Interview with God

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Interview with God (by Beth Alves)

I dreamed I had an interview with God. “Come in,” said God. “So you want to ask me something?” “Only if you have time for me,” I said. God laughed and said: “My time is eternity and that’s enough for everything. – What questions would you like to ask me? “And I asked:” What is the most surprising thing about people? “God replied:” …

that they find it so boring to be children and want to grow up and then long to be children again ……

that they ruin their health to make a lot of money and then invest all their money to get well again ……

that they worry so much about the future that they forget about the present and then neither live properly in the present nor in the future ……

that they live as if they would never die and that they die as if they had never lived… ”Then God took my hand and we were silent for a while. –

then I asked, “What do you mean as a father, what lessons should your children definitely learn for life?” God replied with a smile: “You should learn that they cannot force anyone to love them, but what they can do, is to be loved… ..

that the most precious thing is not what they have in life, but who they have in their life ……

that comparing yourself to others is not enough. Each will be judged individually according to his own works and not in comparison with a group …

that a rich person is not the one who owns the most, but who needs the least …

they should learn that a person you love can be hurt very deeply in a few seconds, but that it takes many years to heal them again … ..

to forgive by practicing forgiveness … that they are deeply loved by some people who just don’t know how to show or express their feelings ……

that with a lot of money you can buy everything except happiness …

that two people look at the same thing and can see them completely differently …

that a real friend is someone who knows everything about you –

and still loves you …

that it is not always enough to receive forgiveness from others, but that they also have to forgive themselves… ”I sat there for a while and enjoyed the moment. I thanked him for the time and for everything he did for me and my family. He replied, “Anytime, I’m here, twenty-four hours a day. All you have to do is ask about me and I will answer. ”

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