can you forget to remember

... I guess in the spirit of Easter, there have been
quite a few radio personalities discussing the
belief or non-belief in a God.

... personally, I see the knee jerk reaction against
God, as a mis-guided backlash against the culturally
ingrained concept of the Judeo-Christian old white man God
of Charlton Heston days, run by Rome or various kings and queens

... but if you look closely at the event sequences in
yours and other's lives, you just might see a hidden
hand at work ... Who is that?

... in the Srimad Bhagavatam today, I read:
including Brahma. This is confirmed in Bhagavad-gita,
Fifteenth Chapter. The Lord says, "I am seated in
everyone's heart, and by Me are remembering and
forgetfulness made possible." As the witness of the
activities of the individual entities, the
Lord gives each one remembrance and intelligence
to act according to his desire at the time he was
annihilated in his last birth in
the last millennium. This intelligence is invoked
according to one's own capacity, or by the law of karma.

... so the ancient texts confirm our scientific understanding
of the never-ending Big Bang events, which are just the
breath exhalations of Vishnu

... and it is stated above, that even at the end of this
Big Bang cycle, those who have not made it back to
the Godhead, will be re-constituted by Brahma to continue
on their chosen path

... it further goes on to state that God is so kind, that
if you want to forget Him, you can; and if you want to
remember Him, He never lets you forget. it's up to you. Do you want to remember the magic
of God, or do you want to forget, and just call it chance
outcomes in the quantuum fluctuations?

... believers are winners, and if there is no God,
then winning is meaningless anyways

© 2014 by zentara
If it is the last word I write, let it be Vishnu