I am trying to find myself on this. Why do the written words of our faiths use a pronoun for the creator? I feel that we are all of one source, energy, or origin. That we were created (I'm not speaking strictly of our physical form), and do serve under an order of goodness and divinity, and of a universal rule. The more I read of the various religious books, the less difference I can find between them. They convey the same message, and to the same end. My only discourse is the personification of the weaver of our web, the creator of our cosmos, and the pool from which all life springs and ultimately returns. Have you ever tried to describe a color, or emotion with accuracy to someone unaware? Had they not seen nor felt, it is merely conjecture. And if they had seen or felt, the message would still be limited by feeble mind or untrained tongue. If you are on this site, then you feel something. The question is, not what, but how do you feel? I'd venture we are not so different regardless of the symbols that adorn our books.