reply to post by GargIndia
I apologize to you and I hope you take my arguments for its substance.
Our problem (including me) is this we expect a lot from others while not applying the same yardstick to self.
A strong human is who understands morals and applies to his/her own life. There is no meaning of saying anything if it is meant for others only.
Luckily I've been screwing up a lot. I don't expect anything much anymore. In my experience you need to do it yourself, and then you might end up
with people willing to help or assist.
The only rule I try to live by is, don't do to others, what you don't want others to do to you.
People don't give a damn about others unfortunately, but I don't have to answer for others.
I can only do things my way, and when I do care or help or assist, and I am given anything in return, I'm happy about it.
It means that people do know "we" because we helped each other out. We worked together.
Hardly anything will be done without some kind of self rewarding need though. Yet we all need something. right ?
I don't understand what you mean with this ?
There is no meaning of saying anything if it is meant for others only.
Things I say are meant to cause others to think or response... Nothing I say is meant for others to be taken as a command or something they need to do
On topic :
Just like I was speculating about the future of mankind, after we learned right from wrong and after we might have evolved into a peaceful being with
a newfound understanding of our place in nature.
If we might someday become what we can be, with all our virtues, and our godlike possibilities.
I'm not saying this will happen or is even possible at all. I do remember some texts from genesis where there is written that when we work together
as one, we can make our dreams come true.
That first time we were arrogant and our reasons were not righteous or something. All people ended up talking another language...
That time when mankind will unite and be as one, and rise to unimagined places, is a possibility that comes straight from a bible book. If it will
ever be, and more importantly... If our species will unite with a better set of values and reasons then in the ancient past, when they wanted to build
a tower to enter the heavens, wasn't it ?
That would be spectacular. Don't you think ?
I get even more exited by new scientific possibilities, from the latest technological equipment, used to study the human genome, and the differences
of all our ancestors where we found remains from, like Neanderthal for example...
Our genetic material is identified, and it is showing us step by step where and when our gene pool was different, and where and when new genetic
diversities developed, and mixed among other varieties, added to our genome...when it got isolated from us and when it ends up back with us along with
new mutations... With all the benefits that a highly variated genetic gene pool... Like immunity for disease and infections, adaptations that helped
us survive and so on...
Anyway... The evidence show us that when the first humans were walking around they started out as one species before they got isolated and evolved
separated from the original population.
Without making it way to complex... Our species, ( without assuming we are just the result of evolution, or that we are created by God )
We started out as one a time where all had to be able to understand each other, we got scattered around the globe, developed new languages and
cultural diversity where a point existed when the original population was reunited with these new and changed people after that they again spread the
globe reunited at some point at places around the world, and they spread again...
We... Mankind living today is the result of all these migrations, adaptations, mutations creating the genetic differences into a multiple hominid
species walking around for millennium until all species of human ended up back in our human genome.
Two gorilla's born on the same mountain show a bigger diversity then the diversity within our entire human species genetically speaking.
Not only does our genetic evidence show that our kind got spread and developed different languages and cultures then others, like is written in the
It also tells us that our current idea of how long people walked the Earth is way off.
What might explain some ancient stories about floods and giants... some good advice...
Because societies have been around before, and been destroyed too. The number of it will forever be a mystery, but we are sure about at least one.
Since there has to be one that was used for u number of stories, passed on throughout time...
If you are still reading...
I must add that most I wrote are nothing more then speculations and assumptions from just a few things.
Ancient stories written down in religious scriptures. Actual evidence new studies gave us.
Unlike sticking to a bundle of books we call the Bible. I see our history unraveling into possibilities and new found facts are remarkably compatible
with ancient stories, still around today.
Thinking about what might be won't get me in hell. It might cause me to be disappointed to learn I'm wrong, or even if God will show me how wrong I
can possibly be...
Why would it be impossible to forgive thinking about the unknown ?