Try to be fair, when you seek GodHe travels to many lands to worship God. Once during a journey, he purchased the form of a deity. But when he goes to the room and tries to put it in the bag, it is too big. He quickly went back to the shop and bought a little smaller one. When you try to put it in a bag, its bottom is wider. Went back to the shop and bought another one. But its sides are sharp. The sharp sides were cut with a knife and polished so that the bag would not be damaged. Thus he began the return journey with the statue that fits into the bag.
Some people find rearranging anything for their convenience as a hobby. Even God has no escape from it. But when the definitions and significance given to God are meant to protect selfishness, there is ugliness and meaninglessness. Some change Ishwar daily according to mystical interests. Some misinterpret his will as the will of God.
Gods of all sizes and weights are available everywhere. But the desire to measure and follow at least one God is not manifested in anyone.
Ishwar will be accessible to all if we try to renew ourselves without trying to cut and polish God.