We are 93,000,000 miles from the Sun. 5 million closer we'd burn, 5 million farther we'd freeze. We have 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night. If we rotated faster or slower it would be too hot or cold for too long. We have an atmosphere of 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen. If it was 50/50 a lightning strike would torch the whole place. Our earth's axis of 23 degrees has our poles perfectly balanced for sustainable life as Humans. Our solar system is precisely balanced for life as we know it. How are you part of that balance? Have you figured it out yet? Have you figured YOU out yet? All creation follows the precision of the magnificent balance of infinite oneness. You are a part of that balance and magnificence. Dr. Mike
universal laws are both simple, and immutable. it is FUNNY to see all your interpretations of what you thought i said that reflects your own "charges". (one sided view points) bottom line? this was a point of reference question. fact-all of the universe is made from the same thing-"frozen light". light waves all resonating at varying frequencies. should you choose to put this in the box of "science" i think you are missing the big picture perhaps? i could be wrong, maybe i'm thinking beyond huge picture. btw, i do appreciate your answser above compared to the first bit you spouted out. all light, all creation, looks like this at some point: http://icanmastermoney.com/quantum.swf that single "light wave" will always have an equal positive peak and negative trough instaneously complimentary balanced. there's that word, balance-all of our inviverse has it-it simply is a matter of recognizing what form it is in-the "One", or the Many". more universal law my friend. Dr. Mike
was issuing points of reference. when someone says "creationism" i'm not exactly sure what the heck they are talking about? merely showing to most who do not see themselves in the Grand Organized Designer's creation. how do you "seperate yourself form yourself"? you cannot.
1st law of thermodynamics in physics-energy and matter cannot be created nor destroyed, they can ONLY change form. all there is then is TRANSFORMATION. btw,
all this is in scripture if that is your basis for truth and life too. Dr. Mike
of course i have had help along the way myself, glad to be of service! i too am a person driven by fun. at 3 years old i knew i was a "spiritual being" having a human experience, and thus, dedicated the rest of my life to having as much fun as possible while attached to a human body-at 3 it made sense to me anyway. still commited!
have you hugged your charge today? i'm happy to provide that for you, to allow you to see that parts of yourself you are currently disowning. it's all love brother. God is love, God is light, EVERYTHING is made of light! dr. mike
That's fine. I was only pointing out how arbitrary it is to use the argument that one thing can't have "always been" but another thing can.
Especially since you don't HAVE to have a right answer. Why close your mind is all?
"I know the answer because I read it in an old book. I'm not listening to anything else ever, no matter what. Nothing anyone says mattered before or after they wrote that book 2000 years ago. Only that one book." Then stuff the fingers in the ears and go "Nananananananananananana I can't hear you." Just doesn't seem rational to me.
great questions......for sure! when you go back to energy and matter cannot be created nor destroyed, they only change form. how are we not part of everything that ever is, was , or will be? excluding linear time as well. love, what is it? i called it power. it is likely everything, manifest and not. most humans have more than a small view of themselves, microscopic and seperate and alone. nothing could be further from the truth me thinks. when you are able to "dissolve your charges" or equilibrate yourself or perspective, you will see both sides of a person or event and utter the words "thank you, i love you". for you to do this would take work-the result of that breakthrough? life-changing for sure-being teachable is necessary. thanks for the input and trying to push my buttons-won't happen my friend. what i mean is, recently, my "FRIEND" who i'd invested large with for over a decade stole just under ten million from me-170 million total from all the investors. i had to thank him for the lessons and the "other side" of that event-if we get to know each other, i will gladly tell you. i did not "forgive him", i went way past that-he also cost me a home that was paid for as he needed a 1/2 million for a new project and i took a loan on a million dollar paid for house-my kids home they grew up in-again, much more to tell, but you get the idea. dr. mike
Well, that doesn't make any sense beyond the "love conquers all" sort of thing. Which is fine, and in certain human afairs can work out. But as a reply to my questions regarding your orginal statement, it does nothing to address the concept of "power of wisdom unlocking the power of the universe." I might give you that you hit something more like the power of forgiveness gives you some inner tranquility, but that's pretty standard psychology and falls pretty far short of any universe opening, physics defying wonder power. I am happy you have the answers though. I do, in a way, sort of envy people who have everything, at least the big life-confounding questions, figured out. It would be nice to be able to just kick back and go, "Yup, got er all handled on the universe side. Just need to get me a way out of taxes and traffic and I'm all set."
learning the law of the one and the many, and the first law in thermodynamics was what i was referring to.
traffic is also not too hard. challenge on all radar, when was the last testing done for them, the equipment, you can call in a 3rd party expert to force them to give a deposition to validate the athenticity of radar.
going beyond sight and sound are lofty goals for sure, guess we will know you are there when you are not here. i am not sure this life actually has limitations to it yet. quite a bit of beauty here too, of course, that is in the eyes of the beholder.....
?? i thought i was asing a question, didn't know i was arguing?? please explain if you will be so kind? i do appreciate your ending of your mis statement, everything IS perfect right now for what it is as it is. if you know this, great for you! dr. mike
This planet is the way it is because it couldn't be another way given the circumstances around it. I am here because of the things that came before that made it so that me not being here was not what happened.
Purpose is either self-actualized, imposed or illusion, and I don't believe we have any way of knowing which if we are being honest. If it is truly imposed (by a God or something) then we have no control over it as we are just tools. If we do have control over it, then it is self-actualized and requires free will to be real, which it may be, but have no way of verifying it. We can't know because we have no way to tell if our "will" is really free or just the continuing expansion of the reactions set in motion by the Big Bang (or whatever magical/supernatural event any given religion chooses to insert in the place of it) and only seems like it's real.
agreed for sure! whether bang theorists, religious adam evers, alienists, evolovultionists, we have all started from some origination which means we are all from "some creation". brothers and sisters. which are subject to universal laws. i can think of two that never change and that most other laws stem from. the first law of thermodynamics that energy and matter cannot be created nor detsroyed, they can only change form, and the law of the one and the many.
what is fun for me in life, is figuring out simply what form things are in! we have been able to change many peoples lives who thought something was "missing". it was simply in forms they did not recognize is all. everything is present and nothing is missing.
And God blessed them, and God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth and subdue it; and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth." 29
No, you wrote destroy. A word that almost means the complete opposite of what I wrote. Speak for yourself, not for me. Since you're on a writing website here's a link to Websters, it may help you with some of your definition problems:
I can only see a few things that could be a hint of part of my purpose. Other than that, though, for me it's more a matter of having outgrown the need to figure out a "main purpose". My main purpose now is to try to fend off old age for as long as I can.
understood-another way of asking might have been, does the life you living have a definitive purpose to it? it is fun to watch everyone take a simple, harmless, easy question and become so "charged" up about it. i have enjoyed the responses. what i also know to be true? all the flack i get tossed my way is simply parts of people they have not loved about themselves. so all the hating on me is not taken personally whatsoever. besides, i learned a long time ago, what others think of me is none of my business. since i know anything someone doesn't like, is only a miror to themselves. all of you are one of a kind magnificent creations of creation. Namaste-, "the divinity in me, salutes and recognizes the divinity in you".
In fairness to the subject of the thread (and in spite of my joke above), I don't think it's necessarily psycho-babble. There is a "oneness" to everything, and it's interesting and sometimes mind-boggling, etc. Having said that, though, once a person sees how there's that "oneness" and thinks, "Hey - that's neat!" there's also often the other part to someone's life that involves things like, "...well, it's neat; but I have a grocery list to write" or "...but I have bills to pay." So, there's only so much thinking about "oneness" a lot of people end up doing. I don't know... Sometimes there can be more joy and a sense of wholeness in seeing what is unique and separate, for all the oneness, about us and everyone/everything else in the world.
what you are talking about the infinite oneness to grocery lists are simply values. we all have a unique value system that will not ever change. the 7 areas of life are:
family, physical, financial, social, spiritual, mental, vocational. in no
particular order. our childhood "voids" (what we thought was missing) determines our values. most people do not even know what their "hierarchy of values" is. (from most important to least important) to then know "who they are", relative to the infinte oneness.
Ya I know what purpose I have in my life in my heart ! You said everything about the distance, OK, but do you know how much far away you are from your heart to your brain? Mind=Heart stays in the human brain , the distance is 0KM. But does everyone follow his mind?
POR. those were simply points of reference relative to magnificent creation, of which i am suggesting YOU are a big part of. very significant. most humans i have met do not have a clue as to their importance.
i get it, you are expressing your unique value system too. we all have one. designed by the way, in a grand fashion that is organized.
no matter what you have done or not done, no matter who you are or who you are not, no matter what you become or do not become, you are worthy of love.
I'm back at the doctors/need a pick me up for me friend Willie
To be, or not to be--that is the question: Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune Or to take arms against a sea of troubles And by opposing end them. To die, to sleep-- No more--and by a sleep to say we end The heartache, and the thousand natural shocks That flesh is heir to. 'Tis a consummation Devoutly to be wished. To die, to sleep-- To sleep--perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub, For in that sleep of death what dreams may come When we have shuffled off this mortal coil, Must give us pause. There's the respect That makes calamity of so long life. For who would bear the whips and scorns of time, Th' oppressor's wrong, the proud man's contumely The pangs of despised love, the law's delay, The insolence of office, and the spurns That patient merit of th' unworthy takes, When he himself might his quietus make With a bare bodkin? Who would fardels bear, To grunt and sweat under a weary life, But that the dread of something after death, The undiscovered country, from whose bourn No traveller returns, puzzles the will, And makes us rather bear those ills we have Than fly to others that we know not of? Thus conscience does make cowards of us all, And thus the native hue of resolution Is sicklied o'er with the pale cast of thought, And enterprise of great pitch and moment With this regard their currents turn awry And lose the name of action
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