A conversation: Do you believe in God? -I believe in myself, yes, of course. So, you mean you think you're God? -That isn't what I said. I don't have to think I'm anything, to be something, do I? But you believe you are? -Belief is that which comes from seeing, or hearing, you know, being with, if you will. With what? -With myself, of course, with me. It's like communing with something that you learn to see is not something other than you. Of course it isn't, how could you be with yourself if you didn't exist? Commune, what does that mean though, doesn't that mean to go and meet with? -Yes, but that's a conceptual problem with language, the word has a religious meaning too. You don't need to go anywhere or make a call to someone and talk to them on the spirit phone or anything. You can believe, if that's what you think you need to, that God is outside you and you need to go and talk to him. I don't need to go anywhere, or say anything to anyone.