Is Human the best creature of God?
useful creature to help others
We human beings know a lot yet know little. Because language has evolved in our species to - I suspect - to the level of sophistication it is today, and because we learned how to record thought so it could be passed onto others, even across the generations, some of us think we're the 'ants pants' when it comes to being a God-made creature. We rule the earth! We don't rule well, unfortunately. You could even say we're a bit despotic.
We revel in our knowledge. Fair enough. We have a right to be proud. Just as long as we are not vain. We do know a lot, yet we know very little.
We don't understand and know the languages of birds, fish, insects or even other mammals. We might be able to generalize a bit, but we do not know how to communicate with the others species that share our planet.
We have discovered that our senses are limited. Our eyes, ears, sense of smell and taste and, most importantly, our sense of personal space, is limited by those senses. So our REALITY is only a part of something which is so limitless we cannot even get our minds around it. We have some ideas as to what goes on in certain limited ranges beyond our senses but not much.
One of our biggest problems is non-belief. If we can't see it, measure it, weigh it, et cetera, then it cannot be. It cannot exist. We used to say that about radio, and television and computers and... Until it is discovered or invented it cannot exist.
Of course we're not the 'best' as humans. We're still evolving. We haven't reached the end of the road in self-development and understanding. Of course there are other intelligent, sentient beings in this huge illimitable universe...maybe I should make that plural: illimitable universes. Common sense tells us there will be creatures not as advanced and more advanced. How could we possibly be the 'best' when we're still so primitive we can't even control our emotions?
But we are marvellous. We are grand. We are a part of God Herself, Himself, Its Self. As is everything and everyone and that would include those advanced creatures from planes beyond our ken. It is the God part of ourselves that enables us to ask such a question: "Are we the best?"...
Human does not exist. It is merely a concept that describes a body or an earthly weakness. Take away that concept and what's left? Pure energy. There is no creation. Everything that appears is an illusion that is bound to disappear. Energy can neither be created or destroyed. It simply is.
Well, humans are most evolved. The mineral plays its part in the same way as the plants and animals. So humans play a different role. Would you say that the scavenger is not as important as the Queen? If they all went on a very long vacation then we may have pestilence, plagues and death.
Humans are most evolved and the intuitive mind helps a great deal. A more evolved Soul (humans) has a sooner chance of re-uniting with its true Source.
I am sure the answer would be different in various religions/spiritual traditions, but the bible says "So God created mankind in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them." (Genesis 1:27). Most Christians would interpret that verse as meaning that humans were/are the best of God's creations.
That's what human beings believe. Perhaps donkeys would be believing they are the best creation of God!
God thinks so. That's why he created Homo sapiens. All other creatures were evolved.
Some of God's children fell from grace. They drank the ego kool-aid and fell into a long sleep. That's when the rescue mission started.
In fact, Homo sapiens are so important that God destroyed all land-based life on Earth in order to protect its genetic integrity. The Bible's Genesis 6 tells of a species called the "daughters of men" who corrupted God's way. With a new biblical interpretation, we now have a timeline compatible with those of mainstream science. And the new date of the Flood reveals through science the Flood's target -- a species which fits the description of the "daughters."
I describe this research in my new book, "The Bible's Hidden Wisdom, God's Reason for Noah's Flood."
by My Esoteric 7 years ago
If humans had never been created or evolved, would there still be a god?Assume all else remains as it is today. The only difference is it came to be this way without human beings or any other being capable of conceptualizing god having ever existed.
by Alexander A. Villarasa 4 years ago
Is man's appearance on earth just a random event, a happenstance conlgomeration of atoms/molecules?
by Cristale Adams 5 years ago
Why did God make humans?Why do you think he chose humans...out of dirt?
by Eng.M 9 years ago
was there for ever????????????
by boyatdelhi 7 years ago
If man evolved from monkeys and apes, why do we still have monkeys and apes?
by Alan 3 years ago
In other words, does the existence of "God" depend upon the mind of Man to support that existence?
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