To answer the person who started this thread: we must first come to the conclusion that God is not an anthropomorphic being sitting on a throne. God does not have human qualities other than those we have taken notice of, like the Ninety-Nine Best Names of God. To limit the size and power of God is indeed a great blasphemy for it imposes limits on that which can only be understood by few and is indeed beyond total comprehension even for those few who are blessed by an ascetic's life.
It is also important for us to remember death and what lies beyond as a means to keep our priorities straight; to remember The King, for it is hu that we must be in remembrance of; and to then put into practice these suggestions and commands. Regardless of what you do, how you live, where you are, you will die and return to the Earth after a process of decomposition. It is up to you to choose whether you want a just, upright, and honorable life which will move others and leave a mark upon not just souls, but the planet itself. Or one can choose a life of being indulgent to our lower selves, the nafs, which may not necessarily be amoral, but can offer little good beyond the possibilities which are entwined: infections, illness, early death, no love because you killed it for sexual lusts, and so on.