Originally posted by Lichter daraus
I believe if everything was perfect there would be nothing.
The very notion of perfection very closely parallels the idea of anti-gravity. That is, in order for perfection, that of which is perfect must exist
free of influence because any said influence would change or alter any state of perfection. As well, the said perfection would also act independent of
surrounding chaos, in turn, removing the notion of having the ability to influence anything outside of this perfection. If this wasn't so, the loss
of any sustenance, which becomes the acting agent results in changing any said state of perfection. All of which seemingly contradicts plausibility
As well, there is an entire equilibrium, mass, time, and movement aspect that is to be addressed, that quickly defends any stance that suggest that
perfection is indeed not obtainable nor ever in existence.
So after this ramblings...
Yes, I agree 100% with the notion that nothing would exist if everything was perfect. Perfection does not allow for existence, considering the
elimation of acting bodies with the ability to influence one another. Which goes to remove such aspects as dualism, polarity, movement, expansion,
fluidity, and countless others from the universe.
I've always pondered the idea, that if everything was perfect... the universe would be one giant cuboctahedron crystal.
btw, I love the very premise behind this thread and the question... it's a good one.
Interestingly enough, I just purchased the domain www .kos 2 order. com, and KOS stands for Knowledge Of Self. Which will have the mission statement
From the Knowledge of Self we obtain the ability to find order from chaos into our understandings of our role in the universe. Further allowing for
the truths of our existence as being the basis in which we govern our relationships with one another and the universe alike. Bringing awareness of
the governing patterns of creation and time, in order to promote decisions and/or actions that are conducive towards the success and prosperity of
The site is still in construction, and will most likely be launched sometime around the end of the month.
To answer the question of the OP, no... man would not exist without chaos. For it is chaos that seemingly allows creation continuum. Although that is
not to suggest ruling out the plausibility of the driving force behind expansion and chaos dissipating into matter.
ah, the rabbit hole.... I want out!