I recently emailed that
sinner Normal Bob Smith to ask him a few questions, but seeing as
how he's just a human being and well, you're God and all, and I
was curious if you would take time out of your busy schedule to
give me your take on these. I know you spend a lot of time watching
sparrows fall and counting all the hairs on our heads, and I hope
you have time to get to me. So, if I've groveled properly, here
are my questions....
Why are us humans only
allowed to be so happy for so long before it's necessary for something
to come along and kick us in the shins and remind us that life isn't
about being happy, we have to be made to suffer? And if we refuse
to play along, does that mean that the fall will be that much worse?
Is there some rule that
NO ONE can ever say they love you without some sort of expectation
or apology attached to it? For instance, you love us, but we have
to worship you. So does that mean we have to attach some sort of
expectation when we love each other here on earth? Can't we just
love each other for who we are and the contributions we make to
And the one that I really
want to know... Why did you create fate? You know, the idea that
there's one person out there for you, just waiting to be found,
and if you pass them up, well then you're settling for less? I know
you're God and all, but isn't that just like believing in fairy
godmothers and princes on white horses? Someone believed in those
at some point in time, so what makes you more real than them?
I also had a question
for you that I couldn't ask Bob, but I'm hoping you can explain
this to my small human mind. Can you explain this Trinity thing
to me? I live in Indiana so I can understand how you theoretically
can be both the Father and the Son, but I don't get that whole Holy
Ghost thing. How can you be two beings and an entity all at the
same time? And did you create Halloween so the Holy Ghost wouldn't
feel left out since Christ has both Christmas AND Easter? Or did
you do it just as a favor to us humans because we like chocolate
As you can see, I have
a lot of questions for you that I've been pondering for some time.
I hope you can spend a few moments of your eternity to answer them,
seeing as how you have a lot more time available to you to work
out the answers.