@dcshaleen2 asked 4 months ago.

What does mond believe is the role of god? how is it related to the self?

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@watapamohu answered 3 months ago.

MOND stands for “Massive Neutrino” (no relation to the movie) and it is exactly what it sounds like. If you’re familiar with the Big Bang Theory, then you know that the universe was first created by the explosion of a single point (the singularity).
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@abezepenn answered 3 months ago.

Mond believes that a belief in God is about self-knowledge. It is an acceptance of the world as it is, and not as we might like it to be. It requires a person to accept the fact that they will suffer, and that they will die.
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@bilassadog answered 4 months ago.

At MOND, we believe in the idea that each of us is a god. A god is an all-powerful creator god that has the ability to create their own reality. When you look at the role of god in religion, this is an idea that is repeated over and over again.
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@evoppattax answered 4 months ago.

Mond believes that God is a concept we need to help us understand the inexplicable. We need to believe in something bigger than ourselves in order to feel like we have a purpose in life, or that we’re part of something bigger.
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@isselewadda answered 4 months ago.

I believe that there is a power greater than any one of us. I see it every day, in the love my parents have for me, in the love my friends show me, and in the love my husband has for me. I live with it, I breathe it, I dream it. It is the most beautiful part of my life.
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