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Comment by James Bertam Heaton on January 5, 2015 at 6:11am

  Thanks David all my best Brother and all my Pantheist bud's ! Living in the Oneness. Peace,.

Comment by Lisa Bostlund on December 31, 2014 at 9:15pm

Happy New Year

Antony Van der Mude..

Comment by Antony Van der Mude on December 31, 2014 at 7:11pm

Well, here it is, the turning of the year. In New Jersey, USA, it is only 3 hours to the year 2015. We are already past the Solstice and the days are getting longer. I wish all of you a wonderful new year. May this year be a journey of discovery and new insights for each of you. May the world continue on its own long arc and may we end this next near somewhat closer to justice (however you contemplate justice to mean), both for us humans and the world in which we inhabit. This is all we can ask, and what each of us should strive towards. Blessings to all of us and to all of existence.

Comment by Grahame Osborne on December 29, 2014 at 3:21am

Hi James, David,

I have found that all the answers that we look for can be found in the parallel examples nature and her laws provide for us, all we have to do is associate these parallels with the questions we need to answer.

The mistake we make is that we think we are above all this and get side tracked by our own misguided beliefs that end up being treated as fact instead pushing aside ignorance and striving to understand this miraculous existence and strive be as one with all things.

I hope you had a nice Christmas and I hope you have a good new year.

Comment by James Bertam Heaton on December 28, 2014 at 11:34am

Hi Dave, Thats what i am trying to say we all have that going one way or a nother.

Comment by David William Kiebert on December 26, 2014 at 11:16am

Hi James,

I agree that many humans seem to have a need or desire to believe in a "higher power". However, for me that power need not be anthropomorphic. For me the Omniverse, which I conceive to be temporily and spatially infinite, is sufficiently amazing and providential to be my higher power.

Comment by James Bertam Heaton on December 11, 2014 at 7:34am

 I am curious when we createe  thoughts can the actual thought be energy in it's self?

Comment by Grahame Osborne on December 10, 2014 at 11:12pm

Hello David The history of the religions is very interesting, I found great reading on this matter from Arthur Findlay's book The Curse of Ignorance.

David, Referring to the coming from the one and returning to the one, I am a person who acts like a visionary, who uses a concept but must find a logical fulfilment for that concept through observation and parallels observable in the immediate physical world by my senses that make it almost a definite that that is how it has to be to happen that way.

I expressed my thoughts on the origin of matter that to all intense and purposes is the same as most Physicists except that they are not all entirely decided wether this undetectable immeasurable Random Electromagnetic Energy that matter seems to be suspended in, really exists. My understanding as to where matter recycles back to is, that for it to return to random energy from whence it came it has to be re compressed from its decompressed state when it became matter. The only way I can find for this to happen is a place where there is huge gravitational attraction resulting in humongous pressures and assumed temperatures where matter returns back to random energy, and guess where that must be, yes the black holes. They have all the necessary characteristics to be the vacuum cleaners of space.

Seasons Greetings to you all,

Grahame

Comment by James Bertam Heaton on December 9, 2014 at 5:56pm

  Ps, I am not trying to make points for anyone teacher here or that we should or shouldn't celebrate anyone teacher or anyone Holyday. Just playing the devils advocate.

Comment by James Bertam Heaton on December 9, 2014 at 5:48pm

Yep, David, Peanuts and his Bud's got that right. But you know in the history of the evaluation  human consciousness ( if I have this right) it was this teacher that conceive the idea of loving ones neighbor as one loves him self. I think this teacher brought other concepts in to the human consciousness as well . Any way for me  I feel like  we do Lincoln , Washington, and we should do Einstein as well . Why not J,C, as well to ? It seems that as human Bings we like to think that there is something larger than just us in the universe. What do you thank about this David,?

 

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