be written.- Fragscap Napoli

    • even the bible says: God says. I Am Alpha and Omega the beginning and the ending.Alpha and Omega the divine polarity. Or call it yin and yang. God is male and female.

      • God is good and just. We are co-creators with God. We have free will in what we think, say and do. We an do good things are bad things. But there also comes a time when we have to reap what we saw. Otherwise we don’t learn from our mistakes.

    • So beautiful to see so many of us agreeing on what we all State is so simple and clear.

      We are blessed in the moment of course. The date of each post having no true value as I am experiencing this at this moment. Well oops thats gone. Haha

      Yes it is a beautiful thing. We are all spiritual beings as you all stated clearly. Intuition works beautifully. Gut feeling. Heart Space is one statement I was taught with though of course it all has the exact same lovely meaning.

      So beautiful to see us all agreeing.

      Thank you for this!


  26. “If we want to improve the world we cannot do it with scientific knowledge but with ideals. Confucius, Buddha, Jesus and Gandhi have done more for humanity than science has done” Without science you’d still think the sun rotates around the Earth and you’d not be publishing this utter nonsense.

    • How could he possibly have overlooked the confirmation by Copernicus being the turning point when people began treating other people justly, after which we all lived happily ever after? Now I understand why Einstein devoted his life to religion, and had so little regard for science.

      • Like Einstein says we have to find our purpose on this earth, which first you have to learn self. Our fraudulent systems of governance worldwide doesent allow that. That’s why conciouness awareness is not taught in the education systems, to keep humans preoccupied and in servitude. The elites on this earth know it and don’t want humans to find out about there own spiritual iq which is the highest of intelligence quotas. The education system will only teach you that an academic iq is a high iq.Companys, businesses and investors know and teach about iq quadrants this is how we are rated in this fraudulent system intelligence quota and spiritual iq us the winner. Elbert Einstein found out the truth and knew his job-purpose here. Helping to awaken the human consciousness. We are sound, energy and vibration, Please help create spiritual consciousness awareness.Its an amazing enlightenment.

    • I wouldn’t say he had little regard for science. The man was a scientist. What he tried to do was bring two “things” that are (perceived as) opposites and bring them together into a balance; the Middle Way that Buddha talked about.

    • Are you happier knowing the position of the sun? That’s the point he’s trying to make. Logical knowing doesn’t make one any happier. Knowing love and compassion absolutely does.

      • Love and compassion is they key to any of life’s experiences regardless of time or dimension. If love and compassion are always a consistent control the results absolutely are good often times others are unaware of the importance and nesesity of love and compassion to survive and heal untill the even balance is achieved pain and long suffering will thrive a welcomed enemy almost longed for as a way to survive from trauma unhealthy relationships. The solution find one lover equally yoke just love and be loved by any means

  27. If, we don’t think, outside the square, we won’t know we’re in it. When everything is relative, inconsequence could be nothing-;!

    • The square is man made it just fences things in, the triangle shows us our path to God and the circles ever widening, as we embrace more and more, are what truly binds us together and keep us alive.

  28. His both of the left and right brains were able to communicate. After Newton, he was the ever genius human mankind has…his washroom had been full of equations all over..very nice article..its like we all need to connect the dots/bits and pieces of information like in a sacred geometry tetrahedon as we all are connected in the sacred COSMOS. Namaste.

  29. He is bind blowing smart, an has just stated the obvious. Some of it is all just such strong built in natural instincts ( intuition )so strong that we cant handle it in our minds (conscious) so we force to manifest it into something we can handle… like a god? or science? … Mayb ? Which he explains is always possible. In a endless amount of ways.

  30. Albert and his finite wisdom was onto something here. God IS REAL.No matter how you want to beat around the bush, He is,He was and He always will be.

    • Prove it… You are your own being, we can see you. We all have a cosmic life within US, we don’t need to be told what to believe or how. See Luke 17: 20-21. Kind of sums it up.

        • Truth is the only consistently factual control and the foundation for any r3ality in any dimensionally. There’s no limits as to what reality can be or become except for the limits, restraints that we allow to infiltrate our own intuition which is a unfortunate mistake keeping ones concious at a below the potential the true height or potential of ones concious has no limits can be magnified infinatly just being receptive to whatsoever shall be shall be forever and forever again the foundation of truth love as ones fuel will be sufficient to energize any voyage reaching heights unimaginable bending the universe if nessasary the bar for self measurement is a trick keep the bar if you are ok with a sub type consious to achieve a concious that surpasses any cosmic or God type consious is simple keep as n open mind have faith and stay fueled up with love accending to limitless heights idimensions that are eternal enduring until the end that is just another beginning forever and forever again . Truth,love, faith they all work together like a good musical band or the rowing 8 from Harvard in unison a well oiled machine working perfectly all the parts like a body each part is important to one can go on with out the other love willendure through a yrhing reuniting any loss in a parellel dimension without the laws that govern our thoughts …

        • I cannot believe in a “God” that is an old man sitting on a cloud somewhere, who would sacrifice his own child after he stopped Abraham from killing his own son. I cannot believe in a religion that purposefully deletes passages from it’s own Bible for the sake of hiding something it does not want humanity to know.

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