Healing—the effect of man's oneness with divine Love

Is it possible that God and man are related but not very close friends? Or that while God is our creator and we're His children, our Father is too far away, a noncustodial Parent?

The belief that God is remote and mysterious and that man is separated from Him limits hope of divine help. The believer in such a God sees his opportunities for understanding his creator narrowing, like railroad tracks merging in the distance. Everyone knows that the impression of merging railroad tracks is an optical illusion. But how many know that the apparent gap between God and man is a theological illusion?

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