Sperm exist for short periods and for each sperm there must be a spirit. Proof that beings are not created through carnal acts and that birth without impregnation is entirely possible as the being would aspire to be in the womb the same way that a spirit that manifests in sperm form can manifest inside a male body.
Male and female are not opposites merely different.
The first being or beings to give birth in the physical realm could not have come from another womb or wombs.
If beings do not aspire to manifest as so but want some kind of physical connection to some other being then to just aspire be in another being's womb would be the most straightforward way of doing it. This behaviour is in no way essential to anything eternal and is done entirely for the subjective desires of the individuals. All physical things have beginnings and endings and you cannot find truth within them. Truth is non-physical and has no beginning or ending. The physical world might inspire you but it does not have actual truth.
WITHOUT PHYSICAL ILLUSIONS ONLY ATTRACTION REMAINS
Attraction is truth. It is an abstract concept not based on physical illusions. Social reality is based on physical illusions.
Sperm are physical, they contain 23 chromosomes thanks to a biological process called meiosis, half the genetic material needed to create a fertilized embryo which can then divide until it becomes a fetus before ultimately being born.
At no point in your rambling did you even come close to establishing that there is such a thing as the non-physical or that anything non-physical can interact with the physical world.
Chemistry is what governs the interactions you're talking about, no supernatural forces required.
"Every sperm is sacred, every sperm is great,
If a sperm is wasted, God gets quite irate" - - Monty Python
What we learn in the very first paragraph:
1. Sperm exist for short periods.
2. (For) every single (teeny tiny) sperm (there) is one single (teeny tiny) spirit.
3. Initial creations do not come into existence through carnal acts.
4. Birth (of a being?) without impregnation (eggs / womb?) is possible. (?)
5. Beings desire to be in a womb.
6. Spirit(s) exist(s) in sperm FORM.
7. Spirit(s) (in sperm FORM) exist within the male body. (a being?)
8. Males and females are different, but not opposite.
9. The first being to give birth on the physical plane did not come from a womb.
10. When a being desires a physical connection to another being, settling into another being's womb is the easiest way of doing it.
A. This is not based on the infinite.
B. This is based on the subjective desires of the individual. (finite)
11. All tangible / concrete things (which begin and end) are not real.
A. Reality is infinite and cannot be found in the finite.
12. Since desires do not emanate from the material world, they are real.
13. Social construct is based on the material world and is not real.
Sperm = God / Spirit / Truth which is neither male nor female, beyond birth and death and not physical / material / concrete.
Q. If the material world is only temporarily real,
is it therefore a (physical) illusion?
If so, God is real, but what He creates is illusion.
Therefore, I am an illusion to myself.
Except for my awareness and my desires!
A confused totally idiosyncratic philosophy that won't catch on. I'd like to say "nice try" but its a seriius major fail. Perhaps "try again"?
You're right!At this very moment there are trillions of tiny sperm ghosts wandering the earth...and that's why Monty Python wrote this song
"Every sperm is sacred
Every sperm is great
When a sperm is wasted
God gets quite Irate!".
Why do you think sperm has a spirit and not stem cells, white blood cells or mitochondria--each of which is more complex, able to move around and make quite complex "decisions", and more autonomous and long-lived. Mitochondria may even have evolved from autonomous creatures.
The bigger question might be why the sperm has a spirit but not the egg?
Choose one or more:
This post was:
B. Ribald humor
C. Wishful thinking
My choices are B and C.
Oh, scientific for sure. We know that women do not have souls, from scientific research.
(Although, is a sperm with but an X chromosome male or female?)
Apparently, Mitochondria are smarter anyway.
Oh, sure. But not sure "smart" = "soul"; quite a few animals are smarter than quite a few people, yet no animal has a soul and even a fertilized (human) egg (without a brain at all) does. Or so we are told; no one has ever found a soul yet, whether in an adult or a fertilized egg.
Stop trying to make so much sense.
I will worship Mitrochondia if I so choose.
( Yes, despite the claims of Aaaaack! Tane.)
I met this girl...married her...She always referred to her soul guiding her when doing things.
"My soul is my essence and will guide me through life...and beyond" she would say...
So I asked her one day:
"How do you expect to get to heaven?"...I said.
She replied...AS SOUL!
So I said:"Well maybe I am but you Still haven't answered my Question have You!?
That's when I realized how cruel women can be...now I keep them at arms length and I wonder...is that far enough?...
Actually...We now have evidence that women Do have souls...(that's the good news)...The bad news is:
"Lots of people talking
Few of them know
The soul of a woman was created below"~Led Zeppelin~
If that's not scientific I don't know what is?
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