-- I would like for you to touch and caress his full soft buttocks, and tell me how you feel.
-- Oh, it feels good.
-- Now, I want you to smell him.
-- Oh, he smells youthful.
-- I want you to grab his waist and simultaneously squeeze his skin.
-- Oh, my God. It feels so great.
-- Now, squeeze harder!
-- Do you hear anything?
-- Yes. Ayaz says I'm hurting him.
-- All right. Now, tell me exactly what happened.
-- What do you mean, you contemptible infidel?
-- How different was it from the real Ayaz?
-- Oh, much better than real, 'cause in dreams or sleep emotions are not tampered or inhibited. Why are you doing all this?
-- I simply wanted to show you that you could visualize the absent Ayas, providing you had already seen him.
-- OK. What's the point?
-- The point is that once we have seen, heard, felt, smelled an object, we can reproduce the concepts repeatedly, but we need to have a clue. In this case, the clue I gave you was his name, Ayaz. This is called association. I cannot afford pretty women. But I can fully benefit from Shiva's Shakti. I can crystallize her image in my mind, like you said. Now, let's try another thing. You remember Shiva that you split in four pieces, don't you?
-- You mean that horrible monster?
-- Fine. Keep your eyes shut. Now, before I give you another clue, I would like for you to tell me whether your god is a man or a woman.
-- Of course he is a man, damned.
-- Pardon me. Now, please, leaf through Genesis and visualize your god.
-- Well, let's see. Here we are. God is 'tall and well-formed and pale of hue.'
-- Well done. So he is not colored.
-- Great. Now, pick the features you find mentioned in the scripts when god is angry.
-- You mean features like forbidding, admonishing, discouraging, vindictive, intimidating, mutilating etc?
Wonderful. But you said god is inconceivable. How come you could visualize your god? Don't look dumb and numb. I tell you what. Your mind sneaked into the store of your thoughts and selected some already stored images. Probably, your own reflection in the mirror. Besides, we humans gave each concept/image a name. Then, we invented alphabets. Whenever a name is given to the mind, the original concept is brought up and placed on the counter. All right? Now, I want you to wipe out those wrathful images and use the features you find in the script concerning the good side of your god.
-- You mean merciful, benevolent etc?
-- Now, open your eyes, Sultan Mahmud.
-- What was all this about.
-- I tried to make you understand that there was no difference between generating Ayaz's image and the images of your god. The only difference was your primary position: real warm Ayaz or signs-signals-symbols. When I decided to reproduce the image of Ayaz, I used your sense of hearing which pointed to the already stored images of Ayaz, but when I asked you to visualize your god, I asked you to use the words, seen or heard. Both undertakings produced images. Now, we poor Hindus have done the same thing. We both use man-made symbols, signs, signals etc to visualize our gods.
However, in Hinduism we have the creator of the universe, very absolute and abstract; Shiva, the destroyer; Vishnu, the preserver. In the past we had a three-headed god. Compare them with 'God the father, God the Son and God the holy Spirit'. How about Judaism, or er?
Before you finish me, I would like to point out that we innocent Hindus put high value on life, even on an insect's life. Shame on you.