The Incomprehensible Nature of the Divine
Humans cannot understand the Divine.
This is a simple solid fact that we all collectively hate because it is the utter and complete proof of our powerlessness.
No matter what we do, no matter how much we know, how advanced our technology, how long we live, how spiritual we are.
We will never, even get remotely CLOSE to comprehending even a fraction of the Divine.
The Divine is all of life, and all of death, it exists and does not exists, it is in everything and separate from everything, it is both the atom and the space between, the light and the black hole that devours it, and even more than that.
The closest we can come to understanding the Divine is through fragments found in the stories of interactions with the Divine and even that is but a single grain of sand on the infinite beach that encompasses all that the Divine is.
We yearn for the Divine because part of the Divine is within us, and within all things, and we yearn for that completeness while in equal measure fear it utterly because it is the space before birth and after death.
It is pure horror and joy.
So we have to understand that everyones path with the Divine will be different than our own, we cannot comprehend their journey and we cannot take it for them. We have to look to our own path, our own spirit, and our own relationship with the Divine and lead through our own Divine acts to put into words that which cannot be spoken nor understood.
Everyones relationship with the Divine is individual to them and must be made by them, must be chosen by them, so while it is hard to often watch friends, family, or those around you turning away from the unity and peace that you might find in living a life one with Divinity it is also a Divine act to be able to love those people and still let them go.
We cannot comprehend the Divine, we can only strive to, and that is blessing enough.