SKETCHES OF GOD
"Tell me your God, and I'll tell you your life." Our image of God accompanies us through our lives, giving us strength the more it approaches God in his infinite reality, and causing us anxiety when we blur that image with human prejudices. As we advance in life, so are we expected to advance also in our knowledge of God. Hindus in some parts of India shape clay images of God which they devotedly sink in the waters of the sea in yearly festival, while they shape a new image for the next year. They do it to remind us that our finite minds do not encompass all that the infinite God is, and we have to keep learning how to draw new "Sketches of God".