Life is too short for doubt. Whatever you doubt you either really want to do it, or you don’t. So do or don’t, and move on I say.
Dead spots in the life cycle. It’s pretty simple to see really. Life feeds on life though less so in this modern era, and as we have come to feed on synthetics instead of life, where has that lead us? Ingesting synthetics to kill life that threatens us, which also kill life that supports us.
ADHD? It’s connected to ADHD, chronic obesity, mental illness…
They are saying dyes in foods are a culprit for that. Yes, and this is because our food must not be seen to be dead. It has become unacceptable to embrace death or to believe that it is necessary.
But it has to be dead for us to eat it. It does have to be dead, and then we defile it after it gives its life for our needs.
Other cultures embrace death like Mexicans and Voodoo. Yes, they do, and they have much to teach us about life and actually living it.
Is Voodoo a type of necromancy? Voodoo is integrated with necromancy yes, but isn’t exclusively a form of necromancy. The dead are considered Loa in Voodoo. Loa are spirits that have the responsibility of guiding reality as a whole. They are the guardians of the world which was created by a great spirit who would move on after the great act of creation. In Voodoo, the creator isn’t available to hear messages, but it provided for the balance of everything, the preservation of everything. This is done by the Loa. In Voodoo, they don’t believe in evil spirits, just foolish intentions. Things that derail or interfere with the Loa. So in Voodoo, the idea that your Grandma is watching over you isn’t a silly but forgivable heresy. It’s a core part of their beliefs.
Even in death we have a job. It doesn’t sound like resting in peace. Can you really rest by doing nothing? Doing nothing would drive me up the wall.
Even when my body is still, my mind will drift but still be active. The activity of the dead is dreaming. They don’t experience physical exertion. What they do experience is a broader realm of experience, more things than their original flesh confined them to. They don’t experience struggle or strain.
So living online is kind of like being dead? It is, yes.
Your thoughts are welcome. Be well friends.