posted on Aug, 18 2011 @ 08:21 PM
Yeah that's right. Life is perfect.
Hold on a second before you reply, Christians, saying "Only Jesus was perfect". Jesus himself said that we would go on to do greater things than he
did (John 14:12). But that's beside the point.
If you believe in God, do you really think that he would or could create something that wasn't perfect? Probably not.
The only reason people don't see the perfection at hand is because they aren't looking at it. We don't believe in it. As humans, we think we have
to change things, especially to suit our desires. But this is just our way of telling God that he didn't do a good job creating the universe. And
we dwell in this belief and accept it.
Everything really is in order. Here's a good thread I wrote that might could help you understand a little bit.
Everything is in order. The human brain is free to perceive the perfection however it wants. More often than not, it chooses to perceive the
perfection as something that isn't perfect. That's the only reason we have been led to believe that it is imperfect.
We constantly run around participating in materialistic practices and we are unaware of the consequences. We don't realize we're contributing to
the belief that this universe needs to be altered to suit our needs. It really doesn't.
When you try to change something that is perfect, you can only wind up with something that is imperfect. Nature is beautiful just the way it is.
Sorry if this post seems shallow, I've been drinking.
I meant to post this before I started drinking, and it would have flowed better. Oh well.