reply to post by tim3lord
What you call realism, I call a simple misunderstanding of the true state of affairs, however hard to grasp, this notion that for God all people are
alive in the spirit with nothing and no one forgotten. My parents have both passed on but they are still alive in the spirit, and in a sense since I
am also alive in spirit, live with me. We are just confused about what constitutes reality, and it would seem to me that most of the problems facing
humanity involve a completely misguided fear of death, when in truth, death has no meaning. I once spoke to an individual who, through the use of a
certain susbtance already in the human body and rapidly metabolized, that produces what might be thought of as a single neurological bose einstein
condensate, with the akashic field or the zero point field - about this very issue, and he's been there, done that, got the t-shirt as they say, and
in his new view (used to be an atheist and had materialist monist type POV prior to his experience), the human being is just a "node" on an
unfathomable BEING (call it "spirit of the universe" if you will), where the very notion of the termination of being, once you're in it, is utterly
absurd, and without any meaning whatsoever. I know it's not the way we were trained to think, but the argument I put forth, is sound, and reasonable,
however strange it may appear at first glance.
If this fear (over death, as an end to self) were to pass away, I wonder what would change for the human species..?
Maybe we'd just start killing each other even faster, without regard to death, like the bloodthirsty Mayans..? But I don't think so, no I think we
would come to see life as sacred, within the framework of its eternal presence, experienced here and now. If we entered into the KOH, I don't think
the impulse to hatred would be present, let along the desire to kill anyone or hurt anyone, it just wouldn't compute from that POV or frame of
Therefore, most people are crazy, not by any fault of their own, but for having formed one, singular assumption, about themelves and the apparent
nature of the world in which they are alive, although I purport that most people are already dead, walking zombies in a way, and they don't even know
it, because if they did, then they would be alive again, resurrected if you will, having life to the full unto overflowing, so to speak. Strangely,
people don't want to be alive or made alive again, because, ironically, they are afraid to die! It's absurd. Most of you are absurd, and I mean that
in a loving, playful way, to coax you out and into a game of real life.
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