what would you ask god, if you had only one question and as much time in the world to think about it as you needed?
Since I’m in answer-questions-earnestly mode: I don’t have any questions for God. I just have praise and thanks for God. God doesn’t owe me any answers, but I owe God thanks and praise. I don’t view God as a Person With All The Answers: God is out there beyond questions and answers, in my view. There is a (pretty modern and recent) model of God as a supercomputer who knows all the whys & wherefores of things that happened in a person’s life, that’s not my experience of God at all. My experience of God is more like the experience of standing beneath a waterfall. It feels and sounds amazing and places all questions to the side, as you’re totally caught up in the immediacy of the moment and its beauty. Extend that moment to infinity and that’s the desired intimacy with God, and a very rough imagined version of the experience of communion.