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People don't understand that mundane philosophies are for the procreation of manifestation on the higher dimensions everything in creation comes feom the neutral position or point which is the center of creation and everything that manifest outards is from the forethought of the original aspect or monadic sentient being of the middle point

as in how a tree grows past is the roots of the future as are the roots of a tree the foundations to stop it blowing over in the wind

is the future stronger than the present is an ongoing question well flowers blow off a tree in the wind and branches snap off due to heavy winds but the roots always stay solid even if a tree has been cut down

people seem to think that nothing can be created by mind but I tell you now the very first essence of creation was created by a lonely child that became self aware of himself through imagination and forethought all of creation now flows from him not one galaxy but all

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  • Thoughtful post...a genuine understanding and appreciation for the harmony of nature's seeming prosaic banality requires patience, receptivity, and focus. Only then, can the deeper dimensions of life be perceived. Sadly, all three of the aformentioned qualities would appear to be lacking in our modern society...and so Spiritual reality, and nature's presence emanation of such, remain relegated the stuff of 'esoteric woo-woo' for what would be most among the masses. 

    In any event, the obvious is obvious enough;...moving along toward the more captivating layers regarding how Spirit manifests itself through the patterns, flows, and tides of nature, may be more enriching. For instance, the Tao Te Ching is able to detail these things impressively effectively given the handicaps of language as a medium. Though it be a shame one has to go back a text a few thousand years old to find an authoritative source of information that implicates experiential grasp of the relationship between Spirit,(The Tao) life, and nature:

    "As soon as beauty is known by the world as beautiful, it becomes ugly.
    As soon as virtue is being known as something good, it becomes evil.
    Therefore being and non-being give birth to each other.
    Difficult and easy accomplish each other.
    Long and short form each other.
    High and low distinguish each other.
    Sound and tone harmonize each other
    Before and after follow each other as a sequence.
    Realizing this, the saint performs effortlessly according to the natural Way without personal
    desire, and practices the wordless teaching thru one’s deeds.
    The saint inspires the vitality of all lives, without holding back.
    He nurtures all beings with no wish to take possession of.
    He devotes all his energy but has no intention to hold on to the merit.
    When success is achieved, he seeks no recognition.
    Because he does not claim for the credit, hence shall not lose it."

    "The Tao can be infused into the nature and put to use without being exhausted.
    It is so deep and subtle like an abyss that is the origin of all things.

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