If I were God, what questions would you ask me?

Anonymous (@) 11 years, 5 months ago

I will answer as best I can.

April 18, 2011 at 7:40 am
Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

@mercurial, Is that what you would ask God, or are you asking me personally?

@donjaime23, Yea, sorry if I went off a little. Definitely check out Neale Donald Walsch though.

@zowie, Your own truth is the only thing that can tell you which kind of ice cream to get.

Cornerstone (52) (@cornerstone) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

How often do you ride the bus and do you usually know people on it or are they strangers to you?

Damion (8) (@noimadsuperlove) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

Do we all get a sexy version of you to guide us around the trippy afterlife? Please and thank you.

Marie (2,051) (@ARCANUS) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

– How big is the universe really?
– Why did you create the universe the way that you did?

Dan (890) (@danfontaine) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

I would not have any questions for you.

Dan (890) (@danfontaine) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

Okay I take that back, I really want to know the truth about human history pre history books.

Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

@mercurial, God needs nothing. Especially not attention. God had too much attention from Herself, so He created the Universe, which is just God expressed and experienced. God does however want your attention, not because She needs anything from you; only because He knows it’s in your best interest to see the Universe from the perspective of Who You Really Are. This is because you really ARE God and your soul knows deeply that there is nothing more gratifying than realizing this connection to All That Is. God needs nothing, and neither do you.

@danfontaine, The shift of the ages wipes the slate nearly clean every time. In other words, we won’t remember until we do. Our history has been hacked up and pieced together too many times for me to give a good answer.

@ARCANUS, Depends on where you are viewing it from and to experience what I know of Myself.

Prittii (55) (@prittii) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

One day I asked God: “please let me know somehow if you really exist”

Then some days later a girl from Hungary told me there was a saint crying in her country and many people were talking about it. Then I looked in the internet about “weeping saints”. Scientists take the statue to see if it’s a fraud and many, such as the one I’m posting in this youtube video, are proven to be a real miracle.


Together with that I ended up finding by accident also about near-death experiences (my aunt also had that when she had a heart attack and completely changed her life!).

For me this two answers were good enough. God exists!

Now I wanted to know how God really is… Just like in the Bible?

Then I had a chat with my aunt about God and her experience with near death… She told me she felt a strong light pulling her body and that energy was amazing! She said in her whole life she never felt so much love and happiness. Counting with the fact that my aunt was a very grumpy person, smoked cigarettes, drunk alcohol, etc, and God was still taking her body when she was dying, I noticed that God is not like the Bible say… God is just a great energy of goodness and love and he will be there to embrace every single one of us in the end! My aunt had a great transformation in her life after this experience: she quit smoking and drinking, she started loving life, nature and became a very calm and loving person (just by feeling the energy of God for 1 minute!).

Another answer I’ve got with this: There is life after death!

I have a few more questions I’d like to know from God, but sometimes I have the feeling in the back of my mind that I already know this answers:

– Is there any other creature in the universe, or are we alone?
– If there is, are we gonna get in touch with this creatures at some point?
– What can I do to make the maximum amount of people have a happier life?
– What can I do to take the maximum experience out of my life?

Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 1 month ago ago


Do you really think that was obvious? Maybe you’ve been around this information quite a while to state such, but to others this is beyond your average joe mind. Beyond is an understatement.

Jessica Vannette (6) (@butidonteven) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

are you ashamed with the way our society has developed in thinking and behaving?

what is hell like, and why would you want to put people (your own creations) there?

are there animals in heaven?

what do you do to keep yourself busy?

do you have a sense of humor?

what did you do before you created the earth, universe, space (pretty much everything that exists)?

what was/is your inspiration?

what kind of music do you like?

do you think rock and roll is evil, or kind of fun?

Jessica Vannette (6) (@butidonteven) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

@mercurial, i cant tell if youre weird, or just an asshole.

Milo (57) (@milo) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

Would you rather eat chocolate that tasted like poop or
poop that tasted like chocolate?

Milo (57) (@milo) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

I expect a deeply profound answer.

Anonymous (0) (@) 10 years, 1 month ago ago

@mercurial, The little I know about Zen, I learned from this guy.

@butidonteven, God is not ashamed because Her comfort zone includes All That Is and therefore cannot experience guilt or embarrassment except through individual processes of creation such as you and I. God knows every possible outcome and He merely awaits our creative choice in every moment of Here and Now.

Hell is suffering, which is caused only by separation, which is an illusion. God puts no one in hell, it is only a matter of choice and intent, focus and perspective. Merely shift your frame of perspective towards conscious creation and heaven will reveal itself.

All Things exist in heaven “There are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of in you’re philosophy.”

God keeps busy throughout space and time, permeating it and All.

God invented humor.

Nothing, God could only think before this.

You are.

Music with undulating dissonance and resonance, which pretty much applies to all music. God loves every song every one of His creations has played. She inspired them, like All Things.

@milo, No preference really. :P

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