The physical realm is the manifestation of God's mind. The ideas that manifest in the physical world have non-physical origins and therefore even if their manifestations are damaged or destroyed they can be repaired/healed and can be remanifested. You cannot destroy a gene only the manifestation of it.
All physical things have beginnings and endings. Just because you can "save" someone's life does not mean you can stop it from eventually expiring. The overrated business of saving lives attracts a lot of beings who like that "one off" success feeling and large amounts of financial credit and personal services. They appear to be trying to convince you that they can do something that cannot be done.
THE IMPORTANCE OF STANDING BY AND DOING NOTHING.
God never "does" anything. God only thinks. To "do" something you are going to need resources are you not?
TO DWELL IN THE PHYSICAL WORLD IS JUST AN INFERIOR FORM OF THINKING
Is it even possible?
To have an expression in the physical world is not to actually be there.
TO HAVE A BETTER PRACTICE RATHER THAN "SAVING THINGS".
You cannot save anything that cannot be destroyed.
The words "do" or "done" reference the concept of finishing things. God can never finish creating the physical realm. To "do" is to exhaust, but to exhaust is not to destroy.
IMMEDIATE PHYSICAL REALITY
To forsee the inevitable expiration of a manifestion of God's creativity might compel some beings to the luxuries of indifference and physical indulgence.
But as you can remanifest and God's creations can be remanifested, you will feel lasting effects of these choices as eternal oblivion does not exist.
It is important to practise the art of avoiding manifestation expiration even when manifestation expiration seems inevitable as the better the practice in a current state will make it easier in another state of being.
Some may ask, "Why practice at all?"
John Lennon offers one reason. There are, of course, other reasons.
http://www.metrolyrics.com/yer-blues-ly … ennon.html
One could replace girl with God and thus practice physical reality.
One could be here now and thus practice physical reality.
One could love life and thus practice physical reality.
One could enjoy life and thus practice physical reality
One could love and thus experience life, here and elsewhere ...
As all is now.
- something like that. :-)
by Claire Evans 3 years ago
That's the typical Sam Harris argument. How does suffering negate God's existence? Maybe He's just watching. It doesn't mean He doesn't exist and for anyone to bring up suffering as proof of no God is indication of a logical fallacy.
by janesix 4 years ago
why God does the things he does,or doesn't dowhat is it?Doesn't necessarily mean it's a good answer, but at least one that makes SENSE
by Alexander A. Villarasa 4 years ago
Mahzarin Banaji, the Cabot Professor of Social Ethics, Dept. of Psychology at Harvard University forwarded his candidate for "the most deeply satisfying explanation" of human nature, the idea of bounded rationality. As he explains it :"The idea that human beings are smart...
by LewSethics 6 years ago
Believers minds would probably melt and they would turn into a useless mass of fawning glee.Sinners would poop themselves and try to be good, honest.Non-believers would not believe it. Would they?
by JeremysStuff 6 years ago
I had originally posted this as a question in the "Answers" section, but it was taken down because it "invoked a conversation rather than a Q&A.... So that's why I brought it here! I want you guys to sound off on what you think about this subject, does God exist? Why do / don't...
by Rod Martin Jr 5 years ago
Is God a nothing?Couldn't it be said that God is "no thing" -- not a physical construct or created object? If one posits a source of the universe (and logically existence of anything seems to demand a source) then this "nothing" could be the source of every "thing." In...
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