From the book of reality
- Category: ReneDescartes
- Created: Friday, 06 February 2009 01:00
- Written by ReneDescartes
From the book of reality. - Compiled by Rene' Descartes 2009
In today's world, there is "only a very thin veil between sublime and ridiculous, and even thinner between so called good and evil." The real judge of an action or thought is the motivation behind it.
If the motivation is self-seeking, self-gratifying, self-exalting, and selfish, then no matter how good the action or thought may appear, it will give strength to the forces of evil. If on the other hand, the motivation to an action is done in kindness, in love, in compassion, in caring, in helpfulness etc it will give strength to the forces of Good. The desire to do good, and to be good, is not the only problem man face, but it is to be good FOR SOMETHING, to be good with a purposefulness! Doing good for Good's sake; doing good because it brings contentment, it brings harmony, it brings peace, it brings associations that create in the hearts of the associates JOY and HOPE and the LONGING for the greater knowledge of the SOURCE of good and truth. So-called orthodox 'experts' are fighting for their very existence against a huge tide of truth. Scientific teaching across every discipline, including psychology and philosophy, starts from the false base that the mind and brain are the same, that death is the end of everything. This suits all the priests perfectly as it makes their supernatural absurdities the only alternative and it keeps their lucrative monopoly on the vast life after death industry. Keep the masses in ignorance is the name of the establishment game, just the same as it has been for thousands of years, wasting their time and life with useless traditions and rituals. The pathetic Danish Atheism is a perfect example of their success. All the religious disagreements and killing will stop when people find out they are only fighting over supernatural mythology invented by priests who knew nothing about cosmology. Their only asset is their gift of gab, and their well spoken and for ever repeated cliché sayings. The paradox is that the religionists are basically correct; we do possess a soul that separates from the dead physical body. It's the materialists who are desperately wrong, orthodox scientific teaching that starts from the false base that the mind and brain are the same - that death therefore is the end of everything. Your Conscious awareness and the learned intellectual scoop are not the same by any stretch. When you contemplate, ponder and wonder you use your consciousness, when you have learned what other people say and combine and massage it, you increase your intelligence. The very people who should have been enlightening the mob have been deceiving them. Why does nobody in Denmark ask any of the real pertinent Questions? Like -
What am I? Really? Not who, but what?
(Hvad er jeg, I virkeligheden? ikke hvem, men hvad?)
What am I doing here? Or what is my purpose for living?
(Hvorfor lever jeg, hvad er den virkilige grund til min existens?)
There are of course many more questions like these that need to be answered but try these for a start. These questions will make you contemplate, ponder and wonder, in other words make you THINK FOR YOUR SELF. And not regurgitating what you have learned from others. Many people with orthodox views will say that the answers can only be speculation or wishful thinking, which in reality only reflect their pathetic intellectual ignorance and their inability to think for themselves. And they are wrong. The answers are just waiting to be found by each individual. I found them.
I am conscious, therefore I am