posted on May, 5 2011 @ 11:32 PM
Sorry to post the poetry, but who mentioned the term "Tzadik?" Not sure if I spelled that term correctly, please excuse the haste. I'm not sure
about either, but my questions are related to "the state of being" as seen from an esoteric-origin. Always have thought of this as Zadok, but
Tzadik? Could be a historical parallel. I think of Jonathan account or the connotation the passages represent. Still learning, please bear with
I am sure that truth can be synthesized manifest ways upon infinity and still remain truth. It's not the truth that is incorrect, it is man's
assumptions which might be in error?. The many disciplines of thought should always yield to unbiased truth, hopefully.
When pondering the many religions, how would there ever be a reconciliation?
Well, there won't be. Every person, through free-will, will have to refine their "silver" in the fire, learning how to judge when the "silver"
will be "more-refined," or burnt-up. To even pursue this endeavor is to adopt acceptance of what is true, but does this stipulate a requirement to
be "enlightened," already?
Hopefully, this is where Grace will step-in, when human beings falter, and perhaps act as a "fail-safe?"
I'm not sure what future-times will hold, but there are so many things happening at the same time, how can surety be maintained without truth?
Providence is another as is Manifest Destiny; and to continually search for truth, is a noble effort. I'll keep an open-mind, otherwise I would not
be able to see, it seems.
The most common statistic is where we learn by epiphany. And blind faith when all you can see is the truth. The most ironic comedy is where truth
resides in the sublime and we never knew it; but we first felt it as a tragedy of polarities, which became tradition in those who wrote history.
Circumstances usually tend to force people to choose.