I like Phillip K. Dick's "fictionalizing philosopher" concept in regards to the way I enjoy expressing the images, feelings, and ideas that swim
through my mind. With that in mind, I thought others might enjoy this anthropomorphizing of the "logos" behind the initial steps that could have
created the concept of "The Trinity".
Tongue firmly planted in cheek... but with a wink.
So imagine the point of infinite one-aware-ness.
"Gosh... I sure do enjoy giving myself pleasure... but you know what sounds interesting? Someone else different from me to give pleasure to, and give
*poof* Other Self!
"Oh... you are MYSTERIOUS!... You are like everything I'm not... let's hump!"
"I sure do love the new ways we can give each other pleasure, but since I know you are the perfect opposite of me... I also view this the same as
giving myself pleasure because I can predict what will happen next."
"You know what sounds interesting? Let's secretly pick a tiny random part of ourselves to remove (and forget about) so we aren't *exactly* perfectly
matched and thus can't perfectly predict every moment of our experience."
*poof* Baby Self!
*near infinite cry out for help due to the pain of being so insignificant*
"Oh... crap... what do we do?"
And thus The Trinity creating life as we know it as the new parents were suddenly faced with something that they couldn't understand... but also
couldn't communicate with or predict. They were unexpectedly caught up in being "forced" to work together to figure out what is missing from both of
them to understand the new little thing they created. Unfortunately they still haven't figured it out yet even after creating almost 7 billion of
us... on Earth alone... as Humans... existing just "Today". But we do owe our existence and life to this "Tao" that had the original thought.
An alternative ending is one where they split into perfect thirds... and are suddenly faced for the first time with the concept of "Choice". Once they
choose who to hump (they had never experienced the choice of "two" at a time before)... one of them is inevitably left out of the pleasure thus
creating the first pain of separation. Thus the inevitable evolution to stabilize this first shafting/confusion... by learning to love equally while
also respecting different choices in each moment. The first three didn't resolve it before it EXPLODED into a massive DRAMA we call the Universe where
all of us are helping them figure it out.
And thus why we have Soap Operas as the longest running stories in human history.
edit on 24-8-2011 by ErgoTheConfusion because: (no reason given)