For thousands of years, many have argued for or against the existence of God. In many respects, it is the most important question a person wants answered. It is somewhat funny, because there are good and bad people who believe in God and good and bad people who do not. The belief in God is not a requirement for all religions. Most religions share a belief in the Supreme Being, although some do not.
According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary online, God is “the perfect and all-powerful spirit or being that is worshipped especially by Christians, Jews, and Muslims as the one who created and rules the universe, or a spirit or being that has great power, strength, knowledge… that can affect the lives of people.” Food and water are often regarded as gods upon the earth. Both are requirements for life, vitally important, but if the situation is analyzed carefully, the most important requirement for life upon the earth is the breath. Oh, and in the dictionary, a meaning for the word “breath” is “spirit.”
Yes, the breath is God upon the earth, because the moment it stops, you die. Of course, the breath does not stop, because the same breath that kept our ancestors alive keeps us alive today. The teaching of the Supreme Teacher is about sharing with all. It promotes giving and kindness to everyone and living peacefully as one big happy family, and interestingly, every living being upon the earth shares the same breath of life for living.
The ancient spiritual texts of the world refer to the breath as the Divine Personification presiding over life. All life is connected to the same breath and the same Divine Being. The Holy Verses say the breath comes to all as a gift from Heaven, and we can do almost anything we want with the gift of life, but the philosophy for living happily upon the earth and enjoying Heavenly Bliss is giving back for the gift of life. The Rgvedaschool adheres to a philosophy based upon the correct translation of the ancient Holy Books on the world, the Rigveda, Bible, Quran, Avesta, Upanishads, Bhagavad Gita, Pali Texts, Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and such. Every one of the books promotes the same teaching, the same philosophy, because all are the Words of Brahma, the Creator of heaven and earth, and the Eternal Spirit pervading the universe.
To create the universe and bring life to everyone, Brahma splits into two parts, heaven and earth, night and day, inhalation and exhalation, yes and no, up and down, and so on. The ancient texts say the breath of life comes to everyone from heaven, yes, for life, and the teaching is to give back. There is no doubt about it, and it is not a belief, it is known that God is the breath, and that the breath is God upon the earth.
Here is part of a verse from Brahma to enjoy the day with the Heavenly Breath.