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People imagine that since G‑d is not physical, therefore He must be in heaven. But the heavens—and all things spiritual—are just as much creations as the earth. Less dissonant, more harmonious, more lucid—but finite realms nonetheless.

G‑d is not found due to the capacity of a place, but by His desire to be there. And what He desires most is to be found in the work of our hands, fixing up His world.

In the heavens is G‑d's light. In the work of our hands dwells G‑d Himself, the source of all light.

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Alexo MADISON, Wisconsin June 27, 2012

Yearning is believing To be human is to reach from inside and towards.... Reply

Sientje Seinen chilliwack , Canada February 1, 2012

insight your comment that God desires to be found in the work of our hands, seem to go contrary to what Isaiah preaches, where he says. "Seek the Lord while He may yet be found." when I read that I often wonder will there come a time when the Lord God can no longer be found? How do we know whether the works of our hands are good or bad as in ecclestiastes it mentions "All is vanity" and that for all these things God will bring us into judgment? Would it not be better to walk in "the fear of the Lord" Reply