TOLFA Segment 5 Question 4

The preceding Questions refer to some alleged attributes of God, but not to what He (or she, or it) is, precisely. So how exactly do you define "God"?

(You may want to ponder this question for a day and come back to Segment 5 after having done so. Write down your definition, make sure you have it right.)

It's arrogant to suppose that mere man could use words to describe the indescribable. The Question is improper.
I've tried, but can't do it.
It's impossible, and there can logically be no discussion about an entity one cannot define - let alone, a proof of his existence.
I have found a definition with which I'm content.

Make notes in your student notebook, then go back to Segment 5.