4. MYSELF

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Year of creation: Your date of birth.

City or temple of worship: Inside you.

Number of followers in the world: You and many more.

Prophets: Yourself.

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God is a concept
By which we measure
Our pain
I'll say it again
God is a concept
By which we measure
Our pain

I don't believe in magic
I don't believe in I-Ching
I don't believe in Bible
I don't believe in tarot
I don't believe in Hitler
I don't believe in Jesus
I don't believe in Kennedy
I don't believe in Buddha
I don't believe in mantra
I don't believe in Gita
I don't believe in yoga
I don't believe in kings
I don't believe in Elvis
I don't believe in Zimmerman
I don't believe in Beatles
I just believe in me

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Believing in yourself is perhaps the most transcendent achievement that anyone can achieve in their life and that no one has the right to abolish in any way and under any argument. Loving you, respecting you, tolerating you and discovering yourself are the principles that promote all progress. You just have to have the will and courage to believe in yourself. An expression of this idea is the song "God" by John Lennon (1970. Apple / EMI):