Life is miracle, not a divine one. What is divine is now, now is a miracle. The illusion is that "I" is part of it. "I" is not reality, it is an extension of perception. "I" is how we relate to a world that is imagined by the brain. In quantum physics, it is a multi-dimensional universe of action and reaction and now is a manifestation of this reality. All things are of now but we are trapped into the world by perception and we do not see the truth. The truth is that there are many dimensions in this universe and each one is a manifestation of observation. If we are able to cut through the illusion of the mind, we ultimately are comfortable with the system as it is.
It is a system of eating, defacating and dying. Black holes eat, fish eat and the earth eats. I guess that makes a volcanoe one of earth's many anuses. All joking aside. This reality is what it is and we are part of the system, whether we like it or not.
by SparklingJewel7 years ago
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by Rod Martin Jr3 years ago
Love really is the answer.When we take 100% responsibility for everything that happens to us, we take the perpetrator's viewpoint, too. We can no longer be a victim. I first felt this transcendent feeling in 1977, when...
by cjhunsinger23 months ago
Ayn Rand was a Russian immigrant, a proclaimed American, adamantly Atheistic, a devote Capitalist, an accomplished writer and, in my estimation, one of the more astute observers of the human character and too, the human...
by Alexander A. Villarasa17 months ago
Unlike the song with the same title, my question is not a rhetorical one.If we are to believe the naturalist's view, then miracles are absolutely non-existent, because from their philosophical perspective,...
by TruthDebater6 years ago
The common idea in common physics is that reality is not there until we observe it there. Everything is in a superposition until observed and the waves collapse to make the object observational. My question is: We are...
by marinealways246 years ago
Which Is More Limiting to the Mind? Faith or no faith?
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