Define God.

Define God. prose poem

Photo by Cate Storymoon

What is God?

What is a god?

It’s all relative.

It is all semantics really.

To those who wandered this globe fifty thousand years ago we’d be gods.

Would those who live fifty thousand years from now be looked on as “Gods” by us?

How far into the future or out into space would we need to peer to find

the God?

In fifty thousand years could we produce virtual constructs with artificially intelligent beings? If so, would we be their gods?

Could these beings we produced evolve to create their own virtually intelligent beings?

If so, how far down the rabbit hole could it possibly go? How many layers of gods could their possibly be?

Perhaps more than can be possibly known!

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