The God Spot


Spring seems to be taking its time to warm up here in Michigan. We get a few warmer days, and then it seems to cool back down. But we know it’s on its way, it has to be because spring comes every year, it’s in Gods plan.

 

For me, I am ready for summer, I wouldn’t mind skipping spring altogether and jump in to summer, but I know that won’t happen, spring must come and stay.

 

Now let me say that we do have green grass, and flowers are blooming and the trees have leaves, so it’s not like its still winter, it’s the temperature I’m talking about. I want those nice 70 degree days with 60 degree nights, or even 80 degree days and 70 degree nights. But we seem to go from a nice 70 degree day to the next day only in the 50’s. I want consistency.

 

But once again, its Gods plan not mine.

 

God seems to have a plan that us humans just can’t figure out, no matter how hard we try. His idea of consistency is based on infinity of time, Gods patterns are endless, so for us to even try to figure it all out, seems kind of pointless, yet we do try and we should try, to a point.

 

The point of the human nature, all we are created for, is to find God, to seek out the truth, and to become all we can. Its part of our make up, it’s who we are, and what we do. Even people who do not believe in God, are in essence, trying to find him in their non-searching or anti-searching. We all are created to search him out, to find the truth, and to seek his love. Yet some of us choose not to, some of us choose to fight the natural instinct of our humanness and walk against the current of our quest.

 

It is Gods plan that we do this, it is part of our DNA, and it’s in our makeup as humans. Researchers have found that all humans had a “God Spot” in our brain; it’s located in the frontal lobe area.

 

 

“The scientists said that although the research and its conclusions are preliminary, initial results suggest that the phenomenon of religious belief is “hard-wired” into the brain.”

 

We are created to be seekers of God, to find the truth of this life. We all have it, and we all, to one degree or another are searching for God.

 

Why would God, in his grand plan, a plan that we as humans have no chance of truly understanding, send us on a search, a mission that we can never truly accomplish?

 

Well maybe that is the over all plan, maybe we are never to complete the task, here on earth. Maybe it’s a plan that last not only in this life time, but also in the next.

 

But we are limited in our ability to think past this point of life, our patterns and our ideas of consistency are based on a limited time frame, we are, by our very nature, limited thinkers, yet the task given to us all was created by an unlimited God.

 

But once again, maybe we are not to figure it all out in this life time, maybe it’s a plan for all eternity, one that we will find a solution to in the after life.

 

All I know is that God Spot seems to want it all now; it seems to always be calling me to new adventures, to new learning, and to new ideas.  

 

Spring will come, when God wants it to, and we will find out answers to our great search, yep you guessed it, when God wants us to.

 

Paul

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About Paul Sposite

Paul Sposite - Life Coach I began my career as an instructor. As an instructor there are two basic requirements. You have to know yourself, so you know where you’re drawing your inspiration from. And you have to actively listen to the others, and then respond to the subtext of what they are saying. In learning about myself I started to focus a lot on my students, how they learned, what questions they were asking and how I could best modify my methods to best serve them. I believe that if you use your real life problems/issues as insights to the issues you need to heal, you’ll grow. From my experience in the classroom, creating curriculum and material to support my training, I developed an interest in how people process information. This interest turned into my interest in Life Coaching.
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