Are we naked? Are you really naked? Who really is naked here?
If I were to put on a coat, I could say I put one on because I was cold. Makes sense. However, If I put on a coat, someone may ask "Are you cold?" I would have to honestly say "No". Why? Because I have a coat on. They would ask, "Why do you have a coat on?" and I would answer, "because I am cold". The REASON I put a coat on is because I am cold otherwise, but not cold now since I have a coat on. On the surface, that makes sense.
The truth is, the reason you are wearing clothes is because you would be or are naked. You are announcing to the world that you are naked and are ashamed and live in fear. You try to be fashionable about it, but that is fleeting and illusive, changing like the wind. Fear and shame is constant, unless you change that.
I often say "I am not naked, I'm in the image and likeness of God", speaking of the truth in Genesis where God said "Let us make man in our image and in our likeness". So God did just that.
When I am in my natural state, I am do not feel naked at all. When friends are over, and I am "nude", I do not feel naked. I just don't feel it as some do who are new with naturism. I am what the world would call, "Nude", but in my subjective reality, I am not naked, therefore I have no need of clothing (unless it's too cold). In God's objective reality, I am not naked because I am simply in God's image and likeness, as He said I was. I do not admit my state of being naked, therefore I do not see any reason to wear clothing. So the real ones who are naked are those who insist on wearing clothing at all times out of fear and shame by believing falsely that they are naked..
Again, I repeat:
"I am not naked, I'm in the image and likeness of God"