A brief discussion session with my mother about culture and religion led to a random question popping in my head: does God really exist? I asked this question to a person who provided me with a simple answer: God exists within ourselves.
My mind was in a state of dilemma. On one hand, I was satisfied whereas, on the other, I was brainstorming! I searched for the answer in many people, but everyone led to different and complex statements.
After tons of discussions, I realised that God exists but as different values for different people. Varying from culture to culture; religion to religion. In myths, He is recognised as Brahma or Paramatma-Brahma: the face of God and Paramatma: infinite supreme power around which the entire world revolves.
I realised that God is presented as a symbol of hope and joy. Our dreams and goals are carried by Him, even the wind and water are His. Finally, I got my answer, God exists in our loved ones.
God is always unseen.
He exists but is invisible to us;
Not even a microscope can view the soul.
Then how is it possible to view God?
He is like space and the wind.
To which we feel but can’t view.
He is known by meditated wisdom.
It is a fact according to my view.