I love movies that are realistic. Portraying life like it is – whether it is pleasant or not. “Seven” strikes me as such a movie, though it’s been years since I’ve seen it. One striking example is the ‘sloth’ character. That apartment is pure filth – stuff everywhere and chaos and ruin.
I was thinking about what it must be like for God to know everything. Naturally (pun intended), we cannot imagine what it would be like. The one thing I was considering, however, was that omniscience isn’t mere knowledge of any/all ‘facts’. It’s a more holistic kind of knowledge that qualitatively sees ‘value’ or the lack of it.
It must be amazing, breathtaking, funny, sad and angering to ‘see’ literally everything – every motivation behind every thought or deed. Being able to see past our clever cloaking devices that attempt to fool others and ourselves… Radiant and wretched human nature.