I think you should be striving with all of your might to be in communion with God instead of trying to explain God. I think words are inadequate and useless when it comes to the greatest mystery ever.
You come here and initiate the doctrinal fight from the Orthodox perspective and then complain about infighting?
How about responding to JMJ's question? You inserted yourself into the situation, do you not think you have a burden to respond?
I say it distinctly--there may be many excuses at the last day, good and bad, for not being Catholics; one I cannot conceive: "O Lord, the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception was so derogatory to Thy Grace, so inconsistent with Thy Passion, so at variance with Thy word in Genesis and the Apocalypse, so unlike the teaching of Thy first Saints and Martyrs, as to give me a right to reject it at all risks, and Thy Church for teaching it. It is a doctrine as to which my private judgment is fully justified in opposing the Church's judgment. And this is my plea for living and dying a Protestant". [just subtitute the word orthodox for protestant--it will still apply]