the result of specific teaching and are not rationalized thinking. I charted every description of God I read about, gleaned from lectures or from questioning. The variance was amazing. Differences far apart. Yet through all there was a theme--sometimes veiled, oft times clearly defined. From this I concluded that God is a great intelligence, a great intellect, and that our earth, our universe and its life, are the product of this great intelligence. His scheme of things is not haphazard but precise and orderly. The little role we play on earth during our short life is a high privilege and should be enjoyed to the fullest degree. Work also is a privilege; the reward: peace and rest at the end of the day.