posted on Nov, 27 2012 @ 11:40 PM
reply to post by winofiend
We're not god. We're not gods. We're no where near what we consider a god to be.
Speak for yourself, while I accept that I am not a God, I see that our basic design is to aspire to at least be semi gods (depending on whatever
definition one accepts as god). In any case I prefer to think that I am part of a God, that we and all that exists is God itself, I do not require to
understand the purpose of all but there is inescapable beauty and order in the chaos of our reality that can not be dismissed. The simple fact that
life exists at all in a universe capable of supporting it, an to our understanding emerged of a randomness of chances is sufficient to create in me a
awe and hope of a greater design, even if I accept and do not require it to be a personal design not even specially centered on humans.
the 3D reality we perceive is simply the end result of many levels of reality far more complex.
We perceive more than 3 dimensions, the forth being time and a proposition that the fifth is thought itself or at least emotions. I exist in space and
time with a specific transient mindset.
I don't think we need an ethereal spirit to achieve it though.
I agree with that, ethereal spirits creates too much complexity to be compatible to the simplicity that prevails around us, however in my mind I see
us (living beings, part of a possible God) as sensors, biological machines experiencing this reality. In this I can fully accept as a possibility the
immortality of our experiences but not our individuality.
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