How many of us go about our day thinking the statement 'I am God'?

asked 02 May '10, 12:43

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More every day :)

(03 May '10, 01:34) Roy

Me too Roy

(28 Oct '12, 08:58) Monty Riviera

Who is God to you Brian? a person? an energy? What does it mean to be God, to a human?

(23 Dec '12, 13:41) mastermind2

"Every life is a part or role in which the mind of God is absorbed, somewhat as an actor absorbs himself in being Hamlet and forgets that in real life he is Mr. Smith. By the act of self-abandonment God becomes all beings, yet at the same time does not cease to be God. “All creatures are one fourth of him, three-fourths eternal life in heaven.” For God is divided in play, in make-believe, but remains undivided in reality....

(28 Dec '12, 04:30) CalonLan

....So that when the play comes to an end, the individualized consciousness awakes to find itself divine. ~ Way of Zen.

(28 Dec '12, 04:31) CalonLan
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God is more than the sum of all the probable systems of reality he has created, and yet he is within each one of these, without exception. He is therefore within each man and woman. He is also within each spider, shadow, and frog, and this is what man does not like to admit. God can only be experienced, and you experience him whether or not you realize it, through your own existence. He is not male or female, however, and I use the terms only for convenience’s sake. In the most inescapable truth, he is not human in your terms at all, nor in your terms is he a personality. Your ideas of personality are too limited to contain the multitudinous facets of his multidimensional existence. ~Seth (Seth Speaks, channeled by - jane roberts )

[…] if you follow your heart, your heart is connected directly to your higher self and soul. And your soul knows better than anyone, for you. It knows better than the wisest, or longest living entity in this universe. Because it IS you, it is part of you and it is what you need. So follow the heart and you will never be lead wrong. ~ Treb ( Benevolent Reptilian Hybrid Humans - channeled by rob gauthier ( me ) n this was my co creation & questions by Jefferson Vascardi )

yes, we are part of god. and we create universes. so yep lol, and no, because he is us, PLUS MORE. so we are realy both. :-) ~ ( my 2 cents )

love n light



answered 20 Aug '12, 12:12

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TReb Bor yit-NE

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Love this answer Rob.

(08 Oct '12, 06:33) Paulina 1

@paulina thank u , i am happy that it helped

(08 Oct '12, 21:56) TReb Bor yit-NE

I'm sad I didn't see this answer last time.

"God is more than the sum of all the probable systems of reality he has created, and yet he is within each one of these, without exception."

Great quote. I like it a lot.

(22 Oct '12, 18:00) Snow

@snow GREat... i am so glad to hear this. LOVE.....

(22 Dec '12, 21:09) TReb Bor yit-NE

Beautifully written, Rob. Thank you!

(23 Dec '12, 14:10) Bedazzled

Thank u @Bedazzled

(23 Dec '12, 15:55) TReb Bor yit-NE

WOW ! I haven't seen this question before but @Treb you blew me away with your answer , tears of joy running down my face , that's how hard this hit home for me , thank you ♥♥♥

(24 Dec '12, 01:00) Starlight

@starlight Well i should give credit where it is due.. it is not my own words, even though I did co create one of them

(24 Dec '12, 21:12) TReb Bor yit-NE

Then appreciation to both , love from Me ♥♥♥ Also merry xmas to you and your family :-) from all us Skippies down under

(24 Dec '12, 22:01) Starlight

thank u, unfoprtunatly i didnt see u before xmas.... LOVE and merry new yr to u, from Michigan ....... LOVE

(26 Dec '12, 19:38) TReb Bor yit-NE

I wonder how one can be more than sum of all? ;>

If 10 is sum of all, and 1 is more, then 11 automatically becomes sum of all.

(28 Dec '12, 04:28) CalonLan

@Rob, also, do you notice how all of this feels appealing to people. Out of the smallness of their ego and boundaries it resides within they strive for more. They easily cling onto beliefs there is something more than their limited mind can come up with or describes them as.

Those who don't believe in reincarnation are usually those who deep down value their present identity too much and can't let it go. Those who believe in reincarnation are usually those who find their present ....

(28 Dec '12, 05:02) CalonLan

.... identity valueless or of a less value than they would like. And those who find themselves with no identity, don't need to believe anything at all.

(28 Dec '12, 05:05) CalonLan

Glad to revisit old questions

(12 Apr '14, 22:45) TReb Bor yit-NE
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This statement I believe to be true. We are all fragments of God manifested at a third dimensional point. This is why I believe this: Since I was young I have been gifted with the ability to see people that had moved on from our current dimensional reality.

These beings usually looked like aspects of the livings selves and that is how they would be recognized. But I noticed something very strange over the years of observing. When the personality, ego,self, and all energy aspects that made us human were removed, every soul looked identical. At the core of every soul rescue and demonic recovery was a core fragment of light that look the same in every entity I dealt with. This I came to believe was the fragment of God that breaks away from the source to start a circle of life and then returns to the source to make it more seeing, more understanding and more whole. I was brought up to believe that God is all see, all understanding and all encompassing. I could never fathom how an entity could be in so many places at the same time.

This fragment or source, I believe, is the divine entity that we tap every day of our lives. Every word we speak and every thought we have becomes a command to the universe and we become co creators with the eternal God as we are part of it.

My belief is now that each of us have the ability to create and the ability to destroy. Whether you realize it or not, this power is there working to your benefit or detriment.

Our goal as humans, I believe, is that we need to realize who we are and take up that responsibility. You are all almighty powerful beings, lets start acting like it, and reclaim our birthright.


answered 03 May '10, 09:22

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The idea of "fragment" isn't too lucky... The notion "fragment" includes, by definition, the concept of SEPARATENESS from it source, even if it preserves (at least for a time) the features of its source, presumptively biger, including the fragmentability, with preservating the features. The fragments of one humans are not just smaller humans, therfore the fragments of God are not just smaller gods. - - - Accorbing to serious diverse teachings, God is ALL WHAT IT IS and not divides, cannot be fragmented.

(04 May '10, 22:54) Gleam

I loved this answer and I'm sure Etienne Olivier did not mean that we are seperate from God but that we are allways linked or plugged in to God. We have to discover this link and learn how to use it.

(08 Oct '12, 06:24) Paulina 1

@gleam yet God made man in is image with the same potential. God the father is like a tree and you are like a seed.

(28 Dec '12, 05:13) white tiger
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True. You have probably heard the old adage: As man is, God once was; as God is, man may become. Plus we are all sons and daughters of God, a part of him, and he (or she) a part of us.


answered 03 May '10, 18:46

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The word God has been often misused over the years and I know a lot of people would get p.....ssd off if we were to go around claiming that we are God. That being said I think every human being on the planet has God potential within them but for most this is never realized bcause they never take that journey of introspection and discover God within.

I would substitute the word God with the word Love - as we all know God is Love. I think people would have an easier time saying I am Love instead of I am God.

I don't think that there is a true or false answer to your question - the answer will depend on where each individual is on their journey and how much time they have spent in self contemplation.

I just came across this quote by Greek philosopher Epicteus, which seemed apt for this question - "You bear God within you, poor wretch, and know it not."


answered 02 May '10, 13:06

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I hail the quote of Epicteus and I want underlining that between "B-E-A-R God within you" and "B-E God", the difference is not only immense, but essential. You was inspired with.

(03 May '10, 22:58) Gleam

Love your answer for yes we do have part of God within us and the majorities know it not.

(08 Oct '12, 06:14) Paulina 1

U.S. Andersen's book, "Three Magic Words" essentially ponders this single question. It was written in 1954; I've owned a copy for about 20 years. But its message is as timely today as it was then. The foreword begins with the sentence, "This is the age of uncertainty." Sound familiar?

There is a single passage I have circled in my copy of the book, on page 49:

There are only two things you can do for yourself. One is conception, and the other is conviction. All the work of creation rests with another than you.

It's worth noting that the three magic words that the book refers to are "I am God."


answered 02 May '10, 19:30

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Good answer and beautifuly avoid it.

(02 May '10, 19:53) Gleam

Love the answer and will definately search for my copy of "Three Magic Words" for I have forgotten about it. Will re-read it for sure.

(08 Oct '12, 06:17) Paulina 1

I am made in God's image, as you, as are all.

My body is the temple of the Lord, as is yours, as are all.

There is a manifestation of God in all things, at all times, in all places.

A crisp 20$ bill is just as valid as a crumpled, trodden on 20$ bill.

Irrespective of our state, i.e. good or evil, we are all God.


answered 03 May '10, 15:29

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Kevin 1

You better watch out You better not cry Better not pout I'm telling you why Santa Claus is coming to town He's making a list And checking it twice; Gonna find out Who's naughty and nice Santa Claus is coming to town He sees you when you're sleeping He knows when you're awake He knows if you've been bad or good So be good for goodness sake! O! You better watch out! You better not cry Better not pout I'm telling you why Santa Claus is coming to town Santa Claus is coming to town

and I'm santa too!


answered 04 May '10, 17:37

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Love it and yes we do need humor too.

(08 Oct '12, 06:39) Paulina 1

Yes, absolutely. From a strictly biblical perspective we are told that Christ prayed that we be ONE, EVEN as He is ONE. Christ when asked to show the Father said that if you saw Him you had indeed seen the Father.

So Christ was ONE with God.

He prayed that YOU would be one EVEN as He is.

Christ always gets his prayers answered...surely!

So I AM God. I always tell people that if theyve seen me...then theyve seen God.

Of course many will believe this to be blasphemy, and theyve every right to believe that.

But i know who I AM. And eventually every single conscious being on this planet will have that revelation. Many on this site have already, but its going to happen to us all. The Bigot, the athist,the agnostic,the quoter of scripture,the zealot...everyone.

God,who else


answered 28 Oct '12, 08:28

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Monty Riviera

I do not believe that just because something is created from something else they must be the same thing.

For example, my body is made up of many different minerals and lots of water. I don't go around saying "I am water" or "I am vitamin B12".

Unfortunately the word "God" has so many different definitions it is hard to know which one someone is talking about at any given moment. Are we all made out of the same stuff? Sure. Does this mean we are all the most powerful being in the universe (god)...? well.. uhh.. That sounds highly paradoxical to me, but I really can't say for sure.


answered 30 Jan '12, 08:54

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We have yet to explore the entire universe to claim ourselves as the most powerful beings in the universe. We are able to make claims upon earth, like we are the most intelligent species upon planet earth, but even on planet earth we are not the most powerful species. The most powerful species has shown to be of lesser intelligence. Lions, gorillas, alligators, Sharks, etc. The power that these creatures hold lie within their testosterone levels, bone density and skin structure. 1 of 2 pages

(30 Jan '12, 13:27) Constantine

You would then have to define the use of power. 2 of 2 pages

(30 Jan '12, 13:27) Constantine

a spark of he who is is in all of us; however this does not necessarily made us a god. the potential is there in all of us with the spark, each on its evolutionary path back to the universal.

so, for the now there seems to be more false evidence.


answered 03 May '10, 00:40

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Short and sweet and yes we all have a spark of God within and the more we know this and feel this we become conscious of the living God that is within us and everywhere.

(08 Oct '12, 06:26) Paulina 1

Hmmm, without going into some long drawnout socratic dialogue. God being omnipresent, in, around and through all things physical, mental and spiritual and that we are made up of physical, mental and spiritual stuff would conclude that God is omnipresent, in, around and through each one of us. Therefore, we are made of God stuff. Hence, we are God.


answered 04 May '10, 13:34

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All with is living contain the molecule of water. Our body is made 70% from water and our brain is 90% from water, but we are not water and our brain also is not water. Whenever your argument is not valid . At least, not lonely.

(04 May '10, 22:18) Gleam

I'm gonna say it as simple as I can. I believe god is energy/vibration. Its pretty simple and clear. In that sense we are god if we can control our feelings/reactions and thus our vibration. And since all material is created from thought/source- one could say god is in all things as well. So in that sense, not only do we contain god, we could also be an outlet for god, and form "god" (via energy/vibration) into material items and situations. So we are in a playground with god and vibration with infinite outcomes and choices on what to do/how to react/how to create with vibration(god)


answered 28 Oct '12, 16:51

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You are quite right in your statements and there is no seperation between what you are calling God and all of us as we are all the same energy stream and here on earth we are just a physical projection of this energy.

So, if it is all one energy stream, then there is seperation between all of us and what you are calling God.


answered 30 Oct '12, 04:51

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Pink Diamond

True and false.

The true elements of assertion are: I am and you are and we all are.

The question refers to a specific aspect of human existence, but is elliptical of determinants. "God" is a word with significance of name of somebody or something and refers to a universalo principle or phenomenon of living's existence, about which humanity was, is and will preoccupied ever, but nobody finded out a certain answer. But anybody have an opinion, maybe accompanied with a faith (more or less strong) in the own opinion.

For elaborate an answer of "true or false", before we need know exactly and doubtless "Who and what is the God". Are we all and are you and am I knowing this? NO. We don't know this exactly and certainly. The OWN OPINION about this is personaly and different (or totaly lacks) now, along the humanity hystory and for undefinitely future.

Then: What God are we all and are you and am I?

Maybe more near to the true is the affirmation: "We are all God seekers (at least some of us) and you are God seeker and I am God seeker?


The human had be created "to image and likeness" of his Creator. This means the Creator put into human some special features: the freewill and the consciousness, investing man with Divine Nature and connecting to Himself by an latent (occult) high frequency energetical mechanism and letting go for evolving on one's own account until the human will ascend to the neccessary vibrational level for moving off the occultating veil and becoming conscious about the own Divine Nature = awakening.

In actualy times, more and more of us (but far from all us) ascend to category "we are conscious about our Divine Nature and you are conscious about your Divine Nature and I am conscious about my Divine Nature" .

What towards? To be conscious about is only the door of a new beginning: to imptove our Mental for generating thought-forms, to clean and control our affectivity, to armonize both (alignment) for determining strong and and efficient morphogenetic fields (Sheldrake) and co-creating by our freewill and having as leader the God (,,enlightening and enlightening and toward enlightening, by transmuting potential into active power and transcending).

If from Creation of man to actualy times, the very hard way was wandered through many eons, the following path don't will neither easy, nor instantly.

Maybe ever, some within us will be truly gods.

At sure, it is only my opinion.


answered 03 May '10, 07:46

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edited 05 May '10, 01:09

Very interesting I enjoyed this answer.

(08 Oct '12, 06:38) Paulina 1

Absolutely not God. God is our father, not our dad. Our dad is our biological earthly creator, but he can't create us without the help of God the immortal supreme being. People are quite confused to think that they are God; obviously they haven't read enough sacred texts. While we can have the spirit of God within us, and indeed the Holy Spirit, we are still not God and never will be. He made the universe, the angels and us. We are humans which are perishable on this planet. God is not and never can be perishable.


answered 06 May '10, 17:41

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Wellcome to this site! I like your firm answer.

(06 May '10, 21:49) Gleam

My husband says he agrees with you for if he was God he would be driving a Ferarri and living in Paradise. The fact that he can't do this proves that he is not God.

(08 Oct '12, 06:44) Paulina 1

Abba Father, its a phrase used in the new testemant, the hebrew word ABBA means daddy or papa!!!

(30 Oct '12, 03:48) Monty Riviera
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Hello... I hope you will permit me to bring some Biblical perspective to the question posted in the title of this forum.

Unfortunately for many people, the answer is FALSE. You are not GOD. You never were GOD. You never will be GOD. Depending on one critical decision you will need to make while there is still the breath of life in you, the best any man can be is ONE WITH GOD. However, you were NOT, are NOT, and NEVER will be GOD.

Referring to the Authorized King James 1611 Bible, you will see that the Bible always describes GOD as a separate entity from His creations. In other words, GOD is still His own Person even though His incomparable genius and power is manifested throughout all of the visible and invisible creation in existence. You will also see that man was created in three parts in reflection of his Creator. The GODHEAD is comprised of three personal aspects: the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost [I John 5:7]. Likewise, man is comprised of three personal aspects: his body, his soul, and his spirit [Genesis 2:7][I Thessalonians 5:23]. Thus, although the creation of man reflects his Creator, both man and Creator are distinct beings.

At the Fall of Man, death entered the world through sin [Genesis 2:16,17]. After the Fall, man was born with the fallen nature of Adam [Genesis 5:3]. Therefore, death passes on all of us because of the condition of human nature: Adam's fallen image. Because of this, even until today, man is a frail, flawed, and corruptible creature prone to sin, disease, and death. Modern man has a natural mind which cannot comprehend the things of the spirit. Modern man has a dead spirit of communication with his Creator.

In this gloomy scenario, is there any hope for man?

Yes, there is! GOD Himself worked a work for mankind which loosened the shackles which sin, disease, and death had on mankind. GOD took the form of a man (Jesus Christ), lived a sinless life, died on a cross, shed His blood as a payment for your sins, resurrected, and has since never stopped calling men unto Himself. Personally accepting this redemption work of GOD will allow GOD to place His Spirit inside a man [Colossians 2:8-15][Romans 8:9-11] and make him BORN-AGAIN [John 3:3]. As we speak, this is THE one critical decision which a man will need to make for himself during his lifetime. This decision will not only affect a man's present-day, but it will affect his eternity.

In conclusion, in light of man's hopeless natural condition, you can plainly see that man is NOT GOD. In essence, concerning this topic, man has three choices:

(1) A man may CLAIM to be GOD ( This statement makes him a LIAR )

(2) A man may THINK to be GOD ( This statement makes him DELUSIONAL )

(3) A man may choose to be BORN-AGAIN ( This statement makes him ONE WITH GOD )

Which option will you select for yourself?

Thanks for reading.

Concerned Citizen


answered 11 Jun '10, 18:52

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I think you will have not too much adepts; many people relished already the idea to be god.- - - On the end of paragraph 3 of your answer, you say: "both man and Creator are distinct beings". My hot question: IS GOD A BEING? Maybe an invisible, immaterial being, but A BEING, AN ENTITY? Maybe GOD IS A PERSONALIZED PHENOMENON? I know the concept "GOD is ALL", but it is too evazive.

(11 Jun '10, 21:50) Gleam

Hello, Gleam... I used the term 'distinct beings' in relation to man and his Creator in the general sense of the word. The word 'being' or 'entity' can be used in reference to anything that exists. However, more specifically, man is a CARNAL BEING [Romans 7:14], but GOD is a SPIRITUAL BEING [John 4:24]. Also, GOD cannot be a 'personalized phenomenon' because He is not relative. GOD is distinct because He is absolute [Isaiah 44:8]. If we each had a 'personalized phenomenon', from whom would spiritual authority come? Thankfully, there is only ONE GOD and ONE Bible. Thanks for reading.

(12 Jun '10, 01:58) Concerned Citizen

Thank you the explanation. Yen thereis only ONE GOD, at least for THIS infinite Universe. And He loves us, therefore He has feelings. Than, even if I cannot go with my thought too far in the infinite, insteed I feel from my heart that sometimes, this only ONE GOD, my SPIRITUAL CREATOR (and our), could have a loneliness feeling, into His ONENESS of ALL. Than humbly, just from my dust bit dimension and status, I send to the ONE GOD a very thin but strong ray of love. What do you think, it is a sin, a sin of daring?

(13 Jun '10, 00:00) Gleam

Hello, Gleam... Yes, GOD has feelings and He knows what you feel since He took the form of a man (Jesus Christ). However, as an absolute spiritual being, GOD is not lonely. He is perfect in unison, balance, and harmony lacking absolutely nothing [Acts 17:25]. Being GOD is totally self-sufficient. GOD wants you to have a personal relationship with Him through Jesus Christ [John 14:6]. Instead of just a 'thin strong ray of love', why not give GOD your WHOLE heart and ask for salvation through the blood of Jesus Christ?

(13 Jun '10, 01:55) Concerned Citizen

The 'love ray' is thin because my infinitesimal presence in the Universe, but for be enough strong to accede to needed vibrational highest of destination, it is engaged my heart in its wholeness, to what extent it can be actually. Thank very much the discution.

(13 Jun '10, 06:02) Gleam

Loved your answer and yes you are right except one little bit. Reborn Christians believe that theirs is the only way to reach God and I believe that it makes no differance what religion one belongs to for all human beings have a God right to God through the Holy Spirit. I love Jesus very much but Jesus the Divine God/Man come here to show us how it is done through Love.

(08 Oct '12, 07:02) Paulina 1

Jesus taught that if you live a honest, good and loving life and follow his example of life on earth that you too will be able to say I and my father are one for the holy spirit will descend upon you too irespective of what religion you are.

(08 Oct '12, 07:07) Paulina 1
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god is the father or mother (energy as no sex) we are child god! that is true!


answered 16 May '11, 07:55

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white tiger

True or False, I am God and you are God and we are all God?

The answer is both, true and false.


answered 19 Aug '12, 10:07

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Dollar Bill

False. The correct way of saying this is I am a god and you are a god and we are all gods. In times past, we have gotten in trouble for this egotistical remark. To much ego is bad as well as to much of anything is bad, recited in Ecclesiastes 7:16. This statement of godship holds true due to the fact that we are all fathered by or doctored by God. This is the gift of God and should be held very delicately by all of us.


answered 29 Jan '12, 12:15

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God is nothing more than a word than people use way too often. Look up God in the dictionary and there is a picture of a crutch, At least there should be. God is a way that people can give their life meaning by saying that they believe in something that others do. It gives them a reason to go to a church every Sunday and show off their new clothes and act like they are important.

Children are taught this crazy stuff when they are young and hopefully the educated ones will figure out the TRUTH and move on with their lives and not need the crutch of god anymore. Bravo to those.


answered 21 Sep '12, 15:44

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edited 04 Oct '12, 06:23


i do not go to the church,each sunday.the flesh is flesh and the spirit is spirit.and i do not have to believe in anything,the only thing i believe in is the truth. but has for the church,like in everything there is some good and some bad,try to be good that is how the bad go away. you have a rebelious spirit and are cought in judgement,why do you do what you hate?do you not know that they will do the same? then who can you blame? are you with out sin to cast that stone?

(04 Oct '12, 19:26) white tiger

god the alien, yes we are all acculturated from birth into what the society we are born into believes. after we can think on our own it becomes our responsibility to know what it is we do. he questions how far you have looked for the 'Truth', since it is not by chance that you exist in this earthlife today.

(05 Oct '12, 18:08) fred
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