I published this last year as a message from Source I received. I felt the ‘nudge’ to republish it again today.

Many of you wonder which beliefs to follow.
Many are torn this way and that,
not sure what to think.
Not sure if the stories you are told,
are true.
You do not need ancient tomes to know me
You do not need houses of prayer to speak to me
You do not need holy books to find me.
I am inside of you,
All around you,
In the animate and the inanimate.
I am a verb and I am a noun.
I am female and I am male.
I am mystical and I am mundane.
I am supernatural and I am flesh and blood.

The ancients knew me as
I am
I was
I will be

I am fluidity
I am becoming
I am a process unfolding

Man has created an image,
Trying to find what he could not see.
Trying to give voice to a vastness beyond his grasp.
My emanation does not arise from books.
Or volumes of instructions interpreted by man.
I am in the Higher Consciousness of mankind.
All kinds.

Do not feel conflicted.
There is no prescription for prayer,
No ritual you must perform,
No vow you must take,
No ‘one true faith.’
Simply embody sacredness,
And you will find me there.

I am
I was
I will be.

I am The Infinite
I am Without End
I am The Place wherever you are on your journey.

I am aware of the voluminous intricacies,
Man has attributed to my desires,
But they do not move me.
I am the goodness of your deeds,
The genuineness of your heart,
The kindness of your tongue,
The integrity of your work.
My words are inside of you.
You speak them in your way,
In your own unique manner.
Eloquently or ineloquently,
It does not matter,
As long as you are sincere.

Your humanity is my voice.
Your sacredness personifies my presence.
I live and breathe on earth,
With you
Through you
Because of you.

© 2005 Mother Wintermoon — All Rights Reserved (minor updates Nov 2016/Dec 2018)

Words in italics are a few of the many Hebrew names for God:

  • The Place — HaMakom
  • Without End/The Infinite — Ein Sof (Name for God in Kabbalah).
  • Ehyeh-Asher-Ehyeh — God self-identified to Moses by this name in Exodus 3:14. .

69 thoughts on “GOD IS A VERB

    1. Mother Wintermoon

      Hi Geo! Great to see you here. Thank you so much for remembering me. Maybe I should change the title to GOD is a Gerund!


  1. I had to check this out for it is the title of a beautiful book I read a while back on the mystical Kabbalah. The author was a Rabbi from Colorado, first name David, can’t remember the last. So much to reflect on in your words too.

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    1. Mother Wintermoon

      I came across your comment again, when I was re-reading this poem and copying the URL for it. HIs name is Rabbi David Cooper…I bought his book, “God is a Verb: Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism” not long after you mentioned it.


  2. Many thanks, MW, for liking one of my comments in common network, and in the process linking me to your scene. God is consciousness permeating all things in the universe. Your words nail it. Keep flowing. Best wishes…

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  3. Wonder~full. These lines express what I have instinctively understood since childhood but have never been able to put into words. Thank you mother winter moon ~ and thanks to Sue Dreamwalker for bringing me to them! 🙂

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  4. A very timely writing for many people Sue, the question of beliefs and Religion seem to have become a Political subject these days, even our recent Census needs the question marked, this time they allow for a No Religion response, Everyone believes in something, even atheists, for they believe in no God which in itself become a belief.
    I think I will stick to my beliefs, Me, Myself, My Spirituality and My God.

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  5. “Do not feel conflicted.
    There is no prescription for prayer
    No ritual you must perform
    No vow you must take,
    No ‘one true faith.’
    Simply embody sacredness,
    And you will find me there.”

    Wow! wow. words will not be enough to say how GREAT and BLESSED this piece is. ❤

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  6. Reblogged this on Dreamwalker's Sanctuary and commented:

    Today I have spent a few hours catching up on the blogs I have not visited in a while and repaying visits of recent follows.. I want to share this beautiful post by Mother WinterMoon her words here need to be heard I love her wisdom within her thoughts I am sure you all will too
    Have a delightful week my friends

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    1. Sending gratitude your way for the reblog Sue! It has brought some wonderful kindred spirits into my sphere of awareness. I tried to leave my thanks on your blog, but your comment form will not come up, either on my mobile or my laptop. 😦 I’ve commented on your blog before from both devices, so something appears to have gone awry. Just wanted to give you a heads up on that and extend my thanks and appreciation to you for sharing my words. Blessing galore! MW ❤

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      1. I thank you dear MW.. and the pleasure was all mine on the reblog.. I closed the comment section off as soon as I had reblogged but Klaus beat me too it.. 🙂 I closed comments asking readers to leave their comments with you.. Sending Lots of LOVE and Thank YOU for this beautifully written piece MW.. I have now read it several times over.. ❤

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  7. You show so much knowledge through your words. You have studied religion extensively I’ll bet.. I love this “I am” poem. So beautiful and sums up spirituality quite well. Though I realize there is much more that I don’t know. Thank you for such inspiration.

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  8. I have read and re-read these words – each time my reflections deepening. If I were to give a name to my ‘religion’ it would be kindness-love-truth’\ove Gail

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