If there was no image of God—such as what Christianity believes, and widely touts about Jesus with room for minor civilizational modifications—with no texts of any kind, and you were all on your own, with no reference point, what would you ponder to be the qualities of the source of existence? Would you be willing to give up everything to have an affirming experience with that source, with no guarantee of a prescient being, to greet you at the end of your quest? And, If so, why would such an effort be required to acknowledge God’s presence, and reveal his existence?
What would you feel? What would you conclude? What would you find out? Would it be something dissatisfying? Would God perhaps be unlikeable? Would God be selfish and filled with the desire for power? Or would power dissatisfy God? Would he forego power merely because of logic? Or would He not be able to consider power as a primary objective, for a deeper reason?
I guess in any case God would know if He were to be discovered as a selfish bastard, because his motives were born in the desire for control, no one would really want to include him in anything. But we are lucky, because God is holy, in the sense that the parent child relationship forms the central axis of the universe. God is all around us and inside of us. We are His and Her children, this makes us all a family. There are many answers which have been divulged, because we require them. This is the work of the Divine Principle and its philosophical component, Unification Thought.
The most important thing and point of any explanation is that God may be felt, and experienced, beyond concept. When we are clear that God created us eternally, and that there is a spiritual world, corresponding to that eternal life, the world will know a spiritual awakening in this scientific era, so called. Through this people will slowly discard selfishness. This time of Cosmic Spring has been initiated, by True Parents.
~ The Oxtail Crew