Not only are people on Earth looking for God. Even the Sun is searching for God.
The Sun is speeding through our galaxy the Milky Way at 500,000 miles per hour in its cosmic hunt for the elusive Creator.
And get this! Not only the Sun, but the Milky Way itself is looking for God — it’s barreling through 500 billion galaxies at 2.2 million miles per hour.
Man, my head is spinning. That is one hell of a galactic God-hunt to beat all God hunts.
And yet — wait for it now — God is nowhere to be the found.
Is this perhaps not a clue? That God is a figment of the imaginations of fearful, desperate, eternal-life-seeking human beings.
I’m not saying that’s the situation, I’m just sayin’.
Comments to the contrary would be most welcome. I’m not saying there is no God, I’m just looking for help in believing as I deal with (and I’ll try to say this with as little self-pity as possible, which is probably impossible) the recent death of my wife; and the past deaths of my brothers and my son.