A short conversation with God
Me: What if I never realize my purpose in life?
God: Who said your purpose was meant to be realized?
Me: If it’s not meant to be realized, what does it serve?
God: What if you were to appreciate being in a state of unfolding?
Me: What would that do for me?
God: Might it teach you to let go out of the need for an outcome or a destination?
Me: But what if I never become fully “me”?
God: Who says you are never fully you already?
Me: What if I make a wrong decision?
God: There are no wrong decisions. Besides, who said you have free will?
Me: Are you saying we don’t have free will?
God: Who said you can’t have infinite paths to the same destination?
Me: Are you saying our destinies are fixed?
God: What if believing that you are already you and your soul’s path is already decided is the way to learn trust?
Me: What if my soul’s path is painful?
God: Why would you believe your soul’s path is painful? Do you believe that you need to be punished for something?
Me: Are you saying we won’t face pain from our karma?
God: Why do you believe that facing karmic pain will be painful?
Me: How could it be otherwise?
God: Why don’t you enjoy each and every moment, in any way that you can?
Me: What does that mean or feel like?
God: Be joyous about being alive, whatever the circumstances.
Me: How can I do that if I’m feeling pain at the same time?
God: When you understand that, you will know all that you need to know.