On the Origin of the Word God and the Importance of Love.

Origin and meaning of God: to pour oneself into beingness; derived from a root *ǵʰeu̯- "to pour, libate" (the word survives in the Dutch word, 'Giet', literally meaning, to Pour); God pours itself into existence; this existence being God itself. In other words; Oneself pours or births itself into existence out of Love. It is out of Love that all blooms; all that blooms is Oneself overflowing with Love. The definition of God is actually quite similar to the Ancient Greek word φιλαυτία (philautía, "self-love, self-turning out of love, oneself turning itself into itself out of love"), from φιλέω (philéō, “love”), and αὐτός (autós, “self”) bearing, once again, a striking resemblance to the later word Universe (Uni-Verse), from Uni (“One”), and Verse (“a turning"), — The One that turns into itself, the Self turning One, the Self becoming One, the Self Birthing One; the "One that pours itself into existence".  It is quite simple really; Oneself is Love; Hence the importance to see all as Self and to Love one another for there is, in truth, no other but Oneself. Does a flower question itself? Of course not.  It is perfectly content in its state of beingness. It loves itself unconditionally. Do we tell the Narcissus it is Narcissistic, egotistical or vain for seeking to love and be loved? Wouldn't that be utter nonsense? Love is One's natural state of beingness; Love in abundance.
~ Wald Wassermann