If I understand you correctly, you have felt love and you don't want to believe that people felt God.
Apparently you are not understanding Me correctly. I've heard that many people do feel what they think
is a god; however, that in itself is not sufficient evidence that a separate "god" entity exists. At the endocrinological and neurological level, I have little doubt that their sensations are real; however, I profoundly doubt that the sensations are pointing to a specific being outside their bodies.
Oh, and kindly stop telling people what they do or do not "want to believe," as you are simply not in a position to know that.
Could you imagine someone who never felt love?
Easily. I have a very vivid imagination.
Or remember yourself before you felt love? Did love exist for you then?
This goes back a long, long time, so I'd have to say no. Undoubtedly I benefited in early childhood from expressions of family members' love for Me, but I can't recall My first experience of love.
Would it be ok if someone told you that it is not love that people experience that it can be attributed to physiological/neurological processes or to social interactions? Hence love does not exist?
Your conclusion is a non sequitur
. Even if it's "only" physiological/neurological processes or social interactions, I'm clearly experiencing something
that I call love; therefore, for Me love does exist.
Your alleged god, however, does not generate any comparable processes for Me, and is only a hypothesis rather than something that I have experienced. Therefore, I see love as real and your god as unreal.
Oh, and why are you PMing members instead of debating them in-thread?