Does heaven exist, is hellfire real?

Can one really be cursed, or even be healed?

Do you embrace the story of Adam & Eve?

Or is it evolution or re-incarnation, what do you believe?

Do you believe in Jesus, in Buddha, in Allah or all?

Or do you believe in yourself or in nothing at all?

Was all this confusion a part of God’s plan?

Does He really exist, is He really a man?

Some say that He gave us the freedom to choose,

But what if you join a team that is destined to lose

All these questions are enough to claim our sanity

Will death be the only way that we’ll gain clarity?

One God, many God’s, no God, how are we ever supposed to know?

Father, if you are listening, please show us the way to go.


Lee   Lee wrote
on 4/12/2013 4:55:40 AM
Great muse. I believe that the process is direct co-creative partnership between man and the universe and that we are carved from heavans branch, but we have been given the freewill to contribute to the growth of the cosmic tree in any way that our imaginations can concieve of.

Pulelehua   Pulelehua wrote
on 1/22/2009 2:23:52 PM
Mmmm ... You express unanswered questions that so many of us have. Beautifully written. So many of us seek answers from God but do not open their eyes or their hearts to see them. Answers come in all shapes and forms. Thank you for sharing your poem.

aussiedee   aussiedee wrote
on 8/31/2008 6:07:17 AM
I love what you have written. Questions without answers... or in some ways, questions with many right answers and no wrong answers. For each person, the answer they believe in, is right.

Hank   Hank wrote
on 8/27/2008 12:18:37 PM
You questions will be answered. Sometimes one has to ponder what has happen in their live to understand religion and what is to come. Most definitions attempt to find a balance somewhere between sharp definition and meaningless generalities.

StarPoet   StarPoet wrote
on 6/10/2008 11:15:25 PM
A question for the ages. Who is right? What is right? Where is right? What is truth? These and so many more are the eternal questions of the age.

writing Cre8tive_One
From possibility to actuality
Bookmark and Share

You must log in to rate.
Rating: 9.0/10

This is pretty much self explainitory. I believe in God, even though I don't go to houses of worship often. I have many friends of diverse nationalities and religions and I respect them and their beliefs. As a matter of fact I have learned much from them and I have become a better person because of interraction with them. I have come to the personal conclusion that "religion" is man-made, but a "relationship" with God is essential and should be desired. Now this is just my personal and extremely humble opinion. I welcome your thoughts if you agree, disagree, or if you think the concept of God is fascinating or ficticous. I will never dispute or disrespect someone elses view. I believe that discussion brings awareness and enlightenment so please, feel free to share.