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It's Mathematically impossible that God doesn't exist.
« on: August 15, 2020, 06:38:54 PM »
God is a proof of his own existence, because, he is the Necessary being and by definition, mathematically proven to exist by recalling Him.

Tawhid was never about the fact there was no other gods, for that is not good enough, it's that there is no possibility of other gods at all other then God, and that's because of his greatness mathematically is so great, that he is absolute life, that lacks no life.

As he lacks no life, no possible existence can exist without him and to existence can ever add to the amount of existence before it came to be, for God is the absolute existence before every life and after every life and doesn't lose life as he emits from his own existence and treasures to creation.

Mathematically, due to his Necessary absolute greatness, it's proven it's impossible to imagine God in imagination while not seeing the true existence.

Rather, due to his sheer greatness, God can only be seen to exist, and cannot be imagined to not exist.

Yes, we can believe it maybe that God doesn't exist, but in reality, God exists and we are looking at the real thing, because he is the Necessary being, and it's impossible for the necessary being to not exist.  He exists without the possibility of having not existed, it was never possible in any possibility, that greatness doesn't exist to the absolute degree.

Greatness by definition is so comprehensive, it encompasses all possible things that can be taken as gods other then God, and makes them pale in comparison to That being, and it includes all greatness and beauty in this world, and so there is no doubt he exists.

When we recall absolute greatness, we see that being that nothing does he miss in his absence.

This proves Tawheed is not simply about seeing if God exists, he is one, but rather, seeing his oneness and necessary existence is impossible to not be the case.

It's not about counting one God, but realizing, there cannot be any other, by recalling the greatness of the absolute being and seeing God cannot be seen in imagination only seen in reality, hence, when we recall God, we are looking at the real thing.

"Is it so bad, then, to be misunderstood? Pythagoras was misunderstood, and Socrates, and Jesus, and Luther, and Copernicus, and Galileo, and Newton, and every pure and wise spirit that ever took flesh. To be great is to be misunderstood.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance

 

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