If divine is omnipresent, what makes us look up towards skies while mentioning Him?
Asked by Lucky, 04 Jan 09:25 pm
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Due to our limited vision we perceive sky as most vast, limitless entity (etc etc)..and we associate God also with it as God is considered limitless..Answered by Anurag Sharma, 04 Jan 09:28 pm
This practice is perhaps borrowed from Mohamedans who shout upwards In the praise of Allah. Sanatan Dharm believes His abode within in the form of Soul - a part of Him - the Parmatman. Poorn se hee Poorn Nikla hai jo ki ham sabke andar vidyman hai.Answered by Om Shrivastava, 05 Jan 02:26 am
He resides high then all other mundane things ...........:-))Answered by Bhuvana, 04 Jan 09:50 pm
U look to the heavens as his throne is there.Answered by victor, 04 Jan 09:42 pm
God hai ji, mana jata hai ki asman ke upar swarg hai God ka ghar, isiliye shayad!!
Source: RJ-The Dude!!Answered by Ramta Jogi, 04 Jan 09:32 pm
We always want to commune with the Supreme Being in solitude .....hence!!Answered by sumi sarkar, 04 Jan 09:28 pm
Insecurity.Answered by MAdhavan Avadhany, 04 Jan 09:26 pm
Insecurity. U look to the heavens as his throne is there.Answered by Sunny, 22 Jan 11:09 pm
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