God is the most powerful word anyone utter during the crisis. We have faith in goodness because we think that ultimately God will restore all the good this earth has to offer.

Some people become the epitome of love, kindness, and goodness when they believe in God. And some people come down on the streets to commit violence in the name of the same God. For some, God is forgiving and for some, God is conservative, a furious individual who gets irritated when someone doesn't utter prayers or namaz.

How differently we all perceive God. Although, there are many differences in the point of view we see God through. But there's one common agreement between all, that is, all believe that "God is faultless, he commits no wrong, treats everybody equally, and is the epitome of justice." It's a taboo to criticise God or compare him with normal human beings.

But I stand tall to oppose this view. In my opinion, God is the faulty individual just like us. Who commits injustices, who takes wrong decisions or favors only his loved ones at the cost of common people.

In fact, don't we say that God resides in us? We're the part of God and so, just like him, we are faulty, we do nepotism, we commit favouritism, and injustice.

Let me make my point by putting some points.

The points I'm putting are purely personal opinions and do not intend to hurt someone's sentiments.

Why God is imperfect?

As I have said, God is just like us, who takes wrong decisions and commits injustices. Hence, we can say that God is imperfect, just like us.

Let's look at some examples.

When Ravan abducted Sita and encaged her in his Ashok Vatika, all the blame for disloyalty, and infidelity fell on Sita. It was her who had been asked to give Agnee Pariksha twice. One before arriving in Ayodhya and again in Ayodhya itself.

Why Ram didn't give agnee Pariksha too? He had been away from Sita for these years, can't the same accuses be imposed on her?

Why Ram didn't take the side of sita when she was asked to prove her virtuousness for the second time? Despite knowing how sita is, why she was being forced to take the humility in front of people?

Couldn't Ram be more practical and had taken a step toward the respect and dignity of his wife? Couldn't he behave more rationally than carried away by the emotions attached to power?

Next, come to the Shiva. Why did he cut off the head of the elephant to provide life to his non-existing son? What about the mother of that elephant? Hadn't she been suffering from the loss of her child? Because God too was favoritist for whom their family meant more than others!

Krishna. Our favorite. Don't we say that we stood with the side of Dharma? So, where did his dharma go when Draupadi was being divided between five men in the name of words? Why didn't he ask for Draupadi's opinion on whether she wants five husbands or not?

Why God Indra didn't himself go near Parshuram to disturb his meditation? Why did he forcefully send an aspra Menka against her will, to disturb the sage from his meditation? And why in the end, the same apsara was being denied entry into the yamlok because she carried the child of Parshuram?

Didn't all these Gods behave wrongly? Unjustly? Selfishly?

Well, many will justify that they behaved the particular way because the upcoming things were destined to happen. I agree with that point. But, if we justify Gods behaving a particular way in the name of destiny, why can't we justify the same for the normal human being?

The intention behind putting my views was to just make people think of these things like Gods from a rational point of view. Through open eyes. We should always worship Gods if we want to. And being the part of God, we should also worship the God residing in normal human beings. The faulty one, the one who commits wrongs too.

The need is just to remove this taboo attached to being critical of God.

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