Where is G‑d?
Is He really there?
It sure looks like
He's not anywhere.

First I looked in the sky.
Couldn't see G‑d up there.
Hurried past an old lady,
On her folding chair.

I looked behind bushes -
Never follow your nose!
In one bush it got poked
By the thorn on a rose!

I felt kind of silly -
But I wanted to know.
How can I believe
In a G‑d who won't show?

A manhole was uncovered,
So I took a peek.
Didn't think I'd find G‑d -
But this was Hide-and-Seek!

I turned over some rocks,
And I climbed up two trees,
But I scurried down one
When I met up with bees!

Found three birds in a nest,
Eating worms with their toes!
It did not look like G‑d -
But that's how it goes!

I looked down at an anthill.
I looked through a hose.
I looked in a mailbox -
Well, one never knows...

"What you looking for, sonny?
Can I give you a hand?"
THE OLD LADY! - I jumped!
She'd never understand.

"I'm just looking..." I mumbled,
And tried hard to smile.
"I'm not busy," she said,
"Can I join you awhile?"

"You know what, little fellow?
You remind me - you do -
Way back when I was young,
I looked for G‑d, like you.”

But, how did she know?
How much had she seen?
“Where is G‑d?” I asked.
She whispered: “In between!”

“G‑d hides in the grass,
Within each tiny blade.
He hides under rocks,
In the coolness of shade.”

“G‑d hides inside things
That everyone sees.
You can even find G‑d
While you're climbing trees!"

"G‑d gets down with the ant.
Did you think that G‑d can't!
In each bee full of zest -
In each bird in his nest.“

“This whole world's filled with G‑d -
Seen with wide-open eyes.
G‑d is out here right now,
Tucked within His disguise!”

"You'd already found G‑d
By yourself here today.
Right on your own block -
G‑d doesn't live far away!”

Now I know where G‑d hides.
Up and down every street!
How I thanked my new friend -
It was so great to meet!

Do you know where G‑d is?
I think you do.
And now that you know -
You can find G‑d too!