I don't mind whether others believe of the secret or not. But I'm sure mere common sense beyond faith, let alone intelligence, would suffice for this secret-revealing-page to make the world convinced of the truth -- if not alone a fact -- the verily indeed... I am God.
And that I say again... I am God.
God? I am God? And who I am again? God? Me? God..?
N-no... Not ME; But I.
I write this article in preparation of the module writing on Lessons on Reading the pages of Animus Dictum as I predicate this page the sub-title "Reading 101". That is, learning to read beyond the literal; reading Metaphysical Communiations or Talasalitaan.
Pahapyaw; Talasalitaan bilang salitaan o usapan ng mga Tala o bituin una na bilang mga kamalayang may malawak na saklaw at bituin bilang sumasaklaw sa mga kapanahunan at reyalidad na dumadaloy at tumutugaygay sa bilis at tulin na saklaw ang distansya ng mga bituwin (light years).
In saying I am God, do I mean I am God?
Why is it that when we say "I" we don't use either the verbs is or are? I is the only pronoun with a built-in verb of its own that no other noun or pronoun may or can predicate. We say "he is" or "they are" and don't say I is or I are. It is, as our rules of grammar would tell us syntactically wrong.
(We may say I was simply because the I in the expression is already in the past tense where the essence is no more present as it is no more than the voice we speak and therefore pertain merely to memory -- our personal memory --hence, grammar and language allow the syntax)
Funny but perhaps the very reason why many of us search God in futility because we keep searching here and there not realizing God is too near for us to search for Him elsewhere beyond ourselves; beyond our heartbeats.
In saying earlier that I AM GOD, what I really mean is that I is God. The I in me is that manifestation of the presence of God in my being.
And again going back to grammar. Simply out of curiosity, do we not wonder why the pronoun I that only letter that must always be written in capital letter. That aside from having a verb of its own, it even has a rule all its own in its form of writing.
No, I am not the I. And neither anyone of us or any other being among us. That I that we speak and the I that we say is the concession that God dwells in us. Us all. And whether we admit of the fact or not, unless we recognize the value of the I in the words we speak, none of the words we say using the I would ever be real.
We've heard time and again our common discontent and disappointments having found out its been way too common that we are most likely hearing a lie rather than truth when we hear someone or anyone tell us or say I love you.
And again, we can't express love or share it the least if we express or share it all by ourselves. It is in recognizing the I that speaks in us when we tell someone I love you.
In like manner, are we to really believe that it is ourselves we mean and pertain when we say I AM BEAUTIFUL...?
The truth says Sir Sherlock Holmes in his exposition on The Science of Deduction is something we need no complex searching to unearth. A keen observer he says, can sense and imagine the reality of an Atlantic or a Niagara in a dropping of water in a faucet even without knowing or yet having heard the idea of such big bodies of water.
The truth in the existence and presence of God, in the same manner, is something and anything we need no longer shed our tears or sweats for if only to realize. That even the very language and words we speak, if only we are to listen closely, is telling us -- almost spelling the words and phrases literally for us -- that GOD IS WITH US.
That why it commonly breaks our heart knowing many of us most commonly don't mean what we say or otherwise dont say what we mean. Not we're all by nature liars or we prefer lies than truth. It simply is because we have not the facility to mean precisely what we say and say exactly what we mean. Fact of the matter, we don't own the words we speak. That until we recognize the other-half of the voice behind our intended expressions and that it is God who owns the meanings of our words, none of what we say would ever have sense or meaning.
(John 1:1-2) In the beginning was the WORD and the WORD was with GOD and the WORD was God. And the WORD become FLESH and dwelt amongst us.
Greetings of a pleasant day as I say again... I am God.
And lastly, let me say... I AM BEAUTIFUL.
(METACOM Reading Fundamental 101)
- Ang Kartero 06:54, Hulyo 22, 2012 (UTC)
- Right now playing on the radio is the song "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" by Starship. And do I miss the '80s on rainy Sundays like this.
- Nitong madaling araw lang bago pa man sikatan ng araw, ulat ng PAG-ASA, nilisan na ng bayong si Ferdie and Philippine area of responsibility matapos mag-iwan ng malawakang pagbaha sa maraming lansangan ng Metro Manila.
- My radio is tuned in to 101.9 FM, TAMBAYAN. That is, Tham Bayan or and Bayan ni Tham. Hello ka naman dyan, Tham. Baka gusto mong kumaway, hehehehe! Nice to be listening to you again... always. Another cup of coffee?
- Eraser Head's "Huling El Bimbo" @ 03:26 this PM
- I was just reminded that at exactly midnight last night I heard for the first time the NEW station Ad of DZMM reciting the PREAMBLE of THE 1987 CONSTITUTION. Just noting. So noted.