Either we believe in responsible compassion in humans, or in "gods;" We can't simultaneously believe in both understandings of eternity. The organizer of the Vatican II Ecumenical Council said it best: "God" doesn't change, but our understanding of "God" continues to do so.
I, among others, have come to the point in my spiritual journey That I don't believe the term "god" accurately reflects eternal energy. How blind we have been, not seeing that all gods are based on homo sapiens, Rather than that full humanity is based on eternal compassionate energy.
Why are homo sapiens so resistant to new attitudes and information? Without growth and adaptability, every species on earth dies. Unless we are willing to concede the end of homo sapiens civilization, It's time that we acknowledge that we're already parts of eternity.
We can't hope to keep up or understand all universal knowledge; We can only hope that our children allow us to observe the fruits Of the labors we willingly offered up to sheltering and teaching them, Trusting in the basic values of responsible compassion we shared.
Our era was created out of invisible universal compassionate energy; We must not pull our heirs backward out of our own fear of change. How the Sacred Spirit of their universe is manifested is beyond us; Embrace the energy of The Eternal Sacred we impart while here.
Let them fly, knowing that our values are the tails on their kites; Our earth is spinning at a rate that we could never conceptualize. How horrible it would be to consume our children's sacred energy Because we're afraid of losing these dear physical parts of ourselves.
My most fervent wish is that the energy I've imparted to my children and others Will bear positive energy, in many others, for many generations upon our earth. I believe that the only heaven is the one we begin here in our shared universe; What we sow in our earthly lives, many generations will continue to reap and re-sow.