posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 08:49 AM
right, we are put here to experience the physical, in all of its .. totality, good and bad.
we have lessons we need to learn as spiritual beings. we learn all of these tuff emotional lessons, lessons of judgement, lessons on how to live, why
to live, the meaning of life, and so forth. we experience suffering, diseases, injuries, emotional pain from loss, etc.
all of these good and bad things, they cause lessons to be learned. if an old man had time and ability to write down everything that occured in his
life, and gave it to his grandson, that grandson .. if he could understand all of that, which he likely wouldnt be able to, would have all the answers
right there. what im getting at is .. that book .. with all the lessons learned, that is like the spirit. so after the death of the flesh, are you not
extremely more intelligent, wise, humble, etc than you were when you were a 6 year old? then there was a time in the past that you did not know all
that which you currently know, correct? this you cannot deny. therefore progress has been made, and this is a fact. progress as a being, whether or
not you believe in God.
This progress is what we need to become worthy of the Kingdom. In a sense, it is like we are fallen angels, our spirits were unsuitable for the
spiritual realm because of some reason or another; most of the time i think its simply because we are new spirits, relatively, and have to go through
the crash course of how to interact with fellow equal beings in a form of society to learn the life long lessons. Whether we have to repeat the lives
via reincarnation until we get all the lessons I do not speculate on; that is more of a Buddhist theology.
Regardless, we live knowing much more than we did when we came, by far and undisputable. So if we do go to a Kingdom, we are prepared to act as Angels
among Angels. If it is more like we go back into the Oneness, we bring everything we learned back into the Oneness, like bees bringing pollen into the
Hive to create honey for the future babies and for advancement of the colony. The colony in this parable is God's creation. Society is bound by
Physics under God. Therefore, we can only advance at a natural rate within these confines. So we must progress as a learned society, becoming more
wise, more intelligent, creating more technology, but also advancing as loving beings to one another, in order to advance into a psuedo-utopian future
of sci-fi style things, just think of the population increase rate, we are already vastly overpopulated. So how are we going to be able to get along
well enough, as well as be smart enough, to make colonies on other planets, geoform other planets? Eventually itll be a necessity, that or .. the
killing off of most of the human race.
At the same time, the Oneness is experiencing all possible situations and events theoretically possible, again within the confines of Physics, that
could ever occur, based on the Creation and its' contents, and it does this through each and every consciousness, which ties into our unique free
will. Since we have free will, we can create our own unlimited number of scenarios. Now multiply that number of experiences by the number of people
who were ever born, and who will ever live, from the "beginning" until the "end" of the human race, and possibly other races on planets unknown.
If you could crunch those numbers, you'd have the equation to attain the total possible number of unique experiences that could ever possibly be
experienced, the God equation.
[edit on 6/10/2008 by runetang]