God’s clock

He who is capable of withering away only insofar as something interests him, will always get the answer


God is a set clock which no one can set according to himself, for God’s clock is like a clock without hands. God is thus always useful to us, whereas we harm him if we do not want to accept that in our essence we are also a clock without hands.

Each at the end of his step steps before the final person or thing which opens for him the path to God. In the end Jesus had only one relationship – Father and Son; God as a clock without time and He who was tormented by the acceptance of timelessness. There was nothing else in between anymore.

He who agrees to timelessness, gets to know God in infinite number of ways.

God is an imaginary notion of timelessness, while Jesus Christ is the last form of the spirit through which man can measure his soul.