God can’t be seen, but he can be felt, and the effects of those feelings within a human exude out of them. They are shown in the form of smiles, tears, laughter, a hand given to those tossed aside. God never steps over someone laying helplessly in their own pity, grief, or dirt. Instead he lays there with them, sharing in their grief, and waiting for them to open their eyes and notice, that though their feet may be blackened by walking on the wrong path, he will be there to wash them. He will wash them even if he knows that they will soon be blackened again. You may ask why, how pointless it may seem. But God doesn’t dwell on the dirt, he only focuses on the moments we are clean. That is who he sees.
God doesn’t need someone’s belief, to exist. Even if that existence is within the one whom doesn’t believe. One may ask, well how does God work through someone who doesn’t believe? Well, the same way God wakes them up every morning, the same way God created them, the same way God loves them. Since when did the Creator of necessity, need anything? Is God not already whole? Love gives, without want of anything in return. Love simply does, because it can.
Is love without reason. not the best love of all? Because love, without reason, can never fail. It can’t be subtracted from, nor added to. It simply exists, it simply does, without want of anything in return. It doesn’t need praise, glory, it doesn’t even need a name. How I wish we all, will simply love because we can.