Order and chaos,
Destruction and creation,
Points of light in a sea of dark matter
The end of one body,
Birth of a million new ones.
It needs nothing.
It goes on.
So when the physicist said,
“There is so much we still need to explain”.
Need? Why? I think you mean want.
…things you want to explain.
What if not making sense… makes sense.
His god is knowing.
But my god is the nothing I know,
And everyone who knows nothing,
God and goddess.
And my god IS the physicist, the biologist, the astronomer,
Scrambling to find order in the ineffable.
My god is also the writer, the artist, the musician,
Yearning to express on the outside,
Swirling motion inside their body
That will always defy explanation.
My god is the healer, the helper, the caretaker,
Each holding impossible space,
For human anxiety in the face of infinite unknowns
Maybe my god is the scared one hurting,
The drug pusher, the thief,
The drunk driver who hit my car and sped away.
Gods who hold up the world,
And gods who shake it violently.
Gods who make love, gods who make fear.
Gods who are wise and crazy and confused
Curious and beautiful and alive.
Who is god?
What is god?
Today, my god is the millisecond after the question,
the space between asking and answering,
When I love all that I can’t know.
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