After reading some of my sons journals my friend wanted me to ask him a question, I thought I would share his answer with all of you.
"Sometimes you write god with a capital G and other times a small g. I feel you are making a distinction but I don't know why can you explain this, please?"
Love you mom,
The BIG G!! ah ha - the big Guy - capital G, yes there absolutely is a difference. Little "g" when we (all of us) use his name without reverence, belief or the presence which befits the founder and father of all that is. People say for example "oh god", "good god" or speak of god to a lesser value than befits the service "he" (I say he because you understood this) though he is genderless or more precisely part of us all - male, female, plant, rock, planet, stars...If the usage of the word does not worthily serve God - I write it as a small g. Even if someone is talking of God but it doesn't fit the purpose, of the all-encompassing love God holds for all things it is a small g. So it might be to speak of God but the foundation of the thought or writing is indicated by a small g.
A capital G befits the effort with respect and the awareness God deserves, that all-out effort by love for us ALL. "God of all things", "God the creator", "God please help me".
And whatever is the name humans place on the title - the same is true I would write it as a small first letter or capital first letter. It is VERY important to me as I wrote. And even though sometimes you think you are speaking to or of God any trivialization of minimizing his effort and purpose = small g.
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I am creating this blog to honour my son who was killed in a car accident 12 years ago. After his death a series of strange occurrences began that made me search beyond my beliefs in the hope to discover if he was still there. Over the next 2 years with the help of meditation, awareness, and being open minded I learned to sense, feel and ultimately hear my son. Together we have learned how to channel his thoughts through me. I create this blog in the hope that the gift of healing he gives me can be shared with you and help ease your grief. These are his messages, part of my incredible story.