Our universe is a grand place. With this sun and all the stars that float in this absolute emptiness, all the spectacular planets and the planet that vibrates with life.
It's a magnificent platform for the 'spirit' to manifest itself - both physically and spiritually. Think of all the experiences that you have been having since the day one: the school bus awaiting, then the noisy ride to a room full of people, moving from there and suddenly you are eighteen years old.
There are a lot of possibilities if we change our perspectives: the way we see ourselves, and this planet.
Reserving something good for everyone to enjoy.
We have a lot to do together.
All our problems have their origins in the human consciousness - you won't find it anywhere else in the universe. We now have a desperate need to purify our consciousness if we are to build a happier and more prosperous century. There are precursors that indicate that humanity, on a whole, is leading towards a more unified conception of reality. Their 'home' has quickly expanded to unite the entire material existence into their awareness.
This need to continue.
"All our problems have their origins in the human consciousness"
You mean like exploding volcanoes? Asteroids wiping out all life? Hurricanes? Drought? Tsunamis?
My wife enjoys amusement parks, museums, seeing the rich and famous. The man-made things in other words.
I enjoy the mountains, forests, a clear stream, the Grand Canyon. The things made by nature, in other words.
Which is more important? Which should we preserve, and if it's nature, how do we preserve it while making it available to man?
We can't preserve the 'human consciousness'. Natural disasters are not evil.
I'm not following your jargon, I guess. There will be a "human consciousness" as long as there is one human alive - are you saying we are killing ourselves off and need more people on the planet?
Whatever will be, will be. I doubt there is much we can do about it.
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But more Buddhists?
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