The Talmud instructs us: "Greet each person with a friendly smile" (Avot ).
When you smile to someone, the recipient of your smile gains, and you increase the number of your friends.
So the Torah describes God in familiar terms, in order that we should grasp aspects of God's character.
For example, we can appreciate that God has the power of communication (mouth), the trait of kindness (right hand), etc.
Humans are like God in the sense that we have free will.
Free will does not mean picking chocolate over vanilla.
This is a very deep subject and is the basis of volumes of Kabbalistic work.
As for the specific verse you cited in Genesis, what does it mean to be "in the image of God"?Our members are able to contact thousands of real and beautiful women looking for love and marriage.Your incoming and outgoing messages are saved at our server.is not only a grievous sin, but actually defiles our speech, thus devaluating the words we utter in prayer and Torah study.Just think how revolting it would be if someone served you the finest delicacies in filthy utensils!He is likely to smile back and this will increase your own positive feelings. Who would be so foolish as not to desire life and days to see good?