posted on Aug, 22 2012 @ 01:22 PM
Thanks OP for fearlessly sharing, the state of our emotions that many will never dare to admit, including the insignificant nobody me.
As a child, like some posters here, I have that ability to feel the emotions of another person and persons. It is no fun.
It begins with the eye and the body movements, no matter what they say, good or bad, real or lies. The eyes had long been touted as the window to the
Many a time, I had known who and what those persons I had the honor to come into contact with. Sadly...many a times, I knew...their betrayals.. But
being an idealistic youth, I thought...I may have the ability...to change them, and even myself, if I am wrong....but I many times, if not most, I
As a child, I was interested in books, and could often comprehend beyond what the authors, non-fiction or fiction, were writing about, what they truly
meant, better than my peers and get better academic ratings than any of them, even if that was not I ever wanted, being only a naive child.
The most ever painful episode I could ever experience was the end days of our Messiah, as a child whom had not even stepped into a church before.
Even though those autobiographers, the few of them, were rather clinical and conscise, I could feel every moment of our Messiah's arrest to the end,
right to his final cry to our Creator ' Why have You abandon me?'
Our Creator had not and never abandon him. Prior to his day before his arrest, he was praying for more time, to teach and save mankind. But our
Creator showed him why his mortal life in human skin shell would not be enough - 3 times he prayed that night and 3 times his disciples were found
sleeping even after his rebuke.
Truth was - mankind was not ready for the advance civilisational guides, more so with a new group beyond the jew mandate - the gentiles. It would take
time to grow and evolve. Our Creator was proven right as always, as today, we comprehend the teachings.
I felt for the good prophet Muhammad, and fortunately, he passed on in a peaceful sleep, having done his duty as ordained - to bring the barbaric
tribes of Arabia into civilisation, use the very means they could understand to give up on barbarism, to adopt other more softer engagements with
civilised states such as Persia and to other children of the book.
He left with no inheritors, nor appointed anyone, even though he had all the time to do so, and even forewarned that he was the last prophet, for his
mission was to wake up humanity in that sector on Earth to share,discuss, and debate as individuals but responsible for the civilisational progress
and evolution of a people.
When those divine personages left, it is only natural and unfortunate flawed mortals ruled, and took time for mankind to fully comprehend what those
teachings were meant.
My purpose of sharing this is not for 'religious' purposes, but that a true empath has that gift to put himself in another's shoes, and with
education and cross referencing of data, to ensure truths can be gleaned, can one thus form an informed opinion, NOT that he is right, but only to
present logically and rationally to others, to share, discuss and debate and find solutions to progress from the past into the future.....
Every effort counts, regardless if for whole humanity, or just one life, for each life changed for the better through comprehension of the motivations
and circumstances that led to the present, is important, as one is an exponential number.