I will say I worship nothing, and yet I love a lot more. Love is very simple. There is a process of affinity. A natural sense of connectedness to life and those we encounter. It varies a lot and we can deliberately engage it.
Are the spirits really inconsistent about anything? They live within their realms very consistently. Solid is agreement to stay at a certain state. The human inconsistent isn’t about humans having any programming, it’s more about them not knowing that they aren’t actually programmed. Human’s won’t actually claim their domain.
It’s not a matter of conscious agreement, is it? It’s the atoms following laws of nature. How does nature have any laws? How is it at all consistent?
Law in its semantically form. And what isn’t semantic? Why doesn’t matter shift amorphously?
Airplanes consistently don’t fall out of the air. Indeed, this is true. The question is why?
Gravity. What is gravity, and why is it? How is it we can perceive and make any intelligible sense of any of it?
Gravity is the curvature of space time due to mass. Ok, these are more human observations. Why is any of this intelligible to any of us? At any point?
I imagine it was conducive to our survival to not consistently walk off cliffs. This is like seeing a car and explaining how the mechanisms work. The real question is who is driving the car, and where is it going?
Why’s it got to be a conscious agent driving the car? Even science is reliant on the premise of a valid and viable dialectic. A reliable dialogue between observer and observed. More simply put, communication. Following the rules of science itself, we observe the structure that is supposedly the seat of human consciousness, and we cannot perceive or deduce how consciousness arises. Now science can’t leave this alone, because the phenomenon can’t be reduced. So if their observation is correct and the matter that makes a human brain is capable of being conscious, then it must naturally follow that all matter is capable, or humans are not conscious and our experience refutes that. The idea that some is conscious, and other is not, has some serious logic breaks.
We can argue all knowledge is subjective, and this is an example of spiritual darkness. That there is no substance or validity to consciousness, and no reason why all of these scientific laws are intelligible. They just are?
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.
“News Flash! Today, a young man on acid, realised that all matter is merely energy condensed to a slow vibration. That we are all one consciousness experiencing itself subjectively, there is no such thing as death, life is only a dream, and we are the imagination of ourselves. Here’s Tom with the weather!” ~ Bill Hicks(Bold, italicized text is input from One World class participants. Thank you!)