How Would You want God to Change this World?

@OneOfMany (12392)
United States
October 30, 2016 10:26am CST
I hear god is taking requests and will change the world shortly. He's already working on the climate change and political structure and economic factors, so what else would you like? Note that there is no such person as Jesus in this particular office, so any requests to him will not be taken seriously. He's not god and never has declared himself to be one. Unless of course his talk about 'serving his god' was a personality disorder, in which case he's an insane god... which I think is worse. Anyway, what would you like to see change in this world?
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@Talknpen (1822)
• United States
30 Oct 16
Hi Morgan. I would say that God is doing what God does and people should understand that God is the ultimate jury, judge, and creator.
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@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
2 Nov 16
Then God gets a free pass to do what he wants. Noted and relayed.
@Talknpen (1822)
• United States
2 Nov 16
@OneOfMany I would just say that God created us. We are great, wonderful, beings that get to know life because of God's grace. Just as God has given us life, we give ourselves a greater sense of peace when we know that we are able to learn how to live as beings with great potential and humanity. It is alright to ask questions, 'make requests'; but God put us here, and what more could one ask for as we go through this journey to accepting God's power as well as our own.
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@Talknpen (1822)
• United States
3 Nov 16
@OneOfMany Please elaborate. I see that there may be an example in there somewhere.
@april_ang (587)
30 Oct 16
I would want God to change this world as He wish, because He's The God. Q : Anyway, what would you like to see change in this world? A : who am I to decide what to change in this world, so I think I wanna change myself for the better. That would be my serious answer, as for the joke answer I wish the planet earth is bigger so it needs more than 24 hours to rotate. I hope I have more time to sleep. ;p
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@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
2 Nov 16
Fortunately your wish is already granted! Every year the Earth gains mass from cosmic debris that rains down on the planet. And from recent years of certain shifts, the day is increasing as the rotation is indeed slowing down, but only in a matter of a few milliseconds a year. You'll have to wait several thousand years before you can reap the benefits!
3 Nov 16
@OneOfMany okay..
@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
5 Nov 16
@april_ang What? It's true...
@Jessicalynnt (47879)
• Centralia, Missouri
31 Oct 16
I would like to see little bits of kindness get rewarded faster and people being meanies getting a lesson sooner
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@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
2 Nov 16
Unlike Murphy's Law of "No good deed goes unpunished"? Me too. I always seem to regret performing good deeds because something bad happens to me afterward. XD
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• Centralia, Missouri
2 Nov 16
@OneOfMany that's an odd twist of things
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@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
3 Nov 16
@Jessicalynnt Yep. I have reverse empathy. Perhaps I occasionally have reverse karma.
@Poppylicious (10064)
30 Oct 16
God has never listened to me so I doubt he'd suddenly listen to a request from me. Besides, I'd request something insane, like world peace and he'd destroy the world. What better way to achieve long answer everlasting peace on earth?
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@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
2 Nov 16
Unfortunately, world peace is one of the most difficult things to wish for, because there is pseudo peace, which exists by culling certain people along the way to maintain it, and real peace, which would be only able to be maintained by making a utopia where no one would have need to get jealous, greedy, envious, wrathful, lazy, gluttonous, or lustful. And those are all things expressed by humanity if even a little difference pops up. It's not impossible, but it is highly improbable.
@Hatley (164451)
• Garden Grove, California
30 Oct 16
I would l ike to see countries get along and not resort to wars and in our towns I would love to see people actually care for o ne other as they do in very small towns this is what we need really
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@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
2 Nov 16
In an internet community all sorts of people that are separated by borders in the real world get along well and even like each other and respect opinions. By creating a world that is similar, we would need to find the common threads that create unity while overcoming the differences that keep us apart. I think that world is possible, but not while governments breed hostility among the public.
• Calgary, Alberta
29 Apr 17
remove free will all together. I know that sounds cruel but if you will look at the description of heaven, People there wont have free will because it is going to be a 24/7 church service.
@OneOfMany (12392)
• United States
29 Apr 17
That's so cruel I can't even like it! :P Some of the Christian Reich would have you believing that's the case already. I was always in a fierce debate of the beauty that comes from randomness.