This is always such an empty and silly way out.
By the lack of real love and support from real people, people like you turn to ‘magical thinking’.
They create for themselves a fictional kind of ‘superhuman being. A fantasy they hold on to. Like children do who still try to believe in Santa Claus.
This state of mind is at least delusional for it denies reality big time. In fact, in many cases, it borders on Psychosis.
When you really believe some kind of fictional ‘God’ is comforting you while there’s no one there actually to comfort you, you’ve fled in a kind of Psychotic state separated from reality.
I understand. Reality is too hard to take for many of us. Many go ‘crazy’ when any sense of meaning gets lost by hard facts of reality. That’s why psychiatric hospitals are always full and churches are filling again these days.
Facing reality and accepting it is often the hardest thing to do. But you’ll have to do it yourself. No fictional ‘God’ will help you or show you the way (with a fictional book/guide at hand).
The only comfort and lessons those fictional books (Bible, Koran, etc.) can give, is they show an anecdotical record of (bad) human behavior throughout all ages.
In this view, those books clearly show us reality in many forms.
Their writers (and rulers) tried very hard to let us see this reality in a specific way. They fabricated a clever way out by inventing ‘God, Allah, Jezus, Mohamed, etc.) derailing our attention, resistance and believes not on them (the rulers) but on some fictional ‘God’ and the ‘afterlife’. Effectively leaving them off the hook in this only life we have and gaining almost complete control.
This tactic has worked for thousands of years and it still does in many countries.
Thanks to billions of people like you who rather fall in denial and magical thinking than to accept reality and stand up to injustice and fight it.
You seem one of those who took the easy way out. I can’t judge you of course. You’ll have your reasons. Live can be very hard I know.
But please stop trying, dragging people into your own very limited believe-system. If it works for you; okay.
Psychotic believe-systems in paranoid/schizophrenic people often work very well for them for many years. To them, it’s functional whatever the losses. Let it be, I learned after working 25 years in psychiatric hospitals. It often would be cruel to ‘cure’ their delusions for there would be no alternative to replace them. Facing reality would be a tremendous chock that most of them would not be able to handle.
So it’s not my objective to change your believe-system either.
Just to tell people to think twice when they come across a person like you who proclaims a very simple, childish way out.
Like advertising a simple, unproven antidote to cure cancer.
It’s annoying in a way but also devalues the problem discussed here.
With your comment, you put yourself also in a ‘God-like’ position. Ignoring all that’s been said here.
You clearly take the higher ground here inspired by ‘God’ as if you are speaking ‘God’ yourself.
Think about it (to all).