Another Point of View: Strange Gods
We each have our own ideas of what God is or is not like. If you look at cultures around the world and across the stretch of time the ideas of God have even more variety.
Cultures have a variety of ideas of where Gods reside, how the world was made, the role of humanity and what comes after death. There have been angry gods, loving gods, demanding gods, gentle gods, impersonal distant gods. For some there is no god only the endless universe with all its mysteries.
So for this challenge, put yourself in the place of someone whose concept of God and/or how the world works is different from yours. See the world through this person's eyes. Describe something in the environment or have a conversation with this other God or with a representative of God like a saint or prophet.
You might choose to do this through the eyes of an ancient Mayan or Egyptian; a devout Catholic, Jew or Muslim; someone who believes that gods reside in the stones and trees. Or you might try something from the point of view of someone who yearns to believe.
Go where ever this takes you and post something below with Mr. Linky even if it took you someplace that hardly seems related! I look forward to what you come up with.
Have fun with this one and I hope my photo does not offend anyone. This fellow is a temple guardian in China.
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