I have to say that being God is a full-time job,
my job is never done,
and there's always room for improvement.
1)I have to address all the dogmas of all the religions
(I treat comparative religion like a hobby though, out of curiosity; it's all good)
2)I have to be as politically active as possible
3)I have to be a happiness psychologist and spread the joy
4)I have to build and maintain my godly physique
5)I have to love everyone to the best of my ability
6)I have to both adduce evidence of my own divinity and convince you of yours, Gods and Goddesses.
If God is love, then perhaps I'd better get started making love.
All on a government disability paycheck. (it's called unearned income)
It's fun though. I can't think of a better way to give my life meaning, in my current circumstances. To life! L'chaim. A la vida! I want to praise you like I should. Busy, busy, as Bokonon says. Praise=p raise...
I saw a book today at the bookstore entitled, "Happier than God"
Since God is such an activist, and being so nearly omniscient and all, I have to say that's not as difficult as it may sound, with my knowledge of all the suffering and prayers directed to me, and my weighing the pros and cons of floods and hurricanes and the like. In fact, I can be quite stern; my thoughts turn ugly once in awhile.. Still, I'd like to check that book out of the library at some point.
18 hours ago