reply to post by Rapha
It sounds like you just described the Architect in the file The Matrix
Not really. The Architect, being human, was able to create a world ALMOST perfect...but his imperfect understanding of perfection prevented him from
successfully inventing a code to counteract the anomaly he described in his conversation with Neo.
The essential idea of that conversation was to portray the truth that we have struggled so long to deny: perfection is a state of perpetual
imperfection. No matter how you twist it, there will always be some imperfection by which to learn, so as to increase the understanding of existence
and all purposes therein. You cannot learn without correction, and so there must be something to correct. What's the point of living if you are unable
to learn? Such nature inevitably leads to servitude. There is only one output for every input, a system that is designed for taking orders rather than
thinking for oneself, which is completely inhuman in that freedom takes second fiddle to eternally answering another's call. If there is only
characteristic that is human, it's the desire for freedom - the desire to make our own choices, according to our own will.
And Neo, in the movie, made a perfect example of this desire when he choice to save Trinity instead of saving the city. And because he chose to obey
his own will, he was able to rearrange fate in such a manner that the virus (Mr. Smith) was destroyed. Mr. Smith sought perfection, and he was the
embodiment of the curse of such a quest - a quest that the human species, in this world, has been enthralled in for many years now. He was the face of
the truth - if you seek perfection, you will find only destruction, because perfection is inherently the loss of all that is impure. The only thing
that is pure is the building blocks of which we are made, and in order to master these building blocks, we must master the art of change. Change is
the ultimate salvation. Constance is the ultimate damnation. Eternity of servitude, an immortal power, is the ultimate doom. A shift in power is
salvation. That was the entire purpose of the Matrix trilogy, the entire message. That's why we have so much trouble, because we're afraid of
something that constantly changes. We are unable to accept the nature of this reality, and as such, we are unable to accept ourselves. And that's how
the modern "God" came into being, as a reflection of our inner struggle. But if we were to accept that nature, then we would see it. We would see that
change is the voice, the blueprint, of divinity.
And that is the nature of Source. Source - is - change. The universe is constructed of energy, and energy cannot exist unless it is moving. That's the
source of vibrations, which is measured in frequency, which determined the exact properties and interactions of all atomic matter and energetic tides
on every plane of existence. It is all energy, and energy requires motion, and motion necessitates change. Without change, there is no motion, which
means no energy, which means death. Why do you think the Spirit brings new life? It's not meant literally, although it can be. It's meant
figuratively. As long as there is motion on some level, there is no death.
So you could say that Source is life. And that is why I give such credence to ancient cultures - when they made mention of life, of light, this is
what they were talking about. Light. Life. Energy. Vibrations.
The Divine Principle.
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