A Quote by Kabir on god, religious, and kabir

What kind of God would He be, if He did not hear the bangles ring on an ant’s wrist, as they move the earth in their sweet dance? And what kind of God would He be, if a leaf’s prayer was not as precious to creation as the prayer His own son sang from the glorious depth of his soul – for us. And what kind of God would He be, if the vote of millions in this world could sway Him to change the divine law of love that speaks so clearly with compassion’s elegant tongue, saying, eternally saying: "all are forgiven – moreover, dears, no one has ever been guilty."

What kind of God would He be if He did not count the blinks of your eyes and is in absolute awe of their movements? What a God - what a God we have.

Kabir

Source: "Love Poems from God" by Daniel Ladinsky

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