About Me

I have studied many of the world’s religions in detail (some admittedly more so than others) and for the majority of my life I have followed a contemporary Pagan philosophy.  This should not be surprising to you when I relate that my mother is Wiccan and my father is not an overly devout man, although he identifies most with the Christian faith. I did however grow up with the understanding that God, in whatever form one may envision, does exist. Simple logic dictates that if one cannot with absolute certainty disprove a possibility one must therefore concede that the possibility may indeed be plausible.

I firmly believe that should the evolution of scientific knowledge continue to progress as swiftly as it has over the last century that humanity will at some point in the future empirically prove the existence of God.  Until that time, we must continue to seek truth wherever it may reside and trust in our ability to perceive that which science cannot yet explain.  As for myself, I have Seen, and I can no longer justify questioning the existence of God, Most Perfect.

I feel it is important to clarify that when I say “I have Seen God”, I am referring to theophany, not intellectual epiphany. This blog will serve as my journal to record the experience and to share truth through revelation as God wills it. I intend on writing one major post per week, with supplemental posts as necessary to address any questions that may arise.

My writing may at times give the impression that I favor one religion over another but allow me to reassure you that this is not the case. God’s truth is readily apparent in the perennial philosophy extant within all forms of scripture.  I do not condone the arbitrary dismissal of any path that honestly seeks divine revelation; all spiritual paths are viable if one is utterly devoted to the process of growing closer to God.

I hope that my personal experience with God will help you to find your own truth and I wish you success in your endeavors, whatever they may be.  I welcome your constructive comments and sincere questions. May the Peace of God be with you always.

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48 Responses to About Me

  1. No one who thinks you are delusional will take the time to read your posts. I see God everyday and experience him in the way he wants to present himself to me. My ability to understand limits my ability to see him as he is. I am fine with that because I am as he is. I say he because I am a christian and see things as they were presented to me. As I evolve I am able to discount some of the things I was taught. One thing that I do not believe distorts things is nature. Nature presents a picture of male and female. At this point in my life I see very little difference between males and females. Both are equally selfish, limited and powerless in one way or another. Both can be kind and giving when they choose to. So that is why I focus more on God than man.

  2. alootka says:

    Thank you for reading my blog. Sending you Love and staying in touch with your inspirational site 🙂

  3. Mahogany says:

    Thank you for liking my picture quote of the day. 🙂
    Many blessings.

  4. Thanks for visiting Simple Switch and reading/liking a post. Thanks for the opportunity to find your material.

    Keep on keeping on.

  5. jmlindy422 says:

    Thanks for following my blog, Snide Reply. I will definitely be checking out yours.

  6. davidtenn says:

    Hello William thanks for visiting and now following the Angel Messenger. Love David

  7. counselforliving says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog….interesting perspectives here.

  8. August Rain says:

    Thank you for liking my post and for visiting my blog. I find your blog very interesting.

  9. newsferret says:

    I appreciate your honesty, but maybe your Mom and I are closer in theism, but to each his/her own and let us respect and not condemn.

    • William says:

      Absolutely! I certainly agree that religious condemnation serves no positive purpose. Although I am not Wiccan myself and I generally try to avoid gender stereotyping Divinity in my writing, I will freely admit that I have always revered the sacred feminine and in fact relate better to God when I visualize Deity in female form. This most likely stems from my mother’s influence but I also have to give credit where credit is due, as my wife is also Wiccan 🙂

  10. Thanks for following the TED WORDS blog, William. I look forward to following yours as well. Can I ask how you found me?

  11. atmokupe says:

    Thanks William for visiting my blog. I appreciate your genuine opinions and would stay a bit more on here to read as much as I can, and possibly contribute.

    • William says:

      Please feel free to contribute anytime. I found your Midnight post to be extraordinarily beautiful. The strength of your faith is wonderful and I hope you continue to inspire us all with your steadfast commitment to love and glorify God.

  12. Thank you for the follow. I am sifting your blog slowly but surely. Your soul communicates very well in English.

  13. robin claire says:

    Hi William
    I re-wrote the blurb page about who I am and I’d really like you to read it. It’s called “Who Am I?” and it tells more about who I am and a quick synopsis of my life. Though a Christian, I consider myself a “quirky Christian” in that I’m following a road the Holy Spirit is leading me on. I am also a full-bore God seeker – like you are.

  14. robin claire says:

    … and I have seen Jesus, as fully in the flesh as one can get – one world to another. There are 2 “Pages” on top that tell the story of how I “met” Him in 1982. Also there is a page about feeding finches that really deepened my faith.

    • William says:

      I will certainly be happy to review all of your articles, although I ask that you bear with me if I seem a little slow in doing so – I receive a tremendous amount of correspondence and while I do answer every letter and comment that requires a response, it sometimes takes me longer than I should like.

  15. Amalia says:

    Hi William! Thanks so much for following my blog. I’m really excited to find and read yours well. My journey has been, and thankfully continues to be, an interesting one and preciously unique for me, loving orchestrated by God. I have a pretty personable and…perhaps the term “girlie” could be used….perception and relationship with God. I look forward to perhaps having more great conversations soon. Gotta run! Dinner time 🙂
    Love and Life! – Amalia

  16. deryckrj says:

    Hi William, thank you for following my shiny new blog. I’ve been reading through yours and hope that you would open to discussion should we both find the time.

  17. sassysash says:

    Thanks for following my blog and find it wonderful to meet someone who is of a similar nature to me 🙂 The best of both worlds is always good 🙂

    • William says:

      Indeed. Most of us share much more on a spiritual level than we routinely recognize, which is why I place such importance on the process of interfaith dialogue. It is imperative that we move from advocating basic tolerance toward the promotion of functional and abiding respect throughout the religious communities of the world.

  18. Dear William, this is much delayed but I want to thank you for visiting and following my blog. May your path continue to be illuminated and may your writing continue to inspire others. Much blessings, namaste. ♥♥♥Nadine Marie♥♥♥

  19. I look forward to reading your blog. It seems, thus far, you sound a great deal like my father, who’s spirituality is so beautiful to me, that I can’t help but listen to him in awe. Thank you for sharing your insights, it for some reason comforting to read what I have seen so far.

  20. cortol53 says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and taking the step of actually following it. I still remain amazed that anyone finds it let alone sees enough there to want to stay current with it. I have read thru a few of your posts and I commend you for the obvious depth of thought and examination of our world (and more) that has taken you to where you are. As an atheist, I often take a good deal of crap from others because I don’t believe what they believe and I am somehow threatening to them. I did not arrive at my decision lightly nor without a good deal of examination and I am respectful of others who have taken the time and put the effort into thinking about their beliefs, I know I can be somewhat harsh on religion and those who espouse without thought but my issue isn’t what they believe but more how they believe and live their lives. I have no doubt you live what you believe and I respect you for that.

    • William says:

      And I respect you for the personal integrity your words illustrate. Believe it or not, I generally get along quite well with most Atheists. I expect this is because I don’t philosophically advocate belief in, as George Carlin would say, the “invisible old man in the sky” 🙂 The absolute freedom to follow whatever spiritual path calls to us, if any, is perhaps our most fundamental right, and to my mind is one precept we as a species should respect as inviolate.

  21. Tudor F. D. says:

    Very nice blog, I looked a little through it! It’s good that you have a different definition of God compared to that of most people. I also agree that the doctrine of Universal Reconciliation is the only truth which would be in agreement with God’s grace, glory, forgiveness and love.

  22. It would seem we are kindred spirits William. You are a scholarly sort and I am decidedly not but our life path is quite similar. What I have read of your blog is comforting. It seems to me we are busy doing the same thing, here on the web, that gives me comfort and a sense of community.

  23. Leisa says:

    Blessings to you!~ Thank you for reading my blog

  24. Anya says:

    Blessed Be William 🙂 Thank you for following my blog. I look forward to a future of mutual sharing of our contributions to life’s rich tapestry. Namaste 🙂

  25. Ganesh says:

    Nice and interesting blog, William! Thanks for following “Known is a drop, Unknown is an Ocean”. 🙂

  26. Thank you for the follow! 🙂 I will return the favor! I look forward to reading more of your blog posts. I shall be back!
    Namaste.

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