Lovers

Psychopathic lovers want you to believe they love you despite caring little for your own needs.

Parasitic lovers just want you to love them back so they can extract resource from you.

Typical lovers just want to love you and wish you knew how much they did.

Healthy lovers want to love you as long as you are loving them back equally.

True lovers place no demands on each other because they are already everything each other needs. They consume each other fully and vanish into one another.Therefore, the true lover doesn’t really exist. He disappears into his beloved and his beloved into him.

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Source

The source of all creation was loneliness because this is all there was before all that became.  Painful, frustrating, excruciating loneliness.  “I WISH TO BE!”  It wished to scream; if only it could wish.  Likewise, it is the void in every human that leads it to action. A constant quest to fill the same void that still lies within us.  You are no longer alone my friend. Be at peace.

Norms

Just as nature shows itself to be predisposed to an infinite variety of variations, the human frame can express an equal if not greater amount of spiritual, cultural and intellectual variation. In fact, were it not for cultural norms that have emerged through the pressures of time, humans would continue to diverge even further from each other, each with their own individual Gods, garments and gifts. Maybe even each with their own language. Because at the root of nature is division and multiplicity and humans are a phenomenal microcosmic expression of the universe.

Eliminate culture and social norms and behold how man will be bent in any direction his or her whims can exert on her soul, or worse yet by the whims of another. Social norms, therefore, are put in place to serve and preserve the integrity of the group, because absent these, humans would be predisposed to adopting divergent behaviors.

Therefore it is plain that chaos is the inevitable result of abject individualism while stifling and suffocating order on the opposite extreme is the result of abject totalitarianism. It is conclusive then that the most we can strive for is a system of ordered chaos that permits the freedom for each to pursue the dictates of their own conscience without the threat of being forcibly stifled by a neighbor wishing to impose their preference on others.

Build

What you busy yourself building is what you have decided to count on. Build a relationship and you will be able to count on your partner.  Build a family and you will be able to count on them for a lifetime.  Build a career and that will be your vessel for as long as it lasts.  What you busy yourself building when you have your strengths is what will sustain you when you have none left. Build wisely.

Level

We are as oblivious of the sentience of our soul as a video game character is of the user that plays it.  You are the avatar and as long as negative patterns continue to re-emerge in your life, you will continue to fight them until you learn what you’re supposed to in order to pass to the next level.

Cycles

Cycles of pain are your own doing and cycles of fulfillment those you surrender to.  If a cycle of suffering keeps manifesting itself to you then it is because you have something yet to be learned. Once it comes again be sure not to be stubborn! Pass the test, instead, and you will not need to repeat it.

Cycles of fulfillment are derived by surrendering to the cycles of nature.  The more you depart from nature’s cycles the less fulfillment there will be in your life.  A healthy person will sleep according to the earth’s rotation (every 1 day).  A healthy woman will offer the opportunity for life according to the moon’s orbit (every 28 days).  The raising of a healthy child and any long term venture must be in accordance with the sun (12 year increments).   Let your will flow within the timescale of nature and you will manifest anything your heart desires. And if you continue to desire suffering, then it is because there is something you are trying to learn or overcome about yourself.

Science

Every time you give something a name, you create a new identity. And every time you create a new identity, you further divide the world in the mind of humanity. True and good knowledge doesn’t come from books but from pristine sense perceptions. Therefore, all good science must devote the greater of its efforts to enhancing our sense perceptions such that conclusions can rest in the minds of every observer and not at the behest of publishers.

Religions

The religions of the world have been as giant sea vessels to the human enterprise. The seekers among us have chosen to sail among them in small vessels of our own, risking the elements for the benefit of exchange between all manner of people and the sharing of good and peaceful tidings.

Balance

Being one that gives but does not like receiving is not worthy of giving.
Being one that receives but does not like to give, is not worthy of receiving.

For only those that can give and receive with perfect ease and comfort, can it be said are in balance and worthy of each.

Fatherhood

Father’s help shape their son’s identities. At first, they present themselves as caregivers and protectors and therefore the child forms the identity of a dependent. Later, the father must bring the child with him to follow and shadow him in his work and therefore then the child forms the identity of an able and capable assistant. Later, the father must assign and delegate authority to the boy, so that in time the boy becomes a man. In this way, the father helps shape the identity of his son and in time must help shape the identity of a man into that of a father. Therefore, when your sons have children of their own, it is of utmost importance that you foster in them the identity of fatherhood so that the cycle of upbringing is complete. If you don’t attribute praise to your sons for their children, then you steal from them the identity of fatherhood, and your sons may fail to anchor themselves in their family and continue to wander in wonder, like a child.