Religion is the expression of how man relates to himself, or more correctly, to his essential being; but he relates to his essential being as to another being. The Divine Being is nothing other than the being of man himself, or rather, the being of man abstracted from the limits of the individual man or the real, corporeal man, and objectified, i.e., contemplated and worshiped as another being, as a being distinguished from his own. All determinations of the Divine Being are, therefore, determinations of the being of man.
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Like God is just a manifestion or projection of the divinity in ourselves. We, as humans create that image to worship it.
Here is the whole article where this quote came from. It's kind of filled with big words and hard to comprehend. I had to read it like 3 times in order to get the jist of it, but I found it kind of an interesting point of view:
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