Why God? or Why, god?


In language, we use sentence stoppers, symbols to indicate a pause in speech and thought, and variations of appearance to stress different kinds of importance.

If I ask the question, Why, God? I will hear nothing. If I ask a completely different question, why god? I will hear many different things.

I only lost a comma, and changed a big letter to a small letter.

It seems that lives have changed based on a comma and capitalization. If we capitalize god, like this: God, then that symbol means something different than this: god. If I forget a comma like I just did, and go on and on and on and on and so forth, my sentence doesn’t make sense.

Are we still so primitive that our species have not learned to allow for grammar mistakes? Are we still so primitive that we think why do we need a god, is the same as why, God? do we need you?

What are we doing?

Is god a Grammar error?

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